Windows Xp repeating error

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ak406

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So i keep getting multiple errors and i dont no what the problem is. This is happening time after time and each time i just reinstall windows xp. But now this is occurring within DAYS of each other and it is very irritating reinstall xp each time and reinstalling all my programs and updates ect. When i load into windows i get the error registry data recoverd or something to that matter and i also get application failure errors but i cant read them because it restarts to quick. Other times it does not fully boot up and i get stop blue screen of death errors. They change each time and i dont no which ones to put

One: stop 0x00000050 (0xe25c7fe4, 0x00000000, 0x804dadf8, 0x00000001)
Two: stop 0x00000001A (0X00041284, 0X72D21001, 0X00000000, 0XC0503000)

now i cant even get into windows to debug anythign im wondering if i can fix it through the recovery console or somethign like that. I would reinstall windows but i would like to figuare out why this is occuring so i can stop it from happening again. I cant get into windows to perform a dump or do i no what that even is. If anyone can help me out that would be great and i would be very thakful

Thank you for your time


edit*** somehow i restarted and i am in windows right now. the window came up telling me about registry recovery and now it didnt reboot or go to blue screen or anything. I am afraid to shut it off so i will keep it up
 
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