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No one replied to my posts here: http://www.geekstogo...s/page__st__150 - The last 2 are mine.

I have MS XP home SP3. My last three blue-screen Stop errors are: *** STOP: 0x0000008E ,,, NO_PAGES_AVAILABLE 0x0000004D ,,, BAD_POOL_HEADER 0x00000019. I may know why it's doing this i took out my hard drive and my 2 mem slot things and I also unhooked some of the white-ends cords that are hooked up to stuff on the inside of the computer where all the wires are I may have hooked them in the wrong places. I was trying to stop anyone from using my computer while i was gone for a week.

Also I don't have my disks for my computer. I did a system restore that made no difference, not a factory restore I tried a factory restore and nothing happened it just started up normal. I have no viruses according to my Avast boot-scan :-)

Now when I get to my desktop the screen freezes up and I can't do anything. I have this laptop that I can use to help if possible also I can put disks in my desktop and boot-up if I had something to help.
Also I was using some malwarebytes program that should not have even worked on my xp it was telling me I had viruses that my Avast could not pick up so I un-installed it I think it has 2 .sys files in "that" place where viruses go and it MAY have deleted them or something but I cannot remember if that happened before of after I used that program.
And if there is anything on the "inside" as in wired or "something" that can be taken off, when I tool out my Cdrive and mem cards I May have took "something" else out also if that was possible. I just don't know what the problem is and I don't have my xp disck to do a restore.
I have and extra Ddrive and files on there I would like to keep so it is important to me to fix my XP. Thanks :-)

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