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STOP 0x000000ED BSOD

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Got home today and had icon in my tray indicating that updates were available for my system. I allowed it to download as usual and it went thru its gyrations and eventually prompted me to reboot. I did and then got this BSOD STOP error above. Tried rebooting in Safe Mode, Last Known Safe, etc to no avail. I get the long bar at the bottom of the screen during the Windows logo and it progresses to a solid bar (left to right) before giving the BSOD. From what I read on other sites, this means something.

I still have DVDs sent with Dell from factory. One called Operating System (Already installed on your computer) and it says it is the Windows XP Media Center. I assume this is the

Need help on where to go from here.

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