If you are stuck on booting into safe mode on mup.sys on your PC, this article might help you fix the problem.
If the drive is bad, the only way to clean it up is to fix a very large chkdsk error, and the actual event is the drive failing and re-running public boot in safe mode, which you can see in the latter, literally mup on the screen. sys until XP finishes trying to remove the dirty bit and man gets “stuck” again until you see that the dirty bit has been removed.
I have all Windows XP computers that no longer boot normally or with the Safe option. It depends on loading mup de.sys. I tried booting the XP installation disc, when it boots there should be no recovery option. CD/DVD – SATA. • Upgrading to Windows Right 7 is currently not an option. Suggestions?
3. Copy the working mup.File sys file to your drive using the XP machine you are logged into.
4. Insert the motor into the back muscles of the machine and turn it on.
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If everything went well, it should work well. However, you can check the hard drive read if it fails while you are working on another computer.
I can help you with mine because I solved another problem.
I have downloaded “Hiren’s Boot CD”. Burn the ISO to a CD, throw it away, and eat the Mini XP for lunch.
In Mini Windows, if you like, I went to the C:WindowsSystem32drivers directory and almost renamed files that were about 0 KB in size.
I think you can also remove duplicate content. However, after a few steps, I simply removed the shoe CD from the drive and rebooted as usual. And now everything is fine…
Hope this helps, wish you good luck!
I also found this solution here…
I still can’t figure out why the error occurred.
With best regards,
SYS ON MY COMPUTER? chap. sys is only used by newer operating systems Themes in its Windows range are Windows XP, Windows NT, Windows 2000, and Windows Vista. The file helps in the operation of a part of the operating system called Multiple UNC Provider (MUP).
Signed: September 21, 2001