Windows restarting at JGOGO.SYS problem

Discussion in 'IBM' started by Steve, Aug 25, 2009.

  1. Steve

    Steve Guest

    Hi All,

    After a bit of research, I have just realised I am now part of the
    exclusive fast'n'dodgy JGOG.SYS Jmicro/Intel/Wndows bug club.

    For those that know about this very common problem, has anyone ever
    solved it? ie, can they actually fix it without having to reinstall

    I tried deleting jgogo.sys - no dice - hangs at mup.sys
    I tried removing the registery enteries (lots of Jmicro crap there to
    ditch) - no dice

    If jmicro and its jgogo crap is present in my system, then - it will
    boot fine. If either the registery entry, or the .sys is gone - no go.
    Why do i want it removed - because it clashes with my adaptec card.
    (adaptec is parked until i get this hiddeous thing off my HD)

    with the registery entry removed, Windows boots, hits the splash
    screen and restarts - endless loop. In safe mode - hits jgogo.sys and
    restarts - so my machine is now just like the other 500 million crap
    jmicro boxes around the world. I too am unable to fix it without
    reinstalling the os.
    any help much appreciated

    Steve, Aug 25, 2009
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  2. Steve


    Sep 1, 2009
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    welcome to the club - you are now an official jgog member!
    sencaw, Sep 1, 2009
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  3. Steve


    Oct 13, 2009
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    This is what I did

    Hello, I had the same problem on boot, pc freezing at jgogo.sys than restarting a couple minutes later.

    I booted into recovery console from the windows cd and disabled the jgogo.sys by typing the command disable jgogo. I did this because the drives was causing the windows repair to fail.

    I than run a windows reopair and succeeded and back to normal with the jgogo.sys still disabled I have had no issues.


    Shrek :)
    Shrek, Oct 13, 2009
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