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Solved: Windows Xp while booting geting Blue Screen.. SISGRV Problem..

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by cuteselvanayagam, Oct 9, 2008.

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  1. cuteselvanayagam

    cuteselvanayagam Thread Starter

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    may somebody help me to find solution?i have recently install a new window xp home on my sister coputer is a desktop i install xp properly but when i restart the computer blue screen appear and an error said that SISGRV and a written error also '' device loop driver got stuck in a infinite loop'' can somebody help me to fix this error.what is the common cause of this error? and how do i fix it? i can also open my computer on a safe mode and not on a normal mode, so that i cant connect on internet for update and also i cant install a microsoft office please help me....God bless you all
     
  2. Elvandil

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    How did the display driver get installed? Did you install it yourself?

    Try removing the display adapter driver (sisgrv) or updating it in Device Manager. look for a more recent version.
     
  3. cuteselvanayagam

    cuteselvanayagam Thread Starter

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    Thanks Elvandil,

    I have found the problem... there is a problem with the VGA Card.... once i clean the dust on the VGA card and when I start the pc now it says VGA problem... so VGA card prveiously did not work properly it caused the problem...

    thanks for your help.
     
  4. Elvandil

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    Thanks for following up.

    You can mark your own threads "solved" using the button above.
     
  5. cuteselvanayagam

    cuteselvanayagam Thread Starter

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    Hi everybody,

    In our Network there are 50 Computers.. All are connected to Main Server(Windows 2003 Server) in that server I have created one folder and shared it for everbody to access that particular folder thorough that any body can transfer any data or can create any folder and they can keep their data.... in this case if any body delete the folder or delete others folder... how can i trace who has deleted at what time.. at the same time who has created the folder or insert the data... Please help me on this matter....

    Main Server O/S - Windows 2003 Server
    All the Client Pc - XP Professional SP2

    All the users created in the Server....
     
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