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Windows xp had a problem when i updated my msn messager and i restarted my computer and now it won't load windows..it come up as 0x00000024 and 0x001902fe on the blue sceen..i had tried all and everything even tried from F 8 and tried to restart..

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You can try booting from your WIN XP CD choose the "R" for repair using the Recovery Console option, when you get to the command prompt type CHKDSK /R (you'll need the admin password) and press enter, let it run the repair and see what happens

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