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horitaas

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Hi. I have the bsod on my computer and i cant even start it. ive tried everything, the go to last configuration, safe mode, all of the options. nothing works. ive gone to many help sites but i cant understand what half of them are saying. i copied down the error like one site suggested and all i know is that my error has something to do with attempted write to read only memory. if someone could please help, i dont have the money to take it to the shop. thanks :)
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The Skeptic

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Quote from Microsoft in this link:




If the computer will not start normally, try starting it in Last Known Good Configuration or in Safe Mode, and then remove or disable newly added programs or drivers. For information about how to start your computer in Safe Mode, see Start the computer in Safe Mode. For more information about how to start your computer in Last Known Good Configuration, see Start the computer using the last known good configuration.

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When you use Last Known Good Configuration, system setting changes made after the last successful startup are lost.

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You can search the Microsoft Web site for updated information on this Stop message. To do this, see Welcome to Microsoft Help and Support at the Microsoft Web site, click a search option, and then follow the instructions on the page. When typing keywords, use stop 0x000000BE.

For more information about articles, troubleshooting wizards, and items you can download, see Updated technical information.
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Hi. I tried every option and even hit F8 and tried all those. Ill check out microsoft again though
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I am sorry, I didn't read your first post correctly. In essesnce, this BSOD can be the result of many causes including a mismatching or corrupted driver or programs. Whatever the case we must boot the computer before anything else. I suggest that you perform xp repair installation as per instruction written in the link in my signature below. PLease note:

1: If you do not have xp installation disk you may borrow one of the same version and use your product key. This is perfectly legal.

2: Your files and data wll not be affected by the procedure, however, it is not always successful.
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