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Old 18th December 2002, 13:27   #1
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STOP : C000021a {Fatal System Error}
The Session Manager Initialization system process terminated unexpectedly with a status of 0xC0000034 (0x00000000 0x00000000)

Dit is het BSOD dat ik krijg bij het opstarten van mijn systeem.
Als ik ga kijken op de site van microsoft krijg ik dit.


When you attempt to boot your target system, it displays a blue screen with the message c000021a.

The most common cause of this error is a missing device driver dependency, which can occur even if the device driver is not critical for the system to boot. For example, Redbook.sys is not required to boot the system. But if one of its dependencies, Ks.sys, is not included in the run-time image, the system will display a blue screen with the error code 0xc000021a.


1. Check dependencies to identify missing dependencies.
2. If you determine that the file is not missing, then the error probably occurred because a file that the driver depends on is missing. Use the Microsoft® Visual Studio® Depends utility, which runs using the Depends.exe file, to view the statically-loaded libraries located in the import section of the binary file. Search for required files that are missing from your run-time image.
Ik snap dus niet wat men hiermee bedoelt, kan iemand mij helpen?

Old 25th December 2002, 23:01   #2
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"windows mist een of ander driver waardoor hij niet te goei kan opstarten, het kan zijn da die driver niet echt nodig is maar dat een andere file, die wel nodig is voor op te starten , steunt op file. en telkens als hem di efile nodig heeft krijgt ge een blauw scherm " dit is een ruime vertaling van wa daar staat.

Maar wa ze bij die resolution schrijven da weet ik nie wa ze daar mee bedoelen, ik begrijp het wel maar ik zou nie weten hoe ge dat moet opzoeken als uwe pc nie meer boot
Old 26th December 2002, 08:36   #3
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Try the following:

Use emergency repair console, or if even that doesn't boot an NTFS boot-disk (assuming your setup is on a ntfs partition) ,and replace ntdll.dll with the original.

Edit: niet gezien dat thread ook van Boekoedinges is, en deze ook al op shrimp-forum stond, waar ik dit antwoord ook gepost heb, maar het al in orde was...... :wtf:
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