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Tried to reinstall xp but system has crahsed with message that " Disable or uninstall any antivirus, disk defragmentation or backup utilities. But I can not do anything as can not proceed beyond this screen.

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You could probably boot-up with a bootable win xp copy and do the installation from thereon. This way you would be able to bypass an running application's that stopping you to run the installation within windows.

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When you get a Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD) on your computer this can be very frustrating. Below is the info you need to get from a BSOD because the way that Microsoft words the message a lot of people miss the real important parts. With the right information this will helps tech support help you address your problem quickly.

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Note the file name that the BSOD list normally is not important in troubleshooting the in most cases it just point to the point where Windows had the problem.

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ok my friend

go to safe mode
disable every security system (antivirus or antispyware).
run defragmentation on ur C drive

by RIGHT clicking on my computer and then select manage
select disk defragmenter and continue

at the end

go to start
go to run
type cmd
hit ok
type this command
Chkdsk /f /r
hit enter

reboot the computer

hope that will fix it

cheers

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