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WinXP Blue Screen Of Death, Safe Mode Freezes!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by tsgforumuser, Apr 11, 2007.

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  1. tsgforumuser

    tsgforumuser Thread Starter

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    I have no idea what caused this.
    All scans show my computer as being clean.
    My CPU usage is 100% after opening a web browser and stays that way after its closed.
    When I try and boot into safe mode, it freezes before WinXP finishes loading drivers (before the login screen, when the screen its still in text mode)
    Every time I turn off my computer the End Program window pops up, and it's rarely ever able to end the program. Usually I have to terminate whatever it was so I can shut the computer down.
    Last night when I attempted to shut the computer down, it gave me a blue text mode screen telling me that a serious error had occurred, that the system was corrupted, and that I would have to restart the computer to see if WinXP could recover. It did, and it gave me a link to a microsoft website which told me to backup all my files.

    OS: WinXP, Pentium 4 3GHZ
    Mem: 1GB Ram
    Video: Nvidia GeForce 6800 GS/XT (latest drivers installed)

    This morning I've everything SQL related because it wasn't being used any more.
    There is a System restore file but it was made before removing the SQL programs.
    Will restoring my computer to that point damage my computer or system registry?
     
  2. winbob

    winbob

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    Download Process Explorer:

    http://www.snapfiles.com/get/processexplorer.html

    Start it up BEFORE you launch the browser. When you start the browser, quickly minimize it and watch the results on the Process Explorer screen.

    This should identify the culprit.
     
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