Ok, so I had the STOP error on my main computer, and i reinstalled Windows XP, and it seems to have fixed the actual STOP error, so thanks to the guy who started that thread for that .
However, although most of my files (music, movies applications ect...) remain intact, I have lost all of my personal settings, I can't get my internet connection (with sky broadband) up on the same computer again for some reason (I'm using the same internet for this computer I'm posting with, and its working perfectly fine. I plugged in everything as you were supposed to, but on the disc it says something along the lines of "You're past your activation date, but still not connected"). Some other programs have stopped working (like iTunes, it says i need quicktime for it to work, which I should have, but the reinstallation must have lost the path or something =/).
Also, when I scroll down and sideways, it seems to be going very slowly for some reason, which is really annoying, and my "2" and "'" keys are mixed up with each other, though they are working just fine with this computer - What the...!? Is reinstalling XP known for causing these kinds of problems?
Also, the STOP error I was getting gave me the message "IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL", and another gave me "PFN_LIST_CORRUPT" when i turned off that "automatically restart" button. Can anyone please tell me what these mean, and how to prevent them from striking in the future?
Any advice on how to get my computer back to normal again (connect Sky, fix the scroll problem and get the keyboard error back to normal)? Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks,
Edited by Randeep22, 29 July 2009 - 02:48 PM.