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This is not unusual, Sometimes the software encounters a order that it cannot follow and looks into its error data and sends this message. It maybe a problem downloading an update from Windows, it could be a virus encounter, it could be malware ( Advertisers hijacking your desktop). If it occurs often, then you need to clean somethings out. See: http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/xpperformance/thread/bb4e514d-9afc-41ba-b926-366d2da5e65e
Why do it the hard way? If your HDD is bad, most probably the system files are corrupted too and getting/making a bootable CD from the HDD files is just wasting your effort. If you laptop CD/DVD drive is still good, then use the options below: -
1. Go to any torrents site download "hp oem xp" disc from the site & burn the bootable image to a CDR.
2. Go the the Hp support Site & download the XP drivers for your Laptop model.
3. Then you can do a new installations on your Laptop.
Your problem doesn't relate so much to WinXP SP2 as to SF, which you should explain properly; it sounds like running SF's software lets you browse their site. On the case, it had a problem running such as running out of available RAM or other facilities it requires, and crashed (with a courtesy message which you quoted.)
Too bad the message didn't describe the actual problem encountered! You can (if the internet cafe permits) look in the WinXP system logs (using administrative tools) to see if there is information on why Specialforce.exe exited abnormally.
Other than that, just retry, get more data, and find out whether that cafe lets you run programs downloaded from SF.
This is a problem with Microsoft's RSS Feed Reader. As most people use a different Reader (or don't use RSS at all) this can be disabled. Please follow the instructions below to disable it.
Open Internet Explorer.
Click Tools>>then Internet Options.
Click on the Content tab.
At the bottom, under the Feeds section, click Settings.
Uncheck all boxes and click OK.
Click OK to close the window.
Close Internet Explorer and reopen.
When you right-click a file, Windows Explorer may quit unexpectedly, or you may receive an "Access Violation" error message, or you may receive the following error message:
Windows Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience. When you view the details of the error, you find an error signature similar to the following:
AppName AppVer ModName ModVer Offset --------------------------------------------------------------- Explorer.exe 6.0.2800.1221 Ntdll.dll 5.1.2600.1217 00054084
After you install Windows 2000 Service Pack4 (SP4) or the 823980 security patch (MS03-026) documented in MicrosoftKnowledge Base article 823980, you may not be able to open .max or .drffiles in the following products:
Sounds like U got too much going on. Open the MSconfig - startup tab and uncheck everything, reboot. System will start what it needs to start. Do cleanup then defrag.
Do the above at least once a week.
WinXP sp3 is not available for download. Cleanup Ur machine first.