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0x0000008E and other Windows errors are often caused by registry errors.
Multiple corrupt registry enteries pile up when you delete and install programs, especially when you install new programs over old ones that were not deleted as required. Checking all the registry entries manually is possible, but it is time-taking and the risk to damage important registry entries is extremely high.
these are the possible causes viruses, faulty RAM, hardware failure, driver incompatibility.
try booting into safemode tap F8 upon pwering the system select safemode if it logs in safemode goot try doing a disc defragment or better yet back up all your data possible that you may need to reimage windows after reimaging if the issue still happens then it is possbile that your system RAM has degraded or may need replacing ..... ^_^
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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