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Dell computer will not boot up. I have xp professional windows, the computer will not boot up. I then have a screen that comes up to try safe mode. Doesn't help. I have a message that says stop:0xooooooo24(0x82f26820,0xc0000102,0x00000000)

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Boot to your Windows XP CD, press R for Recovery console, run CHKDSK /R see if that resolves.

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