> I am unable to boot up my laptop running Windows 2000 professional.
> error is
> "The file uhcd.sys is corrupted"
> I am not able to startup in any mode (including safe mode) or even start
> using a set of boot disks.
> It get to the the second boot disk and then errors.
> Anyone know how I can get round this?
> Is there anyway I can replace the file through DOS (not sure how).
Try F5 or F8, then 'command-line only', overwrite the old file and see if
the error is gone or changes (which indicates progress).
> PS. I changed the RAM, as someone recommended this, but still no good.
I can't quite see how this should make a difference. The RAM is void when
you boot up (** Unless the file is loaded into a defective segment of the