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Windows XP, Blue screen of death

When I turn on my computer it goes to a blue screen that reads x00004 fatal system error.. nothing i press on the keyboard ( DF1 or F12 ) helps. Its just frozen. Help!

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  • sequence04 Oct 21, 2008

    re-install the operating system? I dont know if I have any disk like that? where would i get one?.. and by use any hard drive partition software ( im guessing you mean, just any application i have , which i have tried-nothing happens ) Is my computer dead?? ; (

  • sequence04 Oct 21, 2008

    re-install the operating system? I dont know if I have any disk like that? where would i get one?.. and by use any hard drive partition software ( im guessing you mean, just any application i have , which i have tried-nothing happens ) Is my computer dead?? ; (

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Yes there is something you can do other than formatting and losing everything you have.

How many sticks of memory do you have installed on your computer? If there is more than one take one out at a time and see if the blue screen goes away to determine if any of the RAM sticks are bad.

If that doesn't work/make a difference:
See if you can goto a friends house and plug in your hdd and do a error check on it. If it passes transfer any data you may not want to lose, since a format is probably in order

If it doesn't pass, most likely you will need to replace HDD due to bad sectors. See if you can transfer anything off of it since HDD replacement is in order.

Back to your comptuer:
If everything checks out with your HDD, try booting off of a xp install cd and see if you can format your HDD,
Now if that doesn't work, the mainboard will most likely have to be replaced. Now would be a good time to replace your powersupply as well as these are fairly inexpensive. I would keep your old RAM and put back in new mainboard.

Basically, the worst case you may need to replace HDD, RAM, or motherboard. Either one is a fairly inexpensive solution.

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    Daniel Jenkins Oct 21, 2008

    You will probably want to order Windows XP Pro or get it from a friend if you don't have an XP CD.

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Re-install the operatng sytem. nothing else you can do.
use any hard drive partition software should tell you if your hard drive is still good.

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

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    Frank Oct 22, 2008

    go to you friend who have a virus software on a CD, scan for virus, and also see if your friend has a hard drive installation software. you can recover the MBR. it should let you access the hard drive.

    if you are sure how to do these, you can take it have it repair

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