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darkwind

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Hi,

I am using Windows XP SP2 and my problem is below:

I have encountered the BSOD right after the Windows logo appear. It restarts and loops endlessly.
I can't access safe mode as it restarts as well.

Below are the code error:
0x00000024 (0x00190203, 0x8AFEE830, 0xC0000102, 0x00000000)

I have Recovery Console if that could help.

Thanks in advance
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Sh0wM8

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Hello,
Last time I saw a BSOD, there was a bit more information on what is was causing such as, there should be somthing below those numbers you posted that comes in the form of _filename_.sys
an that usually describes the BSOD's I have seen. If there is more info on your screen on the even then I can assist you , otherwise my knowledge is useless. >_<
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hi,

unfortunately, nothing follows after that error code.

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Hi Darkwind,

0x00000024 BSOD is often related to a corrupt file system. Usually a full Chkdsk should rectify this problem. If after running a Chkdsk, it still plays up, there may be problems with the Hard Drive, but hopefully thats not the case here.

Go into Recovery Console and you should be presented with a numbered list of Windows partitions. Press the number next to the C: drive (often no. 1), then press enter. Press enter again when it asks for the Administrator password. Then type in chkdsk c: /r and press Enter. Be patient it may take a while, but after it has completed, reboot the PC and see if Windows now boots normally.
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That did the trick.

Thanks!
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Excellent, you're welcome :)
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