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Stop 0x00000024 ntfs.sys error with SATA hdd...PLZ HELP ME

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Hello fellow techies,
Recently I turned on my computer and it would not boot up, It stopped at a screen that said this, "We apologize for the inconvenience, but windows did not start successfully. A recent hardware or software change might have caused this." Then it gives me boot options, such as safe mode, last known good config...but all of them just reboot the system back to that screen and I get nowhere. Then i decided to try the recovery console, but that doesnt work, I get the bsod with the error message

***stop 0x00000024 (0x001902FA), (0xF89ADB70, 0XF89AD870, 0xF814B83D)

***ntfs.sys - address F814b3d base at f813a000, datestamp 3d6de5c1

Same blue screen of death when I try to format with the xp cd, at the screen where it says "to install windows xp now, press enter"...i press enter and BLUEEEE SCREEEEN! Can anyone help me out, i dont care what i have to do, i just want my baby back up and running!!!!!!!

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Is there a driver disk for xp that came with the sata drive? or for the MOBO controller for the SATA??

Is this a recent upgrade or a new install?? Or existing??
XP & SATA cont...

There was no sata driver disk needed for XP, bundled with my asus a7n8x mobo are the silicon image sata drivers and apps. This is all irrelevant though because everything was working fine and then suddenly it would not boot one day. All the microsoft windows sites just tell me to use recovery console and checkdisk and other things that require my to be in windows...Ive seen plenty other posts about this on various sites, SPIFF MEISTRO on techsupportforums had the same problem if you would like to see his posts to try and help me out. Thanks alot for all the cool techies who are tryin to help me.



I tried everything to no avail to get back into windows with all my data. So in the end i had to format. To do this i had to use my windows 98 cd and go through the installation, then it says reboot your computer. Then I put the Xp cd in and was able to format without the BSOD!!!
Sometimes overclocking can cause issues with the SATA controller.
Seems to be a virus !

I think i have the same problem in my network. It looks like it blocks the MBR 'cous it looks for a system on C: even after fdisk !!!, and unfortunatly its spreading!

I managed to format the hard drive, and even got to windows setup, but it freezed, and the problem reapered. Now I'm looking for a software, that can find the virus, NortonAntivirus failed. (newest definitions).

You can always try fdisk /mbr, or some software like Partision Magic on anoyher PC , lookout for the fact that it might be a virus though.

Anybody some Idea ?
If you have XP continue reading

I had the same problem recently. I just upgraded to SP2 and I recieved this error. Try replacing your current Windows\System32\Drivers\Ntfs.sys with a non SP2 or SP1 copy. If you did not upgrade to any service pack, give me your e-mail so I can e-mail you a copy of my Ntfs.sys. Your copy may be corrupt.
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