When I tried to boot from safe mode it always gets stuck in C: \windows\ system32\drivers\classpnp.sys classpnp.old. If you think this may help, let me know and I can upload them.My hard disc is a Patriot Torqz 2 64GB SSD and my motherboard is a Gigabyte M68MT-S2. Again, thanks to all for your input, it is greatly appreciated! Thank you very much for your advice.At 2012-06-20 21:28:00, LC left the following comment ...I have a Sony Vaio and it's bios doesn't have the option sata controller on system config. Source
Disconnect all hardware that is plugged in any ports not internal to the case and start from there. I've tried everythig in BIOS, removed devices etc. . My computer: Acer Aspire 5536 Athlon X2 64 Win7 32bits Proposed as answer by TheVoIP Saturday, January 12, 2013 5:03 AM Saturday, May 21, 2011 5:14 PM Reply | Quote 0 But if I try to reboot my PC without unplugging it, it doesn't load Windows and the process of Safe Mode loading stops at CLASSPNP.SYS file.Any advises available, please?
If it doesn't, we can be sure it is not a power issue. ShmopherJan 6, 2014, 11:15 PM Fix that worked for me:Enter BIOS and go to the settings for your boot HD. After reading a few threads I read about using Msconfig and checking the safe mode option under "Boot". Other GamesOther GamesNintendo Switch Thread (formerly NX) Miami Heat Sponsor Team Misfits Clash Royale [WoW] Legion Total War: Warhammer CS:GODreamHack Leipzig 2017 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive The Shuffle Truffle General DreamHack Masters
At 2014-12-13 16:52:00, Daniel left the following comment ...Nice save for me. Trying the BIOS idea and then I'm stumped.. i switched from win 8 to win 7. Classpnp.sys Windows 10 After four DVD worth of backed-up data, the computer restarted.
Eventually the hard disk could not be recognized in bios settings and had to replace it. Classpnp.sys Blue Screen Windows 7 You can create your own repair disc on another computer (32 or 64 bit same as yours) by going to Start -> Control Panel -> Backup and restore -> Create a hope this helps..... :) Thursday, March 22, 2012 10:25 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks ! I can get as far as the login, hit a profile and the welcome screen hangs.
Everyone with a computer should back his system up to an external hard drive regularly. Windows 7 Windows Recovery Mode Then put all the hardware back in (powered off of course) except the last item you had removed before the computer started acting normal, again. Windows freezes while loading classpnp.sys I found some problems after turned off the computer by force- System repair - repair fails- Start normally - hangs at the starting windows screen- Start Mine was on 'compatibility'.
I had a computer that I had upgraded from 2GB of RAM (2x1GB) to 4GB (2x2GB), and after a while, it wouldn't start Windows. recommended you read I checked this aswell but forgot to mention.I cannot boot into last known config, either. Windows 7 And The Classpnp.sys Safe Mode Loop worked for me, nothing else did... Classpnp.sys Download My System Specs Computer type Laptop x BlueRobot View Public Profile Find More Posts by x BlueRobot 30 Apr 2013 #9 Golden Windows 7 Ult.
Roelfk7Sep 23, 2014, 5:20 PM After replacing mboard on windows 7 pc will not boot into windowsBut I thought id share my experience incase anyone else is looking for a solution this contact form Grrr.Must be an update knocked out wireless card drivers...in our case, anyway. If i try to boot in Safe mode it Hangs at CLASSPNP.SYS If i boot from the Windows Setup DVD , or a repair DISK I've made, and i choose to I tried system repair, no avail. Classpnp.sys Repair
Then if I pressed a key on the keyboard the keyboard lights would turn back on. Have not installed any new hardware in last year. I got the classpnp problem but none of the solutions helped for me. have a peek here Part B, Steps 1b - 10b 1b) Place the installation disc in the tray of the CD/DVD drive, close the tray and restart the computer. 2b) You will be
Update: I inserted the same SDHC card back and it now boots fine. Windows System32 Drivers Classpnp Sys I got the blue screen of death and then the computer reset it self back to c:\windows\system32\drivers\classpnp.sysI put my comp in safe mode to install the second disc of Fallout 3. It just won't take.
The computer was working fine until one day when I returned from work and found that it would not wake up from sleep mode. i'm facing the same problem on my laptop Samsung RV413. Instead, it brings up the same Windows select mode as a result of it not shutting down properly (giving the option for safe mode or normal mode). Windows 7 And The Classpnp.sys Safe Mode Loop. @ Erik Soto Maybe this was the trouble all along, I don't know for sure, but it does seem coincidental...
Attention: If you do have a Windows installation disc, skip Part A and go to Part B, Step 1b. That problem was occur after a BIOS default setting application. I tried doing the c:\windows\system32\drivers\classpnp.sys to classpnp.old but then it just stops at the one before and goes on to say windows is starting in safe mode but then it shuts Check This Out I had to do this for vista.
SOLUTION: Just wait some extra time. I was really stumped on what to do since I'm not very computer savvy. Alvin853 Profile Joined December 2011 Germany149 Posts February 27 2012 22:11 GMT #17 On February 28 2012 03:51 Alvin853 wrote:Grab a memtest86(+) disc and check if it returns any errors. I applied the solution provided above to renaming the classpnp.sys with classpnpn.old.