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aneska

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Hola a tod@s. He tenido un problema grave que me impide entrar en Windows, el ordenador se queda colgado tras el "Booting from ATAPI CD-rom. Failure..." y no sale ni la pantalla de inicio de Windows. Esto ocurrió desde un reinicio al utilizar por primera vez Drive Image 2002 intentando hacer un backup en CDs. El SO es Windows 98. Y ahí va más información:
Si desde MSDOS ejecuto C:\windows\win aparece el siguiente mensaje:
Falta el archivo de registro. Quizá no operen los servicios de registro en esta sesión.
Problema de caché xms. Quizá no operen los servicios de registro en esta sesión.
Y a continuación aparece una pantalla azul con otro mensaje:
Error al iniciar dispositivo vfat. no se encuentra un dispositivo o recurso de vfat o no está disponible. no se puede continuar cargando vfat. Sistema detenido.
¿Se os ocurre cuál puede ser el problema? ¿Y la solución?
Muchas gracias
 
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ericweb

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hola, una pregunta, probastes ir al setup?

saludos

ericweb
 

Techy

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FALTA EL ARCHIVO DE REGISTRO. QUIZÁ NO OPEREN LOS SERVICIOS DE REGISTRO EN ESTA SESIÓN.

PROBLEMA DE CACHÉ XMS. QUIZÁ NO OPEREN LOS SERVICIOS DE REGISTRO EN ESTA SESIÓN.
Bueno parece que ese software te ha originado un problema en el registro. has probado pasale SCANREG por DOS? para ver si te restaura el registro. y si te sigue saliendo el error pues prueba chancar el windows.

saludos!! :rolleyes:
 

aneska

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¿A qué te refieres con ir al SETUP? Si es entrar a la BIOS y configurar la secuencia de arranque para que vaya primero a leer el disco duro, ya lo he hecho y sin resultado. Explícamelo con más detalle, por favor.

Mil gracias!
 

alnitak

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Tienes la explicación de Microsoft aquí:
CAUSE
This problem can occur under any one of the following conditions:
• If the Ifshlp.sys file is missing from the Windows folder.

-or
• If the Config.sys file contains a line that points to a previous version of the Ifshlp.sys file.

-or-
• If the following Ifshlp.sys statement is deleted from the Config.sys file after you reinstall Windows:
DEVICE=C:\Windows\Ifshlp.sys
-or-
• If the [Paths] section in the Msdos.sys file is incorrect.

-or-
• If a Winboot.ini file from a previous incomplete installation is present in the root folder on your Startup disk.

-or-
• If a "maxfilecache = 4096" line is present in the System.ini file.

RESOLUTION
Warning This workaround may make your computer or your network more vulnerable to attack by malicious users or by malicious software such as viruses. We do not recommend this workaround but are providing this information so that you can implement this workaround at your own discretion. Use this workaround at your own risk.

Note An antivirus program is designed to help protect your computer from viruses. You must not download or open files from sources that you do not trust, visit Web sites that you do not trust, or open e-mail attachments when your antivirus program is disabled.

For additional information about computer viruses, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
129972Computer viruses: description, prevention, and recovery
To resolve the problem, use one of the following methods.

Ifshlp.sys File Missing from Windows Folder
If the Ifshlp.sys file is missing from the Windows folder, extract a new copy of the file from your original Windows floppy disks or CD-ROM to the Windows folder.

For information about how to use the Extract tool, view the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
129605 How to Extract Original Compressed Windows Files

The Config.sys File Points to a Previous Version of the Ifshlp.sys File

1. Windows 95

Restart your computer. When you view the "Starting Windows 95" message, press F8, and then choose the Safe Mode Command Prompt Only option from the Startup menu.

