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in need of help.. im loosing it here


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alwaysinneedofhelp

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i tried to turn on my other computer and i get this blue screen with error code c0000221 unkown hard error \system root \system 32\ntdll.dll. i tried to restart it but it won't let me go pass that . i can't even get into safe mode or nothing.. what is this code how can i fix this . please help!!! desperate
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rockmilk

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Hello and :D


Here is a solution to your problem http://www.geekstogo...air-windows-xp/
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phillpower2

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Hi alwaysinneedofhelp,
You need to provide information about your computer, this includes is it
a laptop or desktop, is it a custom build or brand name such as Dell or HP
and if it is provide the model name or series number.
Dependent on the above information the way to proceed may be different due
to the difference in laptops and desktops hardware etc.
Couple of possible causes could be corrupt or damaged OS, bad Ram or a HDD
issue.
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Post the full error on the BSOD pls.

If you tap the F8 key as the PC starts but before windows tries to load then
you may get a menu with an option to disable the auto reboot on error.
Then you can read the error message.
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