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stoxy101998

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Hi, couple of weeks ago i got turned my laptop on and received this blue screen. From then on, it gets to the Windows logo screen then goes to the blue screen. This as happened before but after 2 days it went.

Can anyone help?

I have an IBM Thinkpad T60 running Windows XP SP3
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Ztruker

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What does the blue screen say?

Can you boot to Safe Mode by pressing F8 during boot to get the Advanced Boot Options menu and select Safe Mode from there? If yes logon as Administrator, then try doing a System Restore to before the BSOD started happening.

Click Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools then System Restore.
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Hi, sorry for the late reply. When I log onto the Laptop i press f8, it gives me the advanced options, when i choose any option is gives me the blue screen with the code:
STOP 0x0000007B (0xF7A64524, 0XC0000034, 0X0000000,0X0000000)
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rshaffer61

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Is there any other info like this below?

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Try running chkdsk, see here: CHKDSK - How to run from the Recovery Console

If that doesn't help, boot the Recovery Console again and enter fixboot and reboot.
If still no help, boot the RC again and enter fixmbr and reboot.
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