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« on: January 02, 2004, 09:31:43 PM »

PLEASE SUPPLY RELEVANT INFORMATION:
Operating System Version:XP Pro. corp.
Problem Application Name & Version:
Problem Hardware Make & Model:
Error Messages:The \PAGEFILE.sys entry contains a nonvalid link
The size of the \PAGEFILE.sys entry is not valid
\WINDOWS\DUMP6461.tmp is cross linked on allocation unit 1196419



I have the same problem as mentioned, but everytime I try to bypass the error to fix it, windows reboots itself again, any suggestions?  Thanks.
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« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2004, 05:02:23 AM »

Right click om My Computer and Properties in the menu.Advanced tab then Settings/Advanced/Change try "no paging files" and if that dont work try "system managed files" You could also try under Startup and Recovery Setting from the first Advanced tab then set the Memory Dump to "None".
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« Reply #2 on: June 10, 2004, 03:46:03 AM »

My PC is a Sony VAIO, 1ghz with 384 MB of RAM running XP Home Edition. It has a C: and D: drive with 20GB each.  I replaced an internal CD-RW drive with a TDK DVD-RW drive. I change the remaining CD-R drive from master to slave and set the new TDK DVD-RW drive to master per the instructions. The PC came up and recognized the drive and Windows installed drives.  I did not have to insert the TDK CD to install additional or new drivers. I created a system restore point before I replaced the drive. But, it does not restore to that point.

After the installation, I installed the TDK software (Easy DVD Creator and others) and tried to use my Dazzle DVC 80 to transfer video to the hard drives. As soon as I plugged the DVC 80 to the USB port, the system went dead and rebooted.

As the system tried a checkdsk, at 100% it stops and hangs with the following on the screen:

C: The type of file system is FAT 32.
The \pagefile.sys entry contains a non-valid link.
The size of the \pagefile.sys entry is not valid.
The \windows\DUMPa5fc.tmp first allocation unit is not valid. The entry will be truncated.
\windows\DUMP7926.tmp is cross-linked on allocation unit 1868795.

If I press any key within 10 seconds of the start of scandsk, the system will come up normally.

What does this mean? I have the feeling the Dazzle DVC 80 is the culprit that caused the problem, so I will no longer attempt to use it.  But, how to I get rid of this hang situation? I read the solutions posted for the same problem. Changing to no paging files or system managed files does not help. Thanks for any assistance.
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