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BSOD clf5 on a dell inspiron 1525 with window vista home premium


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pinkprincesslivvie

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I factory restored my laptop, was fine, said need to restart for updates to take effect, tried to restart failed came up with the BSOD c1f5.
Tried every option in f8 evrey option gave the same message.
Tried booting from a CD again same message.
Tried putting the hotfix from microsoft on a memory stick, and selecting for it to boot from it, then got the message no bootable partition in table.
Any other suggestions Please?
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Here's a link for a workaround for this error: http://www.delmartia...S-KB946084.html (Haven't tried it myself)

At work we slipstream a copy of SP1 into the Vista installation CD in order to avoid the error in most Dell's. Here's a guide: http://www.vistax64....lation-dvd.html
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