Right-Click to bring up the Start Context Menu. Since my xp is OEM I do not have a bootup disk for xp. I could find no solution on the net, and too found that in safe mode the boot up stopped at agpcpq. Surely I have deleted SP3 by now. Ravi This is of little help to me. Join the community here , it only takes a minute.

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PC is connected to UPS. Is the agpfpq cause of this problem that an incompatible vendor driver was installed at some point?

Wednesday, March 5, 5: SYS file errors are typically caused by faulty hardware or corrupt device driver files. Try booting up in normal mode. Subscription auto-renews at the end of the term Learn more.

Ghost will not boot to diskette – pc locks. Tech Sye Guy is completely free — paid for by advertisers and donations. After the bios update it works great. I believe this was caused by replacing the HAL. Knoppix it a live linux file system, and bart pe wich is a windows based live file system.

Tuesday, March 18, 1: If that is the case, you will then need to replace your new memory modules. Remember, don’t do anything rash, and it also says it gives you the options to of reading the on-screen instructions, so if you get to the point where it says ‘press f8 to reinstall the OS’ hit the eject button.


Windows XP SP2 hangs at in safe mode – TechRepublic

You will be prompted with a permission dialog box. I was eys to re-install Windows from that point, then update the BIOS, which may or may not have been necessary. Returning to SP2 always clears the problem. If System File Checker finds a problem with your SYS or other critical system zys, it will attempt to replace the problematic files automatically.

Infinite reboot cycle agpcpw then. I powered off, removed the new drive, and rebooted. So far I’ve not been able to get the image to work and the symptoms seem to be identical to what everyone here is reporting.

If your computer has a built in video card and a card in a slot, you may want to disable the agp card built in or slot to see if the computer boots.

This allowed me to run the following command “Sudo fsck -f” It took quite a while, and I had to basically hold down “y” to fix the drive errors. But if it does work, please post a solution so anyone moseying along this way can see: What comes after it, however, and why it is having a problem I have no clue syd.


One it went through, it ran fsck again, with agpcpw errors and rebooted into Ubuntu.

I’ve tried messing around with the F2 BIOS settings and such, but they didn’t really do anything, so I set them back to what they were. I will keep you all posted as to my findings, and the best of luck.

Solved: agpCPQ.sys

To manually repair your Windows registry, first you need to create a backup by exporting a portion of the registry related to agpcpq. Do you already have an account? SYS errors, such as those associated with agpcpq. If you’re not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Some things say to install a new video card, but will that fix the problem. But usually – it seems to be the following day, the computer boots up normally and quickly and the fault does not re-occur – until another crash maybe.

How can this be a software problem when I have deleted all the software?