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Cant Boot Windows XP - STOP: 0x0000008E.... [Solved]


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If you reboot with OTLPE can you see the Windows folder on the C: drive now?
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Now I cant even reboot with OTLPE!! The Reatogo booting screen appears for a sec and I get this new blue screen of death :(

I used to get this blue screen every once in a while when booting with OLTPE but this time I tried over 20 times and have not been able to boot

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With this added information it appears the stop code is because of a hardware problem - bad RAM.

Option 1 Take your computer into a local repair shop and have them check and replace the RAM if necessary.

Option 2 If you feel comfortable, there are instructions here on how to access the RAM in your computer.

If you have two sticks of RAM it could be that just one of them is bad. Remove one, then try to boot your computer, if you still get the error message, switch them and try again.

If you only have one, you will need to order a replacement.
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I will contact a local repair shop then!


I have a Lenovo care button which leads to the Rescue and Recovery wizard. Can this be of any help??

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You might be able to use it to save files from your computer, just in case, but being a hardware problem it would not be able to fix the computer.
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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