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Pc just keeps rebooting Stop 0xC000021A, question.

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it just keeps rebooting.........

I installed Superantispyware master last night and from then on, no boot up.

I can't get into safemode, I have tryed repairing windows by loading xp on top, no luck.

I have disabled "reboot on failure" , and I am getting this message

Stop: coooo21a

Looking on the net it seems that the antispyware progam has buggered the security and windows won't load.

I have gone and got a new harddrive loaded windows and slaved the old harddrive,

I would love to just get the old harddrive to be master again,

I have deleted superanitspywere master, and spybot s&d from the old program files but not the system files but still no luck

any ideas?

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If you had system restore enabled you can manually revert to a previous restore point.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307545

You can skip a lot of the steps since you have the drive slaved. Basically you need to do the following:

1) gain access the System Volume Information folder

2) pick a recent restore folder - copy the 5 registry files to a tmp dir, rename them, now copy all 5 to the clipboard

3) navigate to C:\Windows\System32\Config - paste and overwrite or delete then paste

4) turn off pc, make the drive master, see if you can access XP now

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SUPERAntiSpyware didn't cause this issue - is your system infected?

Its funny then how I downloaded your sofware,

ran your progam

which should have gotten rid of any infection?

and then restarted my pc which then and only then would not boot fully?

Your software is crap! and your company staffed by fools.

CHEERS, EliteKiller for the heads up on that.

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SUPERAntiSpyware didn't cause this issue - is your system infected?

Its funny then how I downloaded your sofware,

ran your progam

which should have gotten rid of any infection?

and then restarted my pc which then and only then would not boot fully?

Your software is crap! and your company staffed by fools.

CHEERS, EliteKiller for the heads up on that.

Unfortunately you are quite misguided. I wish you the best.

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