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Blue screen...sometimes a white screen?

A few days ago, a black screen with white text appeared on my laptop giving me the option of starting up in safe mode, safe mode with networking, safe mode with command prompt, Last known configuration that worked, or starting windows normally. When I attempted to make a selection, the computer was unresponsive, so I did an emergency shut down and attempted to start it up again. Afterwards it brought me to the advanced start up options screen. Now, I've tried starting up with each one, and each time it's brought me to the same blue screen of death with the stop code 0x000000ED, then shut off and restarted on it's own again only to repeat the process. At times, instead of the blue screen being flashed after the splash screen, the screen will begin to go almost completely white, starting from the edges and melting towards the center. you can barely make out what appears to be mozilla firefox, which is what I had running before it began acting up.Also, on one occasion, I turned of the wireless to see if that would have any effect, and a message flashed for a spalit second saying "starting memory dump", then restarted and did what it did before.

My laptop is an HP pavillion ze2000 (ze2113us) and is almost 4 years old. If anyone could help me regarding this matter, I'd appreciate it.

-Rachel

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  • a_chika Dec 20, 2008

    Is it possible to boot xp from a flash drive? Also, I've attempted to boot in safe mode with command prompt in the past, but it never makes it passed the splash screen.

  • a_chika Dec 20, 2008

    I don't have the xp recovery disks, and was thinking of transferring the boot data onto my flash drive and going that route instead?

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This error is caused by a bad sector or error on the HD. The best course of action to start with would be to either boot up from a windows XP CD or you can try going into safe mode with command prompt. Once you get to a command prompt you will want to type the command chkdsk /r. This will run a scan of the hard drive and repair any issues it is having. If you are booting from an XP CD you will want to choose the options for repair and go to the repair console. For further information please read http://support.microsoft.com/kb/297185

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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    Christian Goforth Dec 20, 2008

    There is no easy way to boot XP from a flash drive. The direct answer to this is yes it is possible but would take many hours to configure and a very high degree of understanding how both hardware and software interact and some programming knowledge on top of all of that. I have seen it done but do not recommend it and again it would take longer to do this then it would to just do a reinstall of XP on your system.

  • Christian Goforth
    Christian Goforth Dec 20, 2008

    Here is an artical on how to make a bootable flash drive but in order to do it you would need an XP CD to do this.http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/510...

    If you have a Fat32 partition instead of an NTFS you could try an old windows 98 boot disk to get to a command prompt but again this will only work depending on how your hard drive is formated.http://www.bootdisk.com/bootdisk.htm

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