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This is due to either a faulty RAM connection (meaning dirty RAM or faulty RAM module), a faulty hard drive or a software corruption. First of all, get your RAM checked, most of the time this problem happens due to bad RAM. Get it replaced if necessary.
If you had to replace it and it still gives the message, then you will need to perform a checkdisk on it. Obtain a Windows Xp cd and boot to it. Choose the Recovery Console. It will ask you which windows installation to log unto. Choose the C drive (usually option 1). It will ask for Administrator password, enter it and then press enter. If there is no password, just press enter. Next, type after the prompt, chkdsk c: /r and press enter. This will take about 15 minutes to half hour. When finished, type EXIT and restart the computer. Let it boot to hard drive this time and it should boot up fine.
Try this and let me know what happens.
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
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