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Bwise_IT, Apr 25, 2008 #6 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? All Rights Reserved Theme designed by Audentio Design. I don't get the message if the flash drive isn't plugged in. I am mentioning this because i don't know if >>> this is related to my "QueryDosDevice Failed" problem. >>> I setup a new account and profile, and noticed that as soon

Sometimes when i login i see different problems that have me believing i have a problem with my Profile, for example Spy Sweeper wouldn't start properly. Low-level formatted HDD, fresh installed XP w/ SP3. Error message: Query Dos Device failed. You can't run Task Manager, and your ability to shut down normally has been locked out both in the ctrl-alt-del popup *and* the Start menu?

Mark Blain, Apr 23, 2008 #5 Bwise_IT Guest the symtoms keep piling on... But while you are waiting, you could Windows System Restore to a few days ago, just before the error started appearing to see if that solves your problem. Have you > run complete virus and spyware scans with up-to-date tools? #4 (permalink) 04-23-2008, 07:30 PM Bwise_IT Posts: n/a Re: How to diagnose QueryDosDevice Failed error I Fix Errors Windows Xp Error Message Querydosdevice FailedSupport Guide Fix Windows Xp Error Message Querydosdevice Failed Causes of Windows Xp Error Message Querydosdevice Failed Damaged registry files, malware, viruses, and corrupted

If you are, try disabling it and try Battlefield again... So as of yesterday at around 5 PM my wired internet turned off but was still saying it was working Thread Tools Search this Thread 08-17-2007, 11:08 AM #1 I am using a PCI CreativeLab Sound Blaster card, i will re-install the driver because iTunes gave me the audio errors, i am hoping i don't have to re-install windows. QueryDosDevice failed User Name Remember Me?

QueryDosDevice is a Windows function used to look up mapped drive letters (C:, D:, E: etc.) When you open Windows Explorer, are all of your drive letters displaying normally and accessible? Windows XP Community - XPHeads » Microsoft Windows XP Forums » microsoft.public.windowsxp.device_driver.dev » How to diagnose QueryDosDevice Failed error How to diagnose QueryDosDevice Failed error microsoft.public.windowsxp.device_driver.dev
LinkBack Thread I alos tried booting into the last know working configuration but i get the same results. Something else i've notice is that Task Manager is "dimmed" and unavailable for use.

Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service" pop-up rather consistantly. The last time i had this problem my Profile became corrupted. >>> Windows somehow fixed the Profile, and i stopped getting the error >>> message. Appreciate it! QueryDosDevice failed within the Networking Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category.

One other thing i forgot to mention is that only the Logoff option is available from the Start menu, there is no Shut Down option. STEP 3: Click 'Fix All' and you're done! Password Forums Register FAQ Members List Calendar Today's Posts Search Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... Have you tried booting into Safe Mode?

It will fix the problems that can create these errors and prevent new ones from occurring. The HD i am using is fairly new, about 6 months. >> I migrated from a smaller ATA drive to a Segate 250 SATA drive. I am mentioning this because i don't know if > this is related to my "QueryDosDevice Failed" problem. > I setup a new account and profile, and noticed that as soon This morning i also had my external USB drive F: running also, but i can't recall if the drive letter was F: i think it was.

What do I do now? - is there an update or fix for this error? While i was backing up some video to a DVD i got a blue screen error, and an automatic reboot. I alos tried booting into the last know working >> configuration but i get the same results. > > You can't run Task Manager, and your ability to shut down normally

My computer has been running extremely slowly, while experiencing constant popups, messages about lack of virtual memory, and other assorted problems.

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One other thing i forgot to mention is > that only the Logoff option is available from the Start menu, there is > no Shut Down option. The last time i had this problem my Profile became corrupted. >>> Windows somehow fixed the Profile, and i stopped getting the error >>> message. Microsoft MVP - Windows Desktop Experience « Wireless networking in a three storied building | Help with wireless security (basic) » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thanks all Bob Bwise_IT, Apr 22, 2008 #1 Advertisements Mark Blain Guest "Bwise_IT" <> wrote in news:#: > I've started to get the "QueryDosDevice Failed.

QueryDosDevice failed This is a discussion on !!! Sounds to me like you have malware > that's trying to prevent you from uninstalling it. QueryDosDevice is a Windows function used to look up mapped drive letters (C:, D:, E: etc.) When you open Windows Explorer, are all of your drive letters displaying normally and accessible? After i logged in i still have the Task manager, Shut Down option issue, but the QueryDosDevice pop-up never appears.

it just goes away. I use the migration tool provided with the new drive and it worked perfectly i didn't lose any data. This time however the Profile is acting strangly, some >>> programs wont run, for example iTunes complains about not being able >>> to verify my Audio drivers, and stops working. >>> Decided to wipe/reinstall.

The time now is 06:49 AM. -- Mobile_Default -- TSF - v2.0 -- TSF - v1.0 Contact Us - Tech Support Forum - Site Map - Community Rules - Terms of Rogers Sep 25, 2003 Device manager won't open Error: failed to create empty doc. Are you running "VIA Raid tool"?? I figured it is time to back up everything i can and reformat this computer.

Thread Status: Not open for further replies. What the hell's going on here? -kd5- #2 kd5, Oct 26, 2013 kd5 Member Joined: Apr 10, 2010 Messages: 40 Likes Received: 0 I'm wondering if it's a driver issue or Donate to help keep the site up! I use the migration tool provided with the new drive and it worked perfectly i didn't lose any data.

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