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Vista Home + RAID0 + BSOD recover help.

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Its a DELL XPS Studio 435MT
OS- Vista Home Premium
6Gb RAm
2 x 500Gb SATA HD RAID0(Stripe)

System will not stay on long enough to boot it to Windows.

It tries but BSOD appears with STOP 0x00000124 (0x0000000000000), 0xFFFFFA80052A0030, 0x00000000FE0039C0, 0x0000000000080102)

It has intermittently tried to boot but seems plagued.

Have changed the video card and tested the RAM.

Diagostic checked both drives -both report OKAY.

What else can I do to get it working? Is there a bootable floppy I could use. Or can I burn a CD to use to get in?

Its a friends and I do not have a CD of Vista as its a DEll and it supposedly has a restore partition. Like heck it has. There is no access via anything I tried.


Edited by Jonah82, 31 January 2012 - 05:21 PM.

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