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hello im having some major problems with my windows xp start up i get as far as loading personal settings and then bam!! blue screen any help would be a great help thanx

error code:stop 0x0 0000007a
(0xf169c410,0xc000000e,0xbf8f4ea2,oxfaca860)
win 32k.sys

address:bf8f4ea2
base:9bf800000
datestamp:45f013f6
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Welcome To The Geeks to Go Forums,

Have you tried loading in safe mode and returning to restore point?
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yes i did same result
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Have you completed a diskchk?
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nope! how do i do that exactly???
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im doing the disk check now
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this will probably take a while aye
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1. Find your XP Install CD
2. Boot while the XP install CD is in the drive
3. Select the Option that in the picture below is in the red box.
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4. Type: chkdsk
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