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Solved: Blue Screen After Boot Screen

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by DropedHonda, Nov 4, 2007.

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  1. DropedHonda

    DropedHonda Thread Starter

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    Today i went on my comp in the morning turned it off came back and went to turn it on and it got all the way to the boot screen took forever at that screen then just flased a blue screen i did not install any new hardware or software. I am able to boot into safe mode so im not shure what is causing this. my system:
    windows xp pro sp2
    1gb ddr2 800 pc6400
    gigabyte GA-M57SLI-S4 mobo
    Nvidia geforce 6600 512mb
    AMD X2 6000
    Need any new info ask

    so far i did a virus scan and tried restoring the system and that didnt help so in a min im guna unplug things i dont need on the system and see if that helps. Here is part of the code:
    0x100e0001 (0x86ce4030, 0x85657e70, 0x00000000 one more code thats not on the pic,)
     
  2. DropedHonda

    DropedHonda Thread Starter

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    never mind guys it was the CD drive thanks anyway.
     
  3. PuppyLinux

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    Glad you got it figured out so quickly...

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