What' the error msg?


What does this error mean? Kmode_Exeception_Not_Handled?

Message says disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing. Not sure what this mean.


This question was answered on May 16, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

When you try to log on to your Exchange 2000 Server-based computer.

This issue may occur if a registry key in the Last Known Good control set is damaged The system fails when it tries to clean up the Last Known Good control set to prepare to copy the current control set This process makes the current control set the Last Known Good control set.

Pause at the logon screen when you start the computer that is experiencing this issue Do not log on to the computer.

Remotely connect to the registry of this computer To connect to a registry over a network:

Start Registry Editor.

On the File menu, click Connect Network Registry.

In the Connect Network Registry dialog box, type the name of the computer to whose registry you want to connect.

Locate the following registry key:


Note the value of the LastKnownGood key.

Change the value of the Failed key to the value that you noted in LastKnownGood.

Note the value of the Current key.

Change the value of the LastKnownGood key to the value you noted in Current plus one For example, if Current has a value of 2, change the LastKnownGood value to 3.

Quit Registry Editor.

Restart the computer you are trying to repair, and then log on.

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on May 16, 2003