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Blue Screen Hello, I recieved a blue screen that says: stop: 0x0000008e(0xc0000005, 0xbf803eb6, 0xf88007c4, 0x00000000) win32k.sys- address BF803EB6 base BF8000000, date stamp 47e0e10b now it won't let me restart it just looks like it is attempting to start windows xp. Then goes straight to this blue screen. I cannot get into my computer other than the F2, F12 and F8 options. Please Help I hope i didnt lose all my files. Thank you

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  • deepee86 Sep 02, 2008

    hi i have the same problem, same error codes n all!! what did u do to fix it? i'm d/l dell media direct, also trying to locate win xp to reintall or fix somehow..is the correct way to go or is there a better way??

    David

  • pca911sc Jan 21, 2009

    Same issue... except I am unable to boot up in recovery mode as display looks like this when I try:

    Windows XP Professional setup:
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    Setup did not find any Hard disk drives installed on your computer...

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    I receive the same message when I attempt to set-up windows using the CD.

    I have used the on board Diags partition to test the Hard Drive and there are NO issue. everything passes..

    At this point I am willing to buy a Hard Drive if the message indicates that is the problem rather than fading or bad RAM ( which also passes diags )

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For the avira fix, i know i'm jumping the gun before d/ling it, but how will it work? just pop it in and let it work?? or are there some prior steps??

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There are a lot of reports of this error cropping up within the past week or two, based on the address it's at. I resolved one problem like this with Avira's bootable rescue CD; currently back in Safe Mode and running a different virus scanner now that's also turned up multiple hits.

I had to boot to the recovery console for a chkdsk /r first because the MFT and MFT Mirror were out of sync, but that may well just be the system I had. If that's a problem you have, the Avira CD will silently skip the NTFS partition because it's Linux-based and the ntfs-3g driver won't mount damaged NTFS partitions.

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Start by pressing F2 at start up and going into the bios. The do the hard drive test, if it fails, then your hard drive has failed and will need replaced, and yes, you are going to lose your files. If the drive passes the test, then you will need to run a system repair with your recovery or operating system disc. The repair will allow you to fix the glitch in the operating system without losing any of your files.

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