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I have received a Blue Screen Error but I do NOT have the XP disk

I have received a Blue Screen error: Technical Information; STOP: 0x0000007E (0xC00001D, 0x80537008, 0xF79AF3B8, 0xF79AF0B4)

I have an HP mini 1000 with Windows XP Home Edition and I do NOT have the Windows XP disk.

None of the options under F8 work; no matter which option I choose; safe mode, safe mode with networking, safe mode with comand prompt, last known good configuration, etc....nothing works. They all take me right back to the "Start Windows Normally" page with the same options. I have removed any external hardware devices.

I need to know how to get Windows rebooted, without a disk, and without being able to run the computer in safe mode.

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If you cant get online on your pc you're gonna need to go to someone else's and download a windows boot disk from the ms website then boot your pc from that, choose recovery console then repair boot partition.

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