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    i recently played a movie from my cd drive ,i got an error titled media controll.exe.iclicked ok to terminate the program.from then on my pc starts,turns to blue death screen and restarts continously

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Ok....first off
1. Is your computer a laptop or desktop
2. Which operating system are you running
3. When did this start happening and what were you doing last?


Please let me know so that I can further help you..

Thanks

~~Jasta~~

Posted on Mar 21, 2008

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Hi jfb1407, your windows files are corrupted. Please reinstall your windows operating system. Load your windows CD in to your cdrom drive. As your PC begins to start up press the F8 key every 2 seconds until window boot menu loads. Using your keyboards up & down arrow keys move to highlite your cdrom drive & press enter. Windows should begain to load. You wil see on your screen, Press any key to start from CD...... Press any key. Windows will begin to load, follow the on screen instructions. You want to repair windows. Do not try to recover windows (it will fail). All your personal data will not be erased. Some other programs might need to be re-installed. (not a big deal). When windows has finished you'll need to update windows through, Windows update.

Good Luck & take your time.

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Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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It's probably caused by your CPU overheating, there's a protective device designed to protect your PC if the CPU gets too hot. You could try gently brushing the dust around the fan, while using a vacum cleaner to suck in the dust. If that does'nt work you need to disconnect the fan from the CPU and put a very thin and even film of heat sink. Running temperature is approx. 45c/113f

Posted on Mar 21, 2008

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Check your ram try onther ram

check your power cable , supply , smps step bye step

check that board dont toch the cabinet means ground.

also scan your system with anti virus like avast, quick heal and symantec with update definition
if u gor problem then format your parttion and install new window xp.

Posted on Mar 21, 2008

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