hi im josh in cebu phils. friend try this stuff to help you solve the problem.
This is a new error message in Windows XP that is displayed
after you've had a program crash. (In Windows XP—in most cases—a program crash
doesn't crash the entire operating system.) The message goes on to tell you that
a log of this error has been created, and then prompts you to "please tell
Microsoft about this problem." If you click the Send Error Report button, your
computer will connect to the Internet and send the aforementioned error report
to Microsoft. You also have the option to not send the report.
What happens when you click the Send Error Report button? Well,
you can see for yourself by clicking the "To see what data this error report
contains, click here" link. Windows will now display a totally incomprehensible
collection of technical information that doesn't tell you diddly squat.
The big concern, of course, is how much of this information is
technical and how much is personal; most users don't want to send Microsoft any
more personal data than they absolutely have to. Microsoft says
that they don't intentionally collect your name,
address, email address, or any other personal information—however, the error
report itself might include data files that contain this type of
So, should you send the error report? I'd recommend not, as you
don't directly benefit from it; Microsoft uses this information for future bug
fixes, not to help you with your specific problem. Just click the Don't Send
button and continue with whatever you were doing before the message
By the way, if you get this message every time you turn on your
PC, you need to update your version of Windows XP with Service Pack 1. This is a
bug in the original Windows XP code that affects a small number of systems, and
was fixed by Microsoft in SP1.
Unmountable boot volume
This message is generated when certain Windows XP files become
garbled, making your hard disk inaccessible. The solution is to use XP's new
Recovery Console utility to repair the installation. Follow these steps:
Reboot your computer using the Windows installation
When you see the Welcome to Setup screen, press the R key on
your keyboard to start the Recovery Console.
You're now presented with a command prompt. Enter chkdsk and press Enter.
Enter exit and press
Enter to quit the Recovery Console and restart your
If this doesn't fix the problem, restart the Recovery Console
and run the chkdsk /r
Windows protection error
This error typically occurs when your computer attempts to load
or unload a problematic virtual device driver (VXD). In most cases, the
problematic driver is mentioned in the error message; in other cases, however,
you'll have no clue as to what is causing the problem.
If you can track down the driver causing the problem, you can
usually fix things by reinstalling or updating the driver, repairing any damaged
Registry entries, or eliminating any driver conflicts.
good luck friend.