thank you colticz Report lukeyboy 2Posts Tuesday June 9, 2009Registration date June 15, 2009 Last seen - Jun 15, 2009 07:26PM well first of all, I dont have the os disk Laptop was loading slowly so unplugged router - plugged back in and did a restart on desktop and received message - laptop is fine but error message on blue screen same Archived From: Forums › Technology Go to page : 1 2Next 40 Disclaimer: By providing links to other sites, FatWallet.com does not guarantee, approve or endorse the information or products available In serious games, and stress tests, no problems. http://helpsbs.com/blank-blue/blank-blue-screen-at-startup-xp.html
jimmywalt Senior Member - 6K posted: Dec. 15, 2008 @ 5:45p Stupid computer.......Booted with XP cd purcased directly from Microsoft!Picked "repair" then got the following:Microsoft Windows XP Recovery Console1:CWindowsWhich installation would This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. ideas?? plodr, Jan 25, 2010 #8 necro61 Specialist Hey there, Dont know about dells but with Packard Bell I worked on mid last year I had to tell the bios to enable http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/blank-blue-screen-after-welcome-in-windows-xp/50ffa4c2-d50f-4bc5-a3cb-847f6383f896
You can find bootable Windows images too, but my reason for suggesting a Linux CD is that your computer could be infected - the symptoms you describe can be caused by Several functions may not work. If anyone can help I would be very much apprecitive. If the computer malfunctioned earlier before, you might want to share with us what you experienced.
Long-Long-Short-Short-Long-Long.4. Here's the list:Common files--Apple----CoreFP----Mobile Device SupportApple Software UpdateQuicktimeiPodiTunesGetModuleiCheckBonjourWindows--setupapi.txt--wiaserviv.txt--wiadebug.txt--wiaservc.txt--schedLgU.txt--Windowsupdate.txtI did copy all the "My document" files from the "problem hard drive" to this computer while I have it here. nothing happened with CTRL-ALT-DEL r2d2waldo, Jan 24, 2010 #4 plodr Major Geek Super Extraordinaire Have you tried last know good configuration? ChinaRider Happy Member posted: Dec. 15, 2008 @ 5:37p I agree with minidrag - you're not seeing a blue screen of death, you're just seeing a blue screen.
Forums All Forums Join Now Sign In Coupons & Deals Today's Best Deals Deals by Department Deals by Store Exclusive Deals Local Deals Nearby Cities Popular Cities Forums Popular Forums Special Puppy loads into memory only and does not use the HD or the OS system. Just a freaking blue screen.Guess I'll boot again and hit enter to boot from CD to see if that does anything (since it copied all the files, I guess). Perhaps there were error messages, critical system halts, or malfunctions earlier, before this blank blue screen crash happened.
If you can get to the alternate menu, choose safe mode and go into an account with administrative rights. Grab a screwdriver, and take out your hard drive, then connect it to another computer. Also take the motherboard's battery into account. Sorry for my bad english, hope everybody understand this (and hope I help somebody).
Thank you. this content plodr, Feb 3, 2010 #17 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Your name or email address: Do you already have an If the problem persists, you likely have a hardware problem somewhere. It's in a hidden folder, buried pretty deep - \Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\Outlook.pst minidrag Senior Member - 5K posted: Dec. 15, 2008 @ 5:55p jimmywalt said: Nope... "problem drive" didn't
They have turned it on and off a couple times to see if it's just a fluke, but the same thing happens each time. this content I have not used this computer for the past couple of years, and the few times I've tried to turn it on recently, I get a blue screen that reads: STOP: You may be contacted via Private Message during the investigation of this issue. Technical information: ***STOP: 0x0000008E (0xC0000005, OxA277DB75, 0xB0DC17E8, 0x00000000 ) Sorry for the post in fact, I hate having to post this!
If you CAN boot into a usable system, then get an external USB drive and copy your important files to it (unless you already have a backup somewhere). I just did this recently for 4 computers.Click to expand... plodr, Jan 24, 2010 #5 JustAnotherDude Private E-2 r2d2waldo said: ↑ i start up in windows and come to a blank blue screenwith hourglass. weblink thanks Helpful +5 Report Iqflash Dec 20, 2008 12:14PM Man, this problem happend just now with my laptop, when I woke it up from stand-by and the keyboard wasn't working I
I was just trying to be of assistance and not an ***, he may have a non destructive recovery option if this is applicable to this build? THIS FREE TOOL often works for removing the virus. Members of our community may attach files to a post in accordance with the User Agreement.
I see you have a XP cd and hopefully it is the one you used to load the system with. The header checksum does not match the computed checksum. Thank You! Only left in hard drive.
Learn More. In your instance, where it only manifests itself during Windows Boot-Up and nowhere else, it may be hard to determine what piece of hardware is having a problem.Try reinstalling Windows first Helpful +5 Report prosen Jan 31, 2009 04:42AM you will first boot form win 98 bootebel cd . check over here Doing so can sometimes cause issues like this.
It is a Genuine Microsoft XP Installation cd correct?Repair Installation Instructions · Insert your Windows XP CD in your CD-ROM and then Restart your computer.· At the first post screen start Keep in mind that you should make a system backup DVD in every 6 months, like I do. To quit Setup, press F3." Now, the computer came with a 20GB harddrive in 2000. jimmywalt Senior Member - 6K posted: Dec. 15, 2008 @ 5:19p Pulled hard drive and put in IDENTICAL Dell system as "slave" booted up and I looked at what files or
I would say that has a decent chance of fixing it. option to transfer files from the old pc to the new . plodr, Jan 26, 2010 #10 necro61 Specialist plodr I unfortunately dont have the time to follow every link posted, I appreciate this. then you start win xp set up cd ...
Thanks for visiting FatWallet.com. jimmywalt Senior Member - 6K posted: Dec. 15, 2008 @ 6:21p That didn't work either. rshaffer61, Yes, it is genuine XP CD from when I bought computer. Then let's verify the BIOS setup of yours.