Thanks for the response. Since I'm using the NTFS file system, I'm not
sure how I will get to a point where I can manually copy that file
over. I tried booting into Safe Mode, and also tried Debugging mode,
to no avail.
My next step I suppose I will try will be to run the Windowx XP
installation and see if the Recovery Console will repair the error. If
the attempt is successful, I wonder if I'll have to reinstall SP1?
I'm really not sure what happened with mine. I scheduled a defragger
last night to run around midnight, and this morning I found where E:
drive had failed due to inconsistencies in the file system, but that's
not my boot drive. I rebooted the machine and that's the point where I
started getting the error.
> Hi --
> When my computer boots up now I get the infamous "blue screen" with
> the error:
> STOP: C000021 Bad Image Checksum image MSVCRT.dll is possibly
> corrupt. Header checksum does not match the computed checksum.
> I searched the KB but did not find anything relevant. Can anyone tell
> me how to fix this problem without having to format and start over?
> Thanks --