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Does not work anymore.

I got a few blue screen .
I have interrupted the rebooting .
I do not have a System restore or restore kit
Now , when reformatting it ,the computer does not read properly
the windows XP and skips many files.
Does any body has a restore kit?
Thanks

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  • willer_ghelf Jan 23, 2009

    Hello there,



    Blue page :Page_Fault_IN_Nonpaged_area

    Hard drives are there , master primary /secondary.

    I could reformat C , then it starts reading the Win XP, but cannot read all files, specially .dll , so i skip them, then suddebly the BlueScreen. I does not reboot automatically



    Thank you

  • markus
    markus May 11, 2010

    Your harddrive are maybe dead...

    Go to the bios and check if you can see any harddrive.

    Is there any code on the blue screen?

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I think yours is ahardware issue maily with the ram , that is why the files are skipping and you are getting blu fatal error screen , try to do the following

  1. try with new cd
  2. change the ram and check
  3. try with new hardisk

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