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Comp crashed and I cant run in safe mode

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by DannyE70, Nov 5, 2007.

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  1. DannyE70

    DannyE70 Thread Starter

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    Hello

    First of all I apologize if this question has already been posted!

    I'll try to explain the whole thing:
    This morning I downloaded some video from a memory card onto my hard drive I usually do this by plugging in my camera to the computer, but my camera batteries died, so I decided to insert the memory card directly into the tower (Ive never done this before so I assume this is part of the problem)
    After i did this my computer starting running very slowly so i had to restart it.

    Now I keep getting a message that says
    "We apologize for the inconvenience but Windows did not start successfully"
    This page gives me an option to start up in safe mode, but when i try to do that
    I get a list of lines that read:
    "multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\windows\system32\Drivers\... "
    (this line appears about 20 times, all with a different ending such as "NDIS.SYS" or "pciide.sys" etc...

    Also, when I restart and hit the F8 button wile its starting up I get this message:

    "driver_iroq_not_less_or_equal"

    can anyone help?

    Thank you
    Danny
     
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  3. DannyE70

    DannyE70 Thread Starter

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    Thank you!
    My problem seems to be bigger than I thought so I am just going to take my tower in to have it looked at.

    I appreciate the help though!

    Warm regards
    Danny
     
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