Diagnosing hardware problems can be accomplished with one of the many hardware burn-in suites/tools you can find on the net. Even if you don't Im willing to be that is the problem that you are experiencing. The only error that I could get was the above line or that setupdd.sys was missing. I have Athlon 2000 XP + on asus motherboard I'd appreciate any feedback michael m k Oct 23, 2005, 07:03am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add
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Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules All content Copyright ©2000 - 2015 MajorGeeks.comForum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. Thanks Write a Reply >> Continue Reading on Page: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, Any one of the preceeding actions can end up in the removal or data corruption of Windows system files. Attention: Error Windowssystem32driversmup.sys still cannot be repaired, you may need to update computer drivers.
With the Western Digital drive still in, I added back in my Maxtor and booted from the Maxtor (Windows installed on both but booting from the Maxtor). You will have them located and names as follows if all is correct: c:\windows\tmp\system.bak c:\windows\tmp\software.bak c:\windows\tmp\sam.bak c:\windows\tmp\security.bak c:\windows\tmp\default.bak Ok so we can start. Note: What exactly is Windowssystem32driversmup.sys error code? Seems to me that, unlike many cases on this forum, the only hardware problem that could occur would be on the WD HDD, but scan disk returns nothing.
The owners of this site are compensated by relationships with the recommended software products. My sister's likely problem is the poor power in her home. The most likely problem is a corrupt registry. So I tried sysprep'ing the image, capturing and dumping back down and hey presto mup.sys ???
- I've tried: Replacing mup.sys in c:\windows\system32\drivers and c:\windows\system32\dllcache with the mup.sys from an XP Home w/ SP2 install CD.
- Then click update drivers as the pictures below.
- Learn how to quickly deal with Windowssystem32driversmup.sys error?
- These did not work for me but there is no reason why might not work for you.
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- The tool help me resolve Error Windowssystem32driversmup.sys issue.
- For advanced user: The below steps are designed for you to resolve Error Windowssystem32driversmup.sys issue manually.
- Manually copying system32 and system32/drivers files across - no solution Repair through MMC - recoverying the registry from /repair - no solution Repair installation from XP SP1 disk - in progress.
- it should run some tests on the files and disk.
There are numerous events which can have resulted in file errors. Microsoft's site lists hard drive, motherboard, cpu and RAM as the likely causes. (I only found this out because when one of the errors in XP came up I did the It didn't help me fix my problem, but some other people calimed that it helped them. Recommend: Unhook all unnecessary peripheral devices so all you have connected is monitor, keyboard, and mouse.
Method 3: Troubleshooting Error Windowssystem32driversmup.sys by doing a restore for your PC. 6 Comments on "How To Solve Error Windowssystem32driversmup.sys?" Comment by : Yer UK The software did work! Booting into Safemode yeilds the same results as trying to boot the standard OS. Method 1: Solving Error Windowssystem32driversmup.sys problem by running a sfc scan for your PC. and then the boot menu would appear. "Safe Mode, reboot from last known configuration, Normal Mode" menu.
Occasionally the error code could have more variables in Windowssystem32driversmup.sys formatting .This further number and letter code are the location of the storage regions in which the instructions are stored at This is a new Dell Latitude (2 weeks old). I tried full disk recovery by plugging the HD into another system to see if any viruses were there - none. I would like to boot from the new Western Digital (for speed and fears my Maxtor will die out).
You can only apply such an image to identical hardware and have an expectation that it will work. Whether this is a destructive recovery (meaning it formats the drive and replaces all software to original installation is manufacturer dependant on some machines). The computer would sometimes keep cycling in a shutdown, start booting up then restart.
I hope my review can help people who are hesitated to try the software.
Check the boot order in the bios) Press “r” to choose the recovery console Select the windows installation. “1” then [Enter] if you don’t have multiple operating systems installed Then enter with no errors or blue screens............... The information contained on this site is for informational purposes only. Right-click Computer on your desktop, then click Manage.
I'm in the process of backing up my original drive so I can do a restore on it. It’s the normal error message format utilized by Microsoft Windows and other Microsoft Windows compatible applications and driver manufacturers. This morning when I restarted it did the multiple restart at mup.sys thing. However when I disabled mup.sys in recovery mode it appeared to freeze on ndis.sys then.
I've put in my emachine recovery disk and it does give me an option to restore or go to the command prompt which I can get to. Check the boot order in the bios) First Screen “Welcome to setup” press [enter] to install new copy of windows xp Next screen press F8 to agree to the terms and