Windows 98

Restart your computer, press and hold down CTRL after your computer completes the Power On Self Test (POST), and then choose the Safe Mode Command Prompt Only option from the Startup menu.
2. Use a text editor (such as Edit.com) to open the Config.sys file.
3. Delete the line that loads the Ifshlp.sys file. Note that Windows automatically loads this driver when you start your computer.
4. Save and then close the Config.sys file.
5. Restart your computer.
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Ifshlp.sys Statement Was Deleted from the Config.sys File After You Reinstalled Windows
When you reinstall Windows, the Ifshlp.sys statement is deleted from the Config.sys file and it is not replaced. To add the Ifshlp.sys statement to the Config.sys file:

1. Windows 95

Restart your computer. When you view the "Starting Windows 95" message, press F8, and then choose the Safe Mode Command Prompt Only option from the Startup menu.

Windows 98

Restart your computer, press and hold down CTRL after your computer completes the Power On Self Test (POST), and then choose the Safe Mode Command Prompt Only option from the Startup menu.
2. Use a text editor (such as Edit.com) to open the Config.sys file.
3. Type the following line in the Config.sys file:
DEVICE=C:\Windows\Ifshlp.sys
4. Save and then close the Config.sys file.
5. Restart your computer.
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Incorrect [Paths] Section in the Msdos.sys File

1. Windows 95

Restart your computer. When you view the "Starting Windows 95" message, press F8, and then choose the Safe Mode Command Prompt Only option from the Startup menu.

Windows 98

Restart your computer, press and hold down CTRL after your computer completes the Power On Self Test (POST), and then choose the Safe Mode Command Prompt Only option from the Startup menu.
2. Type the following command at a command prompt:
attrib -s -h -r msdos.sys
3. Use a text editor (such as Edit.com) to open the Msdos.sys file.
4. Verify that the following lines in the Msdos.sys file are correct [Paths] WinDir=Windows WinBootDir=Windows HostWinBootDrv=C where Windows is the folder that contains Windows. Note that if you are using disk compression software, you must change the drive letter in the HostWinBootDrv= line to the drive letter of the host drive.
5. Save and then close the Msdos.sys file.
6. Type the following line at a command prompt:
attrib +s +h +r msdos.sys
7. Restart your computer.
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Winboot.ini File Present in the Root Folder of the Boot Drive

1. Windows 95

Restart your computer. When you view the "Starting Windows 95" message, press F8, and then choose the Safe Mode Command Prompt Only option from the Startup menu.

Windows 98

Restart your computer, press and hold down CTRL after your computer completes the Power On Self Test (POST), and then choose the Safe Mode Command Prompt Only option from the Startup menu.
2. Type deltree winboot.ini at a command prompt to delete the Winboot.ini file in the root folder of the boot drive, and then press ENTER.
3. Restart your computer.
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There Is a "maxfilecache = 4096" Line in the System.ini File
Use any text editor (such as Notepad) to open the System.ini file in the Windows folder. Type a semicolon (;) at the beginning of the "maxfilecache = 4096" line, save the file, close the file, and then restart your computer.

Y lo tienes con imagenes aquí:

"VFAT Device Initialization Failed" error message when Windows 95/98 start

Situation

When you start Windows, you may receive the following error message on a blue screen:



Details

This error message may occur when any one of the following conditions exists:

The IFSHLP.SYS file is missing from the WINDOWS directory.
The CONFIG.SYS file contains a line pointing to a previous version of the IFSHLP.SYS file.
The following DEVICE=C:\WINDOWS\IFSHLP.SYS statement was deleted from the CONFIG.SYS file after reinstalling Windows on drive C.
The [Paths] section in the MSDOS.SYS file is incorrect.
A WINBOOT.INI file from a previous incomplete installation is present in the root directory (folder) of the boot disk.


Resolution

Note:In the instructions that follow, we assume that Windows is installed in a directory named WINDOWS on drive C. If you installed Windows on another drive or in a different directory, change the drive letter and the Windows directory name accordingly.

