When u power up the computer pressF8 key the enter in safe mode.
if u enter then type in run "chkdsk /r"
then restart the computer.
if u not enter in safe mode then u need recovery disk .and go to recovery console.boot with recovery disk ten inter in recovery console then type in command propmt "chkdsk /r"
then it recovers bad sectors then check .if u still get error then u have to repair xp.
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This appears the be a RAM memory read error. Try removing one of the memory modules, and run the system see if the error still occurs. Then try the other module. If issue is only associated with 1 module, replace that one.
This Stop message occurs when requested data is not found in memory.
The system generates a fault, which normally indicates that the system
looks for data in the paging file. In this circumstance, however, the
missing data is identified as being located within an area of memory
that cannot be paged out to disk. The system faults, but cannot find,
the data and is unable to recover. Faulty hardware, a buggy system
service, antivirus software, and a corrupted NTFS volume can all
generate this type of error.
Good chances are, you have a bad memory stick. If you have 2 memory sticks installed, take one out. If it still does it, put that memory stick back in and pull out the other one. If you're still having problems, you might have to reinstall windows.
Most likely the computer itself, the mother board in the Dells aren't very good. I would suggest the next time you buy a computer you should get a Mac. You'll have no problems at all, and you'll find that Microsoft Office for Mac runs far better too.
If you purchased your I6000 after 2005, then it still has the PC Restore option. For Dell system with Windows XP, your can restore your computer to factory settings by pressing CTRL+F11 when you see the page after the big DELL Logo. It's a BLACK SCREEN with a blue bar at the top and it has www.dell.com written in white. Usually this screen will show up in between the DELL Logo and Windows Logo.
Believe it or not, this sounds like a memory problem. Anytime you see an error of a page fault in a non-paged area, teh first thing to look for is memory issues. Can you move the memory stick(s) around? Try that first. Microsoft does not handle memory errors in certain areas very well. Sometimes moving the physical sticks around can place the bad memory cell into a less critical area that can be handled better.
that is a memory dump, try to remember what hardware or software did you install or uninstalled recently, if you can log-in on windows try uninstalling or reinstalling the hardware or the software. if it fails, run the windows recovery on the cd and repair the windows installation.