Any Risk to disable process SYSTEM.INI?

Posted: 01-22-2009, 01:39 PM

My machine boots fine in Safe Mode + Network and crashes in Normal Mode, in
Services tab page, there are more 10 services in Running status, I disabled
all other services, boot with normal mode, got same blue screen.
In this case, General tab page, Selective Startup radio button was selected,
followed by Process SYSTEM.INI file and Process WIN.INI file were selected,
and Load system services and Load Startup Items were NOT selected, and using
Original BOOT.INI was selected.
Since some system file might be corupted, may disable Process SYSTEM.INI
file, or disable some of items in SYSTEM.INI tab? Is any big risk there?
Any idea or suggestion? Thanks.

Any Risk to disable process SYSTEM.INI?


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Roy Smith
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Re: Any Risk to disable process SYSTEM.INI?
Posted: 01-22-2009, 03:16 PM

"FD" <FD@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> My machine boots fine in Safe Mode + Network and crashes in Normal Mode,
> in
> Services tab page, there are more 10 services in Running status, I
> disabled
> all other services, boot with normal mode, got same blue screen.
> In this case, General tab page, Selective Startup radio button was
> selected,
> followed by Process SYSTEM.INI file and Process WIN.INI file were
> selected,
> and Load system services and Load Startup Items were NOT selected, and
> using
> Original BOOT.INI was selected.
> Since some system file might be corupted, may disable Process SYSTEM.INI
> file, or disable some of items in SYSTEM.INI tab? Is any big risk there?
> Any idea or suggestion? Thanks.
>
If you suspect that a system file has been corrupted then you can do this.
In the Start menu click on run then type 'sfc /scannow' (without the quotes)
then click on OK and Windows will check all of the system files and replace
any corrupted ones. Be sure to have your Windows install disk handy as it
may call for it during the process.



Twayne
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Re: Any Risk to disable process SYSTEM.INI?
Posted: 01-22-2009, 06:22 PM
> "FD" <FD@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> message
> news:9C09D052-3D92-40CE-BB9D-69280B2D520B@microsoft.com...
>> My machine boots fine in Safe Mode + Network
>> and crashes
>> in Normal Mode, in
>> Services tab page, there are more 10 services
>> in Running
>> status, I disabled
>> all other services, boot with normal mode, got
>> same blue
>> screen. In this case, General tab page,
>> Selective Startup radio
>> button was selected,
>> followed by Process SYSTEM.INI file and Process
>> WIN.INI
>> file were selected,
>> and Load system services and Load Startup Items
>> were NOT
>> selected, and using
>> Original BOOT.INI was selected.
>> Since some system file might be corupted, may
>> disable
>> Process SYSTEM.INI file, or disable some of
>> items in
>> SYSTEM.INI tab? Is any big risk there? Any idea
>> or
>> suggestion? Thanks.
>
> If you suspect that a system file has been
> corrupted then
> you can do this. In the Start menu click on run
> then type
> 'sfc /scannow' (without the quotes) then click
> on OK and
> Windows will check all of the system files and
> replace
> any corrupted ones. Be sure to have your
> Windows install
> disk handy as it may call for it during the
> process.
Just a note: You'll also have to re-update XP.


 
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