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I need help that even Emachines can't help.


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Tstankmchoody

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When i turn on my computer it starts normaly until it looks like it should be done loading my windows XP, But then i get a horrible blue screen stating "Inconsistency detected in the PCI Bus driver's internal structures." it tells me that i should try to check if any newly added software or hardware is installed right, and it tells me that if i can't do it in normal loggin then i have to go to safe mode, it also gives me the ***stop: 0X000000A1 (0XDEAD0010, 0X81B02610, 060X8, 0X0X8) message

But the problem is that i can't go into safe mode or normal mode, or load my last known configuration, i get the same thing all the time. So i E-mailed Emachines asking for help, and the jerks gave me the same information i already knew. I have to use a system restore disk. But seeing how i got this computer from a friend, i have no restore disk, and i wouldn't want to use one considering i would lose everything on my computer. If anyone can help me out with any ideas on how to fix this problem please tell me.
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dsenette

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can you start in safe mode wtih command prompt?
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no i can't get into anything at all. everything will just result in the bluescreen
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you sure on that error message?

0X000000A1 or 0X0000001A ?
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It is for sure without a doubt 0X000000A1
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