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have you restarted the PC? If you have and it works, then this error is NOT too much to worry about... As long as the drive is Booting for now you can copy off your files etc to say a USB drive... You do not need to copy the programs etc, usually you simply copy over your "My Documents" or "Users" directories. As all files saved are generally "Under" there if you have any, anywhere else of course you need to get them as well. Now the drive may NOT be totally "Ruined" it may simply require a Re-Format, and then replace the Operating System. After which you can restore your settings. Below is a Microsoft link that tells you how.www.microsoft.com › ... › Computer Setup and Maintenance - Either with the "Old" drive or a "New" drive. set BIOS to boot from CD/DVD and put the Windows Install DVD in the drive, boot of this and follow instructions, when you come to the place to partition & Format, do this and do a full NTFS format... after which your system will be installed and you can load your drivers and programs againAlso before doing all this go to the manufacturers web site and download ALL drivers for your model PC & Operating System. You need to do this so you can install the drivers for all your Video, Sound, WiFi network etc. after you install your operating System
kernell has over run the memory....
some corrupt registries may also cause this issue...
u can try to run a registry cleaner (Tuneup Utilitis or Registry defrag etc can do the job...search in google)
do a clean install of OS after data backup
I would do a complete reinstall. It looks like you have really upset your pc. The kernal files are part of the main operating system and when they mess up its not good. As I said I would redo the pc..Sorry to say you will lose all personal files on pc..
Please stop using the laptop and have it serviced. You may be able to fix it yourseff if you're mechanically inclined and get yourself the service manual from Dell. I got mine for my Inspiron 9100 for about $10 from eBay.
The wires that feed the signal to the screen are located in the hinge area, and using the laptop in this condition is probably shorting the wires, causing the blue screen of death.
Hi there This message usually pops up in the "blue screen" This Stop message indicates that a kernel-mode process or driver
attempted to access a memory address to which it did not have
permission to access. This error usually occurs after the installation of a buggy device
driver, system service, or BIOS. To resolve it quickly, restart your
computer, and press F8 and select "Last Known Good Configuration" this should repair the machine, although in some case the system has to be recovered
It is best practice with a used computer to completely format and
clean-install Windows. In your case, this is what you definitely need to
do after performing some hardware diagnostics. Here are links that will
show you how to do a clean install and what you will need on hand: