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Startup problem hi, my dell desktop shows an error on a blue screen during setup that reads 0X00000024 (0X00190203, 0X812FF730, 0XC0000102, 0X00000000) PLEASE ADVISE jsmith9892

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    • 1 If a STOP error appears during Windows Setup, it is usually due to a faulty device driver. Bypass the error by pressing F6 when prompted at the beginning of Setup, then check for compatible drivers on the Internet.
    • 2 If a STOP error appears during start-up, and Windows XP was previously running properly, it is likely due to an incompatible software application or device driver that you recently installed. Remove the device or uninstall the program, and restart your computer.
    • 3 If Windows hangs during start-up, use your Windows CD to start the computer. If you need to do repairs, and you are comfortable working at the command line, enter the Recovery Console by pressing "R" at the "Welcome to Setup" screen. Type "help" for a list of commands.
    • 4 If a STOP error appears while Windows is running, it could be caused by drivers, services or hardware problems. The text on the screen may help you pinpoint the problem.
    • 5 If your computer restarts before you can read the STOP error text, view the details in the Event Log. Open Control Panel>Administrative Tools>Event Viewer. In the left-hand pane, click on "System Log." Filter entries to show only error events by choosing View>Filter; click the "Filter" tab, and clear all checkboxes except "Error." Scroll through the entries to find the time and date your computer crashed, and double-click the entry.
    • 6 Read the BSOD text, which might say something like, "If this is the first time you've seen this Stop error screen...," then an explanation and directions. Follow the instructions and see whether they correct the problem. If another BSOD appears, decode the rest of the STOP error in order to search for a solution.
    • 7 Find the symbolic error name. At the top of the BSOD, under the message beginning, "A problem has been detected," the symbolic error name appears in capital letters. One common symbolic error name is "DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL."
    • 8 Decode common abbreviations.
      IRQL (pronounced "Urkel") stands for "interrupt request level."
      KMODE stands for "kernel mode."
      PTES refers to page table entries (PTEs).
      HAL stands for "hardware abstraction layer."
    • 9 Locate the error number. Under "Technical Information," after the word "STOP," you will find an error number (in hexadecimal), such as "0x0000003F." The numbers following the error number, in parentheses, are parameters.
    • 10 Start your computer in Safe Mode, then search Microsoft's Knowledge Base, using the symbolic error name or error number as your search term.

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You might want to follow the trouble shooting wizard on the Dell website, i think you may find this the easiest way to fix your problem. Click on the link below -

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Some other errore should come with this other wise try entering bios setup at boot then enable default setting. thyen restar yr system if it still continues, replace the ram and see. if that doesnt solve yr problem then u format yr system it should be ok.

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