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Windows crash What does error code Stop: 0X0000000A (0XF8BB32C0, 0X00000002, 0X00000001, 0X804D9B68), mean? What do I need to do to make my computer work?

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These are operating system errors. Start by doing a check disc from the bios or set up. The check disc is a hard drive test, if anything fails then you have a hard drive crash and you will need to replace the hard drive. If it passes, then you will need to run a repair on the operating system using your recovery or operating system disc. If you have any hang ups or issues during or after the repair then you will need to completely reload a fresh copy of the operating system.

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It is possible that the malware is to blame, in which case a computer technician will need to sort it out.

I think it may be a bad memory module or loose memory module connection.

Take care!
damnor01

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When I start my computer a blue screen pops up then it crashes. It has text on it but I don't get a chance to read it.


download Microsoft Debugging tool here
just select the version of your computer (OS and if it is 32bit or 64)

install it.

then check this link on how to use the windows debugging tool
click here

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Every time that there is a blue screen error or a stop error, windows generates a dump file that has the details about the crash error. the dump file is located in this folder
C:\windows\minidump

you have to run the debugger, click on file, select ran deugger for crash error then after that browse to that folder and lod the minidump file.

in order for you to fully understand how to user the windows debugger, you have to read the link that i posted above.

the result of debugging will give you a detailed analysis on the problem, it could be driver issue, or the device or the OS itself

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stuart607

This stop code, "0x0000000A irql_not_less_or_equal" normally refers to a driver problem. So this is one of the few times where the files that the BSOD lists actually is important. Next I would try to boot the computer into safemode and reinstall/drivers related to that file to see if this make a difference.

Let me know if you have any more problems or questions

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If you mean this errors
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Boot up with your XP install CD and do a repair.
Go through with intalling XP on the same partition, pass the first repair notification, you will eventually get to another repair choice, this option will restore files and should leave your daa intact.

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Likely a driver issue.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314063

Boot to the safe mode, run a system restore to before the problem, see if it is resolved. A lot of the time, issues like this are caused by a combination for old drivers and new windows updates.

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Just use ORIGINAL OS CD and repair OS everything will work fine!

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