System has recovered from serious trouble

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nosrej312

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after changing my internal modem my pc keep on nagging me at startup that it has recovered from a serious problem..ill just ignore it and it will work with out any problem...how can i stop this windows xp from telling me that it has recovered from serious problem....thanks for any advice.
 
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Did you uninstall the old modem from device manager before replacing it?

If not you may have a serious driver conflict as the old driver remnants are fed to the new one.

Have you loaded the correct drivers for the new modem?
 

nosrej312

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yes i have completely uninstalled the old driver...the new modem came with an installation cd that i have also installed.... The error signature goes like this....BCCode:1000008e BCP1:C0000005 BCP2:804f2906 BCP3:F100c774 BCP4:00000000 OSVer:5_1_2600 Sp:0_0 Product:256_1...any idea what this mean?...thanks
 
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Recreate the pagefile:

Right-click My Computer> Properties> Advanced> Performance> settings> Advance> virtual memory> change.
Check: No Page File. Click 'set'. Cleik 'yes' after the message.

Click System Managed Size. Click OK a few times and reboot.

If not, try turning off System Restore, reboot, and turn it back on.
 

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Hi Firah!...thanks for the advice....the problem just went away without me doing anything....anyway ill try your advice next time i encounter the same problem again....thanks!
 
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