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Fatal System Error on Start up

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When starting up my computer, this problem comes up:

STOP: c000021a
{Fatal System Error}
The Windows Logon Process system process terminated unexpectedl with a status of

The system has been shut down.

I restarted my laptop after installing 47 updates. I have found a set of instructions which might be able to fix the problem, but it mentions a Windows XP disc, which wasn't included with my laptop? The computer also had a few viruses on as well.

What can be done to fix the problem, because I will be needing the laptop urgently for work?

I have tried all of the options on the Boot Menu, shown below. This isn't the actual menu though. If it helps, the machine runs on Windows XP Home Edition.

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Edited by aconnell, 09 August 2006 - 04:36 AM.

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