I used to bag groceries at Kroger. Well, I was helping this elderly lady outside one day and noticed she had a Compaq Presario M2000 in her car. I was trying to find a way to make small talk with her, so I mentioned the computer. She said it was fried, that the guys back at the computer shop she was going to said it would cost well over 300$ to fix. I looked at it and then shook my head, asking a little more about it. She said that Windows XP didn't boot up all the way. I told her that I could probably fix it, and she said I could have it (the computer) if I could. I took it home and, after a few tests, decided that the owner had deleted several critical files, I think I posted it here too. Well, after re-installing almost everything that needed to be re-installed, the computer boots up, hangs for a moment, BSOD pops up saying the computer needs to shut down, and when it comes back up, (if it doesn't do it again), it says "The System has recovered from a Serious Error".
The way I prevent this is simple: When I boot up, I quickly press ctrl+alt+del and shut down the commands "SaveDump" and "DumpPrep". This is getting annoying, can I get some help please?