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Unknown Hard Error

I have a problem on my motherboard asus p4vp-mx. When Im stalling my pc there an error message going out " Stop: C0000221 Unknown Hard Error \ SystemRoot\system32\ntdll.dll."

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  • Pinyachta Dec 06, 2008

    Had same issue the solution worked!

    Asus P4VP-MX w/ P4 2.8Ghz, 2 GB PC2700 DDR 333 MHZ 184PIN Cas Latency (CL) 2.5 HIGH DENSITY 2.5V, Non-Parity, Non-ECC, Unbuffered SDRAM.

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It's probably a corrupted file on the hard drive due a variety of reasons. A simple defrag might fix it but it's unlikely, so it is probably preferable to a Repair function from your XP install CD. These kinds of errors with XP were not uncommon. After the Repair assuming it works and I'm fairly certain that it will, defrag your hard drive and then start getting the new updates for your system.
Illustrated procedures located here

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

  • jhaycher Apr 27, 2011

    i think its a problem with bios of mobo, coz i also encountered that problem, i change the memory, harddrive, power supply, processor, still that error appears when installing windows xp.

  • Ravel Lively
    Ravel Lively Apr 28, 2011

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314474
    Another strong possibility is the CD or DVD being installed from is causing the issue by installing a corrupted file, i.e. either the file on media is faulty and/or decompression from media is faulty, possibly but not necessarily due to a hardware issue in which case the CD/DVD reader,memory, or hard drive might be the culprit. In most cases , a clean format and re-installation from known good media will solve this issue. If one knows for sure the media is good, especially on another computer then consider the possibility that the CD/DVD reader in the suspect computer might not be reading the media properly. I have personally seen this on several occasions

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Set the bios jumper to pins 2&3 for a few seconds. Than move the jumper back to pins 1&2 (Normal). Boot your system & enter the bios menu. Reset all your settings, save & exit. If you still receive a blue screen chances are there is an issue with your hard disk drive or another device within the system. You can also try pressing the F5 key during boot up & choose Safe mode with command prompt. C:\space fixmbr press enter
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