!!Fix!! Blue Screen after W2K Update Rollup

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by Axel Voigt, Jul 13, 2005.

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    Axel Voigt Guest

    for this problem someone in this NG knew the solution. It worked for some
    other guy as well.

    I just attempted to update a Windows 2000 Server SP4 through Windows Update
    including the Update Rollup. After reboot it shows a Blue Screen.

    Stop: 0x0000001E (0x0000005,0x804A6467,0x00000000,0x00000000)
    Adress 804A6467 base at 80400000, DateStamp 427b58bb - ntoskrnl.exe

    All F8 options don't work. There have never been any problems with the
    server which is a file and DHCP Server in an W2K domain.

    Does anybody know a solution? Should I run a repair installation from CD? Is
    there a known problem with the update rollup?

    Try uninstalling the Rollup Pack

    reboot in recovery console
    cd to your windows directory
    cd $NtUpdateRollupPackUninstall$
    cd spuninst
    do a dir and make sure there is spuninst.txt file in there
    use the command "batch spuninst.txt"
    exit the recovery console
    Axel Voigt, Jul 13, 2005
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    oscar11 Guest

    Thanks Axel, uninstalling the Rollup Pack is perfect solution:

    The problem is KB891861

    If you have win2K Server with automatical updates or SUS server, check the
    updates apliyed/approval, and the history of recent updates installed in your
    Win2K server machine or machines, uninstall KB891861 before restart by any
    cause, if is too late for this, uninstall the rollup Pack from recovery
    console as Axel instructions .
    oscar11, Jul 13, 2005
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    sumguyb Guest

    Worked for me too. So why is the only solution to this messed up MSFT
    pacth in Google and not on MSDN?
    sumguyb, Jul 20, 2005
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    Don Guest


    The fix described in this Email thread worked for me as well. But, there may
    be a slightly easier and/or more preferable way. See Article ID 891861
    "Update Rollup 1 for Windows 2000 SP4" dated today 7/30/2005 (revison 8.0).
    Apparently it may be sufficient to replace just Scsiport.sys from the
    uninstall backup directory rather than running the 'spuninst.txt' batch file
    as this Email thread recommends. This may apply only to folks with "an older
    non-Plug-and-Play ISA, EISA, or Micro Channel Architecture (MCA) SCSI
    controller" as per the article. I haven't actually tried it, as I saw this
    new posting of KB891861 just after I backed out the whole SVP4 rollup 1 per
    instructions later in this Email thread.

    One other thought. I'm an IT guy, not a Windows sys admin. But, after I got
    my machine back and fully booted up (after running the batch file
    'spuninst.txt' per this Email thread), I went to "Add/Remove" programs to
    uninstall the Update Rollup 1 for Windows 2000 SP4. This performs a bunch of
    file copies (presumably same as 'spuninst.txt'- perhaps actually using the
    same script), but also synchronizes the registry and does some cleanup. This
    may be a useful/important step after performing the manual rollback using
    'spuninst.txt'? Those of you who know are encouraged to advise.

    Thanks to all of you who posted and helped guys like me save our machines.

    One other contribution: In this thread Fritz posted that he might try
    applying the MS05-18 Hotfix (which is part of the rollup in question). While
    my machine was KO'd by the full rollup, it seems to tolerate the KB890859
    hotfix (MS05-18: Vulnerabilities in Windows kernel could allow elevation of
    privilege and denial of Service).

    Don, Jul 30, 2005
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    Jim Guest

    I had the same problem Stop: 0x0000001E
    Adress 804A6467 base at 80400000, DateStamp 427b58bb - ntoskrnl.exe
    but it on a brand new install Asus A8N-SLI, Athlon 64 3700 and SATA
    raid WD Raptors mirrored. Had to start over and leave off the Rollup
    Jim, Aug 7, 2005
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