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Thank you Hello Many thanks for answering my querry! I have managed to read the error it seems to have. It starts with BAD_POOL_CALLER and techincal info is: ***STOP:0x000000C2 (0x00000043, 0xD9564000, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) It also says If problem continues disable or remove any newly installed h/ware or s/ware (havent installed any) Disable BIOS memory options such as cachingor shadowing. If you need to use safe mode to remove or disable components, restart comp, Press F8 to select adanced startup options and then select Safe Mode. (like you said but nothing happens) HELP if you can as I am at a loss now! I havent installed any h/ware or s/ware - only listened to a radio station through it last night and I go on Second Life - but been on Second Life since January 08.

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Ok one thing you should download and run is http://www.memtest86.com/ to test the Ram Memory.

to fix the startup problem you need a windows XP CD thats the only solution I got for the moment.

boot witch winxp cd. wait until a welcome to setup messages appear.
press R for console.
write in that window when C:\> appears "chkdsk /R" let that run and your problem should be solved.
good luck

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