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OKay well new problem with different system. This is on a HP Laptop customized by an old person. anyways....

So this laptop runs on Windows XP and has been on Update 2 for who knows how long and i decided to update it . after it is updateing to 3. everything is wel until i do the restart and whoopie bam. I'm stuck with a ever ending restart and blue screen that flashed way to quick for my eyes to see or know what the problem is, i'd assume somthing got corrupted but I have no idea on how to fix this. I can hit F8 and potentially get my choice on what option to choose and advance accept for safe mode. So I have no idea what I need to do to fix this issue. Please help :) Steps, anything?
Much appreciative. ^_^
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... so you can boot up in Safe mode ?
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No I can't boot in safe mode. As soon as I hit safe mode it starts loading ( Shows all .sys files loaded) and then does the instint blue screen flash of 1 second and then again i get a auto restart and back where I started. I'm not sure why it did this. ahhh >.<
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Alright so my bad for being pretty dumb at this moment. I just had to turn off the auto restart on system failure in F8 options...Wow duh :) .
So just of an update of the issue here is my BSOD error code.......

Well i just reformated the hard driver and said screw it. THanks though ^_^
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