To solve the issue, use the method in the appropriate section below:The IFSHLP.SYS file is missing from the directory WINDOWS
If the IFSHLP.SYS file is missing from the directory WINDOWS, extract a new copy of the file from your original Windows 98 CD-ROM to the Windows directory. To do as follows:

Click Start and click Run
In the Open box type the following:

EXTRACT /A /L C:/WINDOWS D:/WIN98/CABS/WIN98_22.CAB IFSHLP.SYS (Where D is the drive letter of your CD-ROM drive).
Click OK. You get the following window:

VFATD1.gif


Type Y and press <ENTER>.
Restart your computer.

The CONFIG.SYS file points to a previous version of the IFSHLP.SYS file

Restart your computer.
When you see the "Starting Windows 95" message, press the <F8> key, and then choose Safe Mode Command Prompt Only from the Startup menu.
Note: For Windows 98, restart your computer, press and hold down the <Ctrl> key after your computer completes the Power On Self Test (POST), and then choose Safe Mode Command Prompt Only from the Startup menu.

Use any text editor (such as EDIT.COM) to open the CONFIG.SYS file. Type the following line at the Command Prompt (C:\>):

EDIT CONFIG.SYS and press <ENTER>.
Remove the line DEVICE=C:\WINDOWS\IFSHLP.SYS.
Save and close the CONFIG.SYS file by pressing the keys <Alt>, <F>, <S> to save and <Alt>, <F>, <X> to exit.
Restart your computer.

The IFSHLP.SYS statement was deleted from the CONFIG.SYS file after reinstalling Windows
When reinstalling Windows, Windows Setup will delete the IFSHLP.SYS statement in the CONFIG.SYS file and not replace it. To add the IFSHLP.SYS statement back to the CONFIG.SYS file, follow these steps:

Restart your computer in Safe Mode Command Prompt Only. (To do so, see instructions at the beginning of this document)
Use any text editor (such as EDIT.COM) to open the CONFIG.SYS file. Type the following line at the command prompt (C:\>):

EDIT CONFIG.SYS and press <Enter>.
Add the following line to the CONFIG.SYS file if Windows is installed in the directory WINDOWS on drive C:

DEVICE=C:\WINDOWS\IFSHLP.SYS
Save and close the CONFIG.SYS file by pressing the keys <Alt>, <F>, <S> to save and <Alt>, <F>, <X> to exit.
Restart your computer.

There is an incorrect [Paths] section in the MSDOS.SYS file

Restart your computer in Safe Mode Command Prompt Only. (To do so see, instructions at the beginning of this document)
Type the following line at the Command Prompt (C:\>):

ATTRIB -S -H -R MSDOS.SYS and press <Enter>.
Use any text editor (such as EDIT.COM) to open the MSDOS.SYS file. Type the following line at the command prompt (C:\>):

EDIT MSDOS.SYS and press <Enter>.You get the following windows:

paths.gif

Verify that the following lines in the MSDOS.SYS file are correct:

[Paths]
WinDir=Windows
WinBootDir=Windows
HostWinBootDrv=C

Note: If you are using disk compression software (such as DriveSpace), you must change the drive letter in the HostWinBootDrv= line to the drive letter of the host drive.
[*]Save and close the MSDOS.SYS file by pressing the keys <Alt>, <F>, <S> to save and <Alt>, <F>, <X> to exit.
[*]Type the following line at the Command Prompt (C:\>):
ATTRIB +S +H +R MSDOS.SYS and press <Enter>.
[*]Restart your computer.

The WINBOOT.INI file is present in the root directory of the boot drive

Restart your computer in Safe Mode Command Prompt Only. (To do so, see instructions at the beginning of this document)
Delete the WINBOOT.INI file in the root directory of the boot drive by typing at the Command Prompt  (C:\>):
DELTREE WINBOOT.INI and press <Enter>.
Restart your computer.
Lamentablemente solo lo encuentro en ingles, espero que igual te pueda servir de ayuda.
 
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