Troubleshooting Stop 0X24/NTFS_FILE_STSTEM erro
Here is the deal. After replacing the ram in a system (which kept having a BSOD) at work all seemed to be well. After a few days I noticed that a different BSOD starting to come up from time to time. This one didn't list anything specific aside from a bunch of error codes.
The main code was the 0X24 code which I assume is caused because of an error with the ntfs.sys file. It seems to be corrupted or at least on its way out.
How do I deal with this issue? Can I simply copy from a perfectly healthy computer to the error prone one and replace the bad ntfs.sys file with a good one? Or am I off target and this error is not that simple? Any tips or tricks you know in getting this error resolved and eliminate the BSOD before it takes a big dive would be great.
I also read through the MS help and support on this issue, but they say to get a Fat32 computer and hook up this HD to that system. WTF?!? where is there a FAT32 file system computer as everything in our office is windows XP and is running NTFS. Any ideas? Thanks in advance guys for any help.