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Re: booting my laptop
If you wanna fix the issue
log on to http://support.microsoft.com/kb/330182/
or incase you don't have anything on your system to loose go for a reinstall
it will delete everything you have on the system
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you will have to choose your operating system and you will get instructions along with screenshots.
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blue screen is a fatal warning in computer software, meaning the hardware setup is lacking or some shared file was deleted, on your laptop then press f8 then click safe mode, in your anti virus delete or clean bhdvrx86.sys ok or ----> http://www.bestspywarescanner.net/errors/BHDrvx86.sys.html <---- learn more<br />
Can you access the BIOS? To try this, press the power button to start booting the computer, immediately after doing so, start tapping either the F1 or F2 key. The BIOS screen should look something similar to this:
The error is a software error in the NT File System which is the format that you have installed on your computer.
The repair is to boot to the CD installation disc or a copy of the boot
discd (K)s and open the repair console to repair the file
system....since you are unable to boot to the repair console then your
only option is to reformat and reinstall....I hope that you have your
system backed up!
it seems that this particular message can be related to problems with drivers being loaded. so i guest is u are using a xp cd with SP1 try a copy of XP Pro SP2 included .... also check out the ram on your system... ddat could be a bit of a problem also....and last ... in Bios change hdd from AHCI to IDE mode ... xp has a bit of a trouble seeing sata drive