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the blue screen and serious error recovery report


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First let me say happy new year to everyone.
Now my problem:
Ever since I messed with the registry a few weeks ago, my IBM R51 XP pro keeps crashing, usually when I use the back arrow too fast or when I pull the dial up phone line out of the plug for a quick disconnect.
The dreaded blue screen appears, I can see a line that says something about "......not_greater_than"
After reboot I get this error signature code:
BCCode: BCP1:8066108F BCP2:00000002 BCP3:00000000 BCP4:8066108F OSVer:5_1_2600 SP:2_0 Product:256_1
Following files included in this error report:
C:\docume~1\georges\locals~1\temp\wer9F20.dir00\mini12306-01.dmp
(the wer9F20 value changes each time of the reboot).
I purchased and ran Errorkiller to repair registry problems yesterday, but it still crashes!
Thanks if you can help.
Georges
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Items in blue which are underlined are clickable to give more information about the process

Click start then run, type prefetch then press enter, click edit then select all, right click any file then click delete, confirm delete

Click start, all programmes, accessories, system tools to run disc clean up, then from system tools, run disc defragmenter.

Click start then run, type sfc /scannow then press enter, you need the XP CD

Windows File Protection will show a blue onscreen progress bar, when the bar goes, reboot

If you do not have an XP CD you can borrow a same version as was originally installed XP CD, if you downloaded SP2 then you need an SP1 XP CD

If you do not have an XP CD and are unable to borrow one, run the scan, click skip if it asks for the CD, if it keeps asking, click cancel.

If it kept asking for the XP CD then system files are missing


Click start then run, type chkdsk /f /r then press enter, type Y to confirm for next boot, press enter then reboot.

Windows will appear to load normally then either the monitor will show progress or the screen will go blank, do not disturb this.

This will take an hour or so before it gets to the desktop.

Download and install Tune Up 2007 Trial

Run Tune Up Disc Clean Up

Run Tune Up Registry Clean Up

Click Optimize and Improve to run Reg Defrag, which will take a few minutes and need a reboot. You should disable the antivirus programme to run this and check it is running after the reboot

After the reboot, click optimize then system optimizer to optimize the computer, select computer with an internet connection from the drop down menu, this also requires a reboot

After the reboot, click optimize then system optimizer to accelerate downloads, select the speed just above your actual connection speed, this requires a reboot

After the reboot, click optimize then system optimizer to run system advisor

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Thanks for the advice. I completed every step up to and including running Tune up 2007 Optimize and run Reg Defrag........at the conclusion of which it crashed again!
Now it will not restart at all. Should I go into IBM Rescue and Recovery to restore factory contents?
Is there any way to save all of my programs, favorites etc??? :whistling:
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