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Stop: 0x0000001E error on installation (W2K Pro)

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by angelic_joy, Dec 7, 2001.

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  1. angelic_joy

    angelic_joy Thread Starter

    Feb 22, 2000
    Last night I attempted to install Windows 2000 Professional (using the upgrade option) from WindowsME upgrade (got tired of the constant errors & crashes). Now, when I attempt to start up the computer I get the following blue screen of death+error:

    ***Stop: 0x0000001E (0xC0000005), 0x805667B8, 0x00000000, 0x0000000C) KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED

    ***Address 805667B8 base at 8040000, DateStamp 384d9b17_ntoskrnl.exe

    I tried to do the troubleshooting procedures suggested in the installation manual, but am unsure of the bios part. I should also point out that I attempted to boot up in safe mode with no success...just got the same error.

    Is there anything I can do to get the OS up and running without having to f-disk and reinstall my previous OS? HELP!!

    Here's my computer info:
    Processor - Pentium-S 166 MHz
    Base memory - 640k
    Extended memory - 162816k
    Award Modular BIOS v4. (ASUS P5A-B ACPI BIOS)

  2. SavvyLady


    Oct 14, 2001
    Not sure but in WinME there is a restore WinME in Help... on the left side mid ways down... go to Help & see that

    Savvy :)
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