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Computer keeps crashing on startup

When the computer turns on it will start to load everything and before i can start to do anything it will crash and the blue screen pops up saying windows is shutting down to prevent damage to your computer and it has driver_not_equal_or_less if this is your first time youve seen this stop error screen restart your computer. if this screen appears again follow these steps:

Check to make sure any new hardware or software is correctly installed if that doesnt help disable or remove any new hardware of software...

tech information:

*** STOP : 0x000000D1 (0x00000014, 0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0x8C0A7F7C)

*** ndusuio.sys - Address 8CoA7F7C base at 8CoA50000, DateStamp 4549b2f2

It will allow me to do safe mode with networking and that will stay on for about an hour and then that also crashes and comes up with the same screen. I have tried to do a reboot to last known good configuration and it had the same result. There is a program that I know is probably a virus its called Personal Antivirus. I have tried to remove it but my computer wont stay on long enough to do so. Will that one program cause my computer to keep crashing? Or is something else causing it?

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Whatever the reason, it seems that WINDOWS has crashed or is about to. I would recommend a re-install. Your data would be safe but you will have to re-install other progs. Alternatively, if you can take a backup of your data (not the progs) thenformat the disk while installing Windows. Do you have a partition on the HDD? If no, then partitin the disk and keep C: only for Windows. This way you are safer comparatively whe undergoing a viral attack.

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Some thing wrong with your ram or hard disk.format hard disk using dos.you cannot use dos which is given in winxp use win 98 bootcd.
then install windows hope it work.if this not solve problem check ram,pci cards,or chanage hhd.when something wrong with your hardware or motherboard this type of error come.first i prefer do steps which given above then open your back of pc.

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If you can run in safe mode and access the internet, there is a way to remove the Personal Antivirus malware. It is involved and too long to list here, but go to
www.2-spyware.com/remove-personal-antivirus.html

You may still have other virus problems if Personal Antivirus malware has been on your system for some time
If you cannot run in safe mode or cannot access the internet, I would reformat your HDD, reload Windows and reload your applications to make sure that you have a clean system. Also, you should make a system backup so that you can restore the system should you have problems at a later date.
The solution is not simple.

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Hi,
That blue screen you see is the ever dreaded Blue Screen Of Death or BSOD for short. Most of the time it's a hardware issue. Could be a hard drive or memory failing, or it's a cpu or motherboard issue. Check processor to see temperature in bios.

Unplug all devices...cd rom...graphics cards, etc. Just have memory and hard drive connected. See what happens. If BSOD still, then put memory in another slot, just use one stick, or try a new stick See if you can try another hard drive to narrow it down to a HD or cpu or mb issue.

Good luck,
Hank




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