computer has rebooted from a bugcheck

By mimo_100
Jan 12, 2007
  1. I am also having this problem. Here is part of the event log.
    1/8/2007 10:05:36 AM EventLog Information None 6005 N/A The Event log service was started.

    1/8/2007 10:05:36 AM EventLog Information None 6009 N/A Microsoft (R) Windows 2000 (R) 5.0 2195 Service Pack 4 Multiprocessor Free.

    1/8/2007 10:05:37 AM Save Dump Information None 1001 N/A The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x000000d1 (0x00000000, 0x0000001c, 0x00000001, 0xf6506182). Microsoft Windows 2000 [v15.2195]. A dump was saved in: C:\WINNT\Minidump\Mini010807-03.dmp.

    I read the “How to: Debug Memory Dumps.” I did all of this:
    Your first step is to download and install the Microsoft Debugging Tools found here:

    Once you have downloaded and installed these tools, go to start, all programs, Debugging Tools For Windows, Windbg. Once you open Windbg, you will presented with a blank screen. Click on File, Symbol File Path. Here you will enter the symbols path. Symbols are needed to effectively debug.

    The path will be:


    This did not work. So I found that I needed to download the symbols and place them in c:\symbols. To do this you need to download a couple of different times. Here are Microsoft’s instructions:
    To obtain a complete set of symbols, you need to first install the Windows 2000 symbols, and then install the Service Pack 4 symbols, and then install the Update Rollup 1 for Windows 2000 SP4 symbols.

    So I downloaded and ran the Windows 2000 symbols. When I double click on the exe, a command window opens and I get this:
    Microsoft (R) Cabinet Extraction Tool - Version (32) 1.00.0610.0 (03/31/99)
    Copyright (c) Microsoft Corp 1994-1999. All rights reserved.
    Cabinet Win2000_Sym_EN.exe
    Extracting AUTORUN.INF
    Extracting DBG.HTM
    Extracting SETUP\I386\SHELEXEC.EXE
    Extract needs cabinet file 'Win2000_Sym_EN2.CAB' from 'Disk 2'.
    Please enter the path where this file may be
    found, and press ENTER:
    It is looking for a cab file on Disk 2 -- but I do not have a disk 2.

    Do you have anysuggestions?
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