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guitaristdude

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Hi I keep getting this error on my computer. It is a windows xp. I was going to try what some other sites said like check the Event Viewer or enable the ETW trace log but I can't get onto my computer at all. When ever I turn my computer on after it boots up it goes straight to the blue screen with the error even when I tried safe mode. Sometimes the error would change to 0x8e but not often. Please help.

Edited by guitaristdude, 23 August 2007 - 03:42 PM.

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check some of these out and see if you get a match

http://www.google.co...GL_enUS235US235


http://www.google.co...a...5US235&aq=t

Edited by cmpm, 23 August 2007 - 04:39 PM.

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I've been trying to use the Windows XP disk to repair it but the first cd is a burnt cd because I lost the original one and it won't run. The second cd keeps freezing when it asks if I want to install, repair or quit. Any suggestions?
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you are using an illegal xp cd
no help will be provided without a legal xp cd
and a legal coa-certificate of authenticity

xp cds are not to be duplicated, it's a copyright violation
subject to legal prosecution

however, you can run a repair install from a legal xp cd
from a friend or whatever
but you will need your own validation number from the original xp cd
or it's a label on your computer, or with the paper work the xp cd came with

sets of numbers that match your current xp installation

come up with the numbers and you can get help here
but don't post the numbers

come back when you are ready with the right stuff
and you will get helped, if not, it's a waste of time
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