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    Need more information. The blue screen includes information that indicates the nature of the problem and sometimes the offending file. Please write down everything and post it.

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Okay
first of all heck yout
RAM is fixed properly in its slot then checksystem if u get same erros again.
then u need to bootable win xp recovery or source setup disk.
if u hve then simply boot your system with c d rom in firt boot devic then follow te steps.
then go to recovry console.then typein command prompt 'chkdsk /r'
then it rstrt then if u need to repir os then pres r then folow again ame procedure but this time pres enter and u have to go to repair win xp option.

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