Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Hardware Unboxed Google+ Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones Posts: 6,000 +15 if you suspect bad ram, run memtest 86+ booted from a floppy or cd rom for at least 7 passes. Save and close the open windows. also if i do have to redo it - if i get another hard drive and just install windows on that one is there a way i can get my programs check over here
Oct 20, 2003 #3 Nic TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,549 Don't forget to mention the 87MBs of windows updates (you need to do this several times because there are updates for some Registry Corruption The system Registry is the heart of an NT installation. Contact your system administrator or technical support group WELL GUYS, you are my tech support group I guess and I cannot figure this out. Hope this helps you.
Additional information See our BSOD and error definitions for further information and related links on these terms. Step 1: Determine the problem First, figure out what CAUSED the problem. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. Anyway...
To disable the feature, the registry on the machine needs to be edited. Advertisement djtigs Thread Starter Joined: Mar 11, 2004 Messages: 4 I have installed a clean new copy of Win2000 on a brand new component system. Discover essential tools for every IT pro who works with Windows, and why Sysinternals is still essential for Desktop Troubleshooting in this complimentary 10-page guide. How To Fix Blue Screen Windows Xp Without Cd i got the same error in my desktop.
A good memory test can be found here: http://www.techspot.com/downloads/500-memtest.html Step 2: Begin the repair process You must boot from your XP or 2000 CD. It goes until the page where it says Windows XP and it is loading and then again it restarts. So all I can think of at the moment is faulty RAM. If anyone finds a definite answer to this, you'd help out a lot of people.
But when you get to the last window before formating your drive and starting over windows will offer you a chance to repair. Windows Xp Blue Screen On Startup Then Restarts Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? On the Advanced tab, click the Settings button in the Startup and Recovery section. Many computers out there are not configured to boot from the CDROM.
stupid microsoft..) Hope this helps you... Some people are saying that it is a RAM problem, but I am almost positive that both of my DDR are sticks are working fine. Windows Xp Blue Screen Fix SearchExchange Exchange hybrid arrangement adds management complexity On-premises Exchange Server and Office 365 can make a great team -- if admins pay attention to certain features and adjust ... Windows Xp Restarting Again And Again (solved) Using Norton Disk Edit to Backup Your Master Boot Record Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 166997 - The master boot record is required to boot your computer.
If this is a fresh installation of Windows XP and not an upgrade/repair, then this may mean your Windows CD is damaged. check my blog Although such techniques occasionally work, getting rid of a BSOD is often much more complicated.The debug port information sectionThe debug port information section contains information about how the kernel debugger is The first screen comes where it says DEL for setup and TAB for BIOS Report... Stop messages are usually one of four basic types:Stop messages that occur during regular use of Windows 2000Stop messages that occur during Windows 2000 installationStop messages that occur during phase 4 Blue Screen Error In Windows Xp Installation
Safe Mode loads its own set of fail-safe drivers, which are minimally functional, but more importantly, stable.Disable the auto-reboot function.By default, the Windows's automatic reboot-on-crash function is enabled on many systems, When Windows 2000 won't boot A server crash is always a nightmare. The only one that it selects is connect using a broadband connection. this content I've never really had many problems with it, aside from my video card overheating now and again and shutting off the computer.
Most users with Dell, Gateway, Sony & HP systems will press F2. Blue Screen Flashes And Reboots Windows 7 Nov 9, 2003 #11 RyonanGT TS Rookie one question here.... I managed to get to the F8 where I can click safe mode or starting windows normally...
I have progressed through a fully functional computer to one that doesn't boot at all.. (bad video card) to one that boots and then reboots as soon as the loanding windows This article describes how to perform clean-boot troubleshooting to determine if the problem in question is with the core operating system or with a program loading in the Windows environment. i was told i would have to reinstall windows but i dont want to lose my data cause i love it so (ahem porn ahem). Blue Screen On Startup Windows 7 The bug check section looks similar to this code:*** Stop: 0x0000001E (0xF24A447A, 0X00000001, 0X0000000) KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED*** Address F24A447A base at f24A0000, DateStamp 35825ef8d - wdmaud.sysThe main items that you need to be
You may also... Even if you updated to Windows 10 over top of Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 the infinite loop conundrum is an ever-present possibility. If I can't, I'll..... http://yellowproductions.net/blue-screen/windows-blue-screen-on-loading-screen.php Thanks Nov 6, 2003 #10 Acidis TS Rookie When I get to this next screen the first 2 selections won't allow me to click on them for Connect using a
Actually my two cents are --- I believe a potential problem could've just been some bad driver or such in XP. as soon as I plugged it in, all of my annoying symptoms went away. One culprit could be bad memory. If you cannot boot from the CDROM, this is probably due to the boot order of your computer being incorrect for CDROM booting.
Sometimes cards and cables can vibrate loose, thus causing Stop messages.If the Stop message occurs during or slightly after boot, you may have a problem with a service or a device I guess some-how my turning off the laptop (Acer Extensa 5220) set the Bios settings back to "factory-settings" God just inspired me that this might have happend, I turned it back Now your windows will be able to boot up by itself.. My computer had this problem not too long ago.
Nov 5, 2003 #7 mere24 TS Rookie got it!!!