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BLUE SCREEN, (Solved)


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yes press any key...
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I did then got setup failed press any key to restart your computer ... then it rebooted and got the blue windows set up ..... setup is loading files then ..... the file acpi.sys is corrupted. press any key to continue which I did and got the setup failed press any key to restart your computer. which i did and it started a disc chaco ... checking file system on c:
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Hmm sounds like you may have a faulty burn. Let me ask did you burn the cd at the slowest spped or no more then 4x?
Sometimes burning it faster causes a problem.
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I will reborn it .. have no idea what speed it was done on .. all check it b4 urning it .. will update you .. let me redo it ... brb
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:thumbsup:
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Do his keyboard lights flash during POST?
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Oh never mind don't have to reborn it .. i got the windows xp pro setup window ... I just took the cd out of the top cd drive and put it on the boom ne and it worked .... sorry .. but now I am to press R for repair and it isn't letting me .... kb not allowing me too

Edited by Lexy610, 28 February 2014 - 09:07 PM.

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Flash??? Its on .. but didn't notice any flashing but then again I wasn't looking :(
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Usually when you start your system the kb lights will flash and then the numlock key will stay lit.
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Honestly I never noticed ... should I reboot? I have tried using a working kb from another comp on my comp and it doesn't work
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That is what is confusing because you would not be using the drivers you installed from the ARCD or the XP cd you are trying now. It would load a default driver which should work.
Just for my own suspicions has there been any problems before all this with any USB device attached to the system?
How old is the system itself?
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No there wasn't any usb devices attached to the system. My com I think is over 10 yrs old. The last problem I was having b4 doing driver update was a blue screen .. that was the reason of this original post.
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The BSOD's seemed to have stopped but updating the kb and mouse drivers is now a issue. If we could just get to the recovery where you could run the instructions from post 93 you could restore back to the date before the kb and mouse driver. That should resolve the issue then.
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In reply 123, kb is working.
In reply 128, kb is not working.
The voltage of the CMOS batter may be low, so BIOS setting may be loaded sometimes correctly, sometimes incorrectly. Please try a clear CMOS.

Disconnect all USB devices, except the keyboard.
Remove all discs from the optical drives.

With the PSU off.
Move the jumper on the clear CMOS pins, leave for ten seconds, then move back to original positions.
Switch on the PSU, > press the start button.
Do the lights flash on the kb? then one light remain lit?
Does the POST messages scroll on the display?
What is finally displayed on the screen?
How are the four diagnostic lights lit on the front of the computer?

Your user manual, > https://docs.google....anual_en-us.pdf
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what is the BSOD? Can it be fixed??

Edited by Lexy610, 28 February 2014 - 11:38 PM.

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