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Windows XP Blue Screen of Death STOP Codes


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metalmarsh77

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the blue screen would come up once windows was loaded. I just took my computer in to a repair shop and he said all my services were turned off and that was causing the blue screen issues. He turned the services on and booted it 4- 5 times with no problems. I hope this solves my problems although I feel that such a simple fix might not have solved it. I guess i will in time. I really appreciate you trying to help me with this!
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I just took my computer in to a repair shop and he said all my services were turned off and that was causing the blue screen issues. He turned the services on and booted it 4- 5 times with no problems.

OK you failed to let me know that but I am glad it was resolved, If ALL SERVICES were turned off I am really surprised anything was working correctly to be honest.
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Hello everyone. This information is very resourceful. Although, I do not see one stop message code. I was wondering if you could me with this one.

Stop: 0x0000008E
(0xc0000005,0xf738971,0xED295380,0x00000000)


Thank you very much, in advance. :)

Edited by ineedhelp01, 25 December 2012 - 02:40 PM.

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CHEATHAWK1, any infor on STOP: 0x000000E (0xC000005, 0x00000000, 0xF789E0058, 0xF789DD058) I have a post yesterday stating the I strongly believe that mine was casued be not enough disc space when trying to run XP Pro repair to resolve another issue.
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thanks for your precious info
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I know, this is a old thread, but just in case anyone is reading this, a Stop 0x9C is a Machine Check Exception, which is an hardware error raised by the CPU, it is very similar to a Stop 0x124. Basically, you have a hardware problem, and need to run diagnostic tests to find the issue. A dump file is always helpful.
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what would c0000139 be? >_<
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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.

Edited by MarlanaC, 11 January 2014 - 09:25 PM.

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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 :-)
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