Windows 2000 No Paging File Error
The prompt >directs me to change the page file size and then click on >the ok button of the prompt. > >while the propmt is up no contents on my desktop by Trigger157 / June 8, 2006 9:01 AM PDT In reply to: ''Your system has no paging file" SOLUTION! You weren't senior in your first steps either. Anyway the problem might have to do with bad hardware/corrupted drivers....have you tryed to reinstall xp and have you installed service pack1 for xp? #18 Booter, Feb 8, 2003 John have a peek here
Then the partition is formatted FAT (16/32). All Rights Reserved. Now when I enter the password a screen comes up and saysYour system has no paging file, or the paging file is too small. The prompt directs me to change the page file size and then click on the ok button of the prompt.
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Any work arounds > >Note : i saw http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=257758 but >it does not help me >. > Linh, Oct 22, 2003 #3 Guest Some possibilities (in no particular order): It Ps. New Posts Why were the defendants found not guilty in the Oregon Standoff Trial?
Ask a new question Read More Active Directory Windows Related Resources Paging file resets on reboot Paging file corruption - can't log in Windows 2000 take too long for login screen I took another computer (windows xp) and logged in as a user other than the one logged into windows 2000 (dead) machine (for both of my computers i have the same Put a blank space where you set the page file and then reboot. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/w2k-pagefile-error-after-partition-cloning-from-old-harddisk-with-norton-ghost.7653/ The prompt directs me to change the page file size and then click on the ok button of the prompt.
So unless you realy need the ram or someone knows how to fix this, I have reccomend going with the minimum amount of ram you actualy need. #21 elkinm, Feb Generally if the amount of pf space reserved is less than your physical memory, your not paging.Click to expand... I had to restart twice, but I got my W2K hard drive back. At least C: will be the booting drive and Microshaft Windows will be able to locate the pagefile.sys.
Database administrator? https://support.microsoft.com/it-it/kb/315270 GRAZIE MILLE E UN BUON ANNO 2006 (happy new year 2006). I think I may try and copy a pagefile.sys file from another machine over to this one and see what happens. Check out this thread for instructions on how to perform a system repair: http://www.techspot.com/vb/showthread.php?s=&threadid=8356 Nov 23, 2003 #10 adigh TS Rookie This will work Resolution Steps: After some research I
So, how could half the pagefile be in use if there isn't one? navigate here When multiple questions from multiple members are being asked and answered within a single thread, it can quickly become difficult to discern exactly which answers relate ot which question. Siberian 1 848 posts since Jan 2008 Community Member More Recommended Articles About Us Contact Us Donate Advertising Vendor Program Terms of Service Newsletter Archive Community Forums Recent Articles © 2002 We can't get to My computer and when we try to boot from a boot diskette it doesn't work either.
I imagine if you clone or copy your partition live (while booted) that this will still work without shutting down. About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. The problem I had was that the FDISK /MBR solution doesn't work for me because I use a partition boot manager to boot multiple partitions. Check This Out I had the same exact problem you did, when you described the issue using Norton Ghost and a 2nd harddrive.
Same in safe mode. This operation boots up DOS and runs Ghost. But, if- After restart, an Alert like "Total paging file is low or no existent","Paging file has been set to 20MB", or "a temporary pagefile has been created".
In article <366501c3987a$44668f70$>, <> wrote: |I get the error "your system has no page file, or page |file too small" when starting up win2k pro.
Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's ampedforayFeb 28, 2010, 8:05 AM GrizzledGeezer said: More info...Last night I booted from a W95 startup floppy (from http://freepctech.com/pc/002/files010.shtml), and ran FDISK /MBR. Start >Settings >Control Panel > Folder Options >View[tab] >check Show "Hidden File and Folders" >uncheck "Hide file extensions of known file types" >uncheck "Hide protected operating system files" Now let's create My backup HDD is a mirror copy of my main HDD, so it has the same partitioning.
I do see it on two of my other machines so I know where to look for it. Here's what we gonna do: Give the "System" account (NT Authority) full control of the %SystemDrive% (and the drive where pagefile is located) (In my case the %SystemDrive% is the %SystemRoot% tonight. this contact form If it doesn't go to the "DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE" BSOD it hangs at the blue "Windows is shutting down..." screen.
by golfmobile / June 8, 2006 7:24 PM PDT In reply to: ''Your system has no paging file" SOLUTION! Some of these are guarranteed wrong, because I want to taunt out the correct answer. After this, reboot your box and set your page file again. When I click on OK, the login screen comes up again, and then the massage.
I was having the exact same problem, and was on the verge of tears. You may have to give the full path to these, if your environment is not set correctly. I think it took me three solid days of reinstalling, googling etc to figure it out, and I couldn't find a solution anywhere on the internet. JSI Tip 6272. 'The new task has been created, but may not run because the account information could not be set.
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