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Need help!! Blue screeen of deathh !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by drifterx, Apr 5, 2010.

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  1. drifterx

    drifterx Thread Starter

    Apr 5, 2010
    Okay this is my story. I work at a golf course as a landscaper and one of the computers that is rather new im not positive on the brand but its like one of those small acer veriton or something along those lines.

    Problem: I came into work this morning to see the BSOD on the monitor. not knowing how it managed to get there i was shocked so i wrote the code down but have had no help finding and resolving my issue so i have came to see if you " techguys " can help me out !!!

    Error Stop Code: 0x00000050 (0x93E89F36, 0xc00000, 0x8053ce42, 0x00000000)

    the issue: the computer will basicall y get to the sign in screen after windows loads. if not touched the computer will continously to restart after a delay of maybe 10 seconds at the sign in screen.

    at this point in time i havnt tried or done anything other then write the code down.

    my only idea is bring in my own xp cd and see if i can go to the recovery and recover back etc.

    this coming from a guy whos not the brightest with computers but am willing to learn so throw it at me if u know how to fix it !!
  2. TekTime


    Sep 21, 2009
    So many variables could cause a BSOD. The best way to narrow the problem down, is to figure out what changes were made to the computer prior to getting the BSODs (what was downloaded, Windows updates, recent upgrades etc). Were there any?

    Usually the problem is software related (malware, drivers, software issues, Windows configuration problems, registry)

    When booting up the computer, press "F8" several times so that the computer gives the option of booting into "Safe Mode." Choose Safe Mode. See if you are able to log in without any crashes in Safe Mode...then post back.
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