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First Thing I would try would be to try and boot into safe mode, keep pressing F8 (about once a second, but not too quick) after the bios screens have gone, when you get the menu then select safe mode, if it boots into this mode it is a driver issue, maybe cause by something new installed or a driver update failed. You would need to try and remove this new device via the device manager in the control panel, and remove from the computer itself.
If not this and without further infomation from the event logs, the 2nd most common cause from this is Hard Disc Corruption, this may be resolved by a wipe/reinstall of your windows OS from the recovery cd/media (you will lose all your data on the drive, you may get this saved if you go through a IT pro to do it for you), if it continues to do it, there may be a corruption on the boot sector of the drive that cant be resolved, in which case you would need to replace the hard drive and reinstall.
Hard drive has bad sectors on it which is why its giving you that message even though you can go thru the restore. Normally going thru the system cd and then the recovery cd should bring you into windows with the device drivers installed.
That blue screen you get is known to be the BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death) and is also known as the Blue Screen Error. The BSOD is caused by a device driver or chages in drivers or may even be a virus. Try obtaining a Windows reinstallation disk and reinstall windows. Keep trying your backup disk and look on the internet on how to use backup disks.
Sorry, but there's no real way to troubleshoot this without actually having the device. The problem you describe could be anything from a simple corrupted system32 driver or MBR (master boot record), to a hardware failure. The simplest thing you could try is to boot from your OS installation CD/DVD, reinstall the OS, and re-install your applications. Next would be to re-format the boot drive and restore your data from your most recent backup. Sorry I don't have better news for you.
given the symptoms, it points to motherboard.. if it was processor, video or ram. it wouldnt boot at all and you'd just get error beeps from your laptop. i'd first try resetting the bios, by removing the bios battery for 30 min, then putting it back in. if that doesnt work try changing it out, usually costs under 8 bucks. if that doesnt work then I would change out the motherboard, if its cost effective.
first of all heck yout
RAM is fixed properly in its slot then checksystem if u get same erros again.
then u need to bootable win xp recovery or source setup disk.
if u hve then simply boot your system with c d rom in firt boot devic then follow te steps.
then go to recovry console.then typein command prompt 'chkdsk /r'
then it rstrt then if u need to repir os then pres r then folow again ame procedure but this time pres enter and u have to go to repair win xp option.