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trouble starting windows 98

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by Glassblower, Jan 13, 2003.

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  1. Glassblower

    Glassblower Thread Starter

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    When i start up windows it kicks to the blue screen.... after i restart it will only let me start in the safe mode with a message that not all my window drivers are loading?
     
  2. Taggman

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    What type of machine are you running?
    PII, P3. How much memory do you have?
    Typically Blue screen means that you have run out of memory or there is a memory conflict. This could apply to both the hard drive space or the amoutn of RAM that you have.
    Need more info.
     
  3. Glassblower

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    It is a gateway Pentium 3 i just added 128 in memoryand it worked fine....( it had 64 to start with )
     
  4. Glassblower

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    also added the memory the day before ..... it gave me a message of heck your network settings ... but they were fine...... also when i ran the scan disk in the safe mode it said that scan disk restarted 10 times due to a program running and i had no programs running?
     
  5. Hairy

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    Hello glassblower!

    it's booting you to safe mode so that you can fix it.......

    said "blue screen" says what <B>exactly</B>?

    "message that not all my window drivers are loading"......nope...what does it really say

    and your version of Windows is?
     
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