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Windows XP Blue Screen of Death STOP Codes


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LordOblivion

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lol the BSOD have not been appearing since i right click on my wireless icon and exit.i found out that NDIS.sys is my network card.Does this mean i can't use my wireless?
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Yeap. NDIS.sys is actually your Network Driver.
It might be driver issue or overheating issue. I not sure is your LAN or Wireless adapter. If you think it is your wireless adapter, try change other adapter or update the driver.

Thanks
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Hi! I get these error messages with my BSOD:
0x0000008
0x0000004
0x805315DC
0xF8C08CA0
0x00000000

Does anyone know how I can fix this?
Thank you.
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Well, it all started about a month or so ago where I would be on the computer/playing a popular MMO "World of Warcraft" and my computer would freeze and it would gather itself but everything turned VERY large and a "Driver" Stoped responding...I kind of forget, I nudged it off thinking it wasnt that big of a deal since I could restart it and it would be fine.. BUT just yesterday I was playing and it took a crap again, I didnt think anything of it so I restarted it and got....
STOP: 0X0000000A, (0x00012FF74,0x00000002,0X00000000,0X804E893F)..... The next day after my father system restored it ( and it didnt work) He got the following blue screen error AFTER restoring it.
STOP: 0X0000008E (0xC0000005, 0X806373FD, 0XF75C799C,0x00000000)

Saying "Try changing Video Adapters"
Begining dump of physical memory...

Now, I searched the web and really got no help on other forums so I would like to know if ANYONE has a solution, not someone saying that they have the current issue considering that gets me absolutely no where. A little more information I have to add is after I had the problems on WoW and before my father restored it I installed some drives for my computer model that upgraded Help and Support from HP, Graphics update, and a Soft Modem Update. These did not help at all... Please help here, I dont really feel like going and picking out another computer... World of Warcrft cant be the problem since I have been playing this for about 3 years.

HP-Pavilion a1140n Media Center PC
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Hey I been getting the bbod more and more recently, First it was only every blue moon but now it happens every other week at random for me, the bbod code is 0x0000007E (0xc0000005,0x804F04FE,0xBACF7A68,0xBACF7764). Also Here is a link for the mini dump: http://rapidshare.de...108-01.dmp.html




Thanks to anyone able to help me out with this.
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I'm having trouble with the BSoD. im only 13, and iv'e been searching for a way to get passed the BSoD without deleting my files. I'll explain how I think it happened. I downloaded some simulator off the internet to a USB device, and brought it home to test it. As I started it up, it just stopped running completely. I tried the Ctrl+Alt+Del method a few times, but it still wasn't working. I decided to use the method of holding the power button until the computer was shut down. As I was reaching for the button, my elbow got caught on the string attatched to the USB device, and it got pulled out before the computer shut down. I started it up, and im now stuck with the BSoD. I can't even enter safe mode, so how do I fix this? I'd really appreciate it if you could tell me what to do.
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can someone help me?my error is unmountable_boot_volume. 0x ED
since that blue screen error,i cant escape from that page.
whnever i on my comp,that page will definitely appear.
therefore i cant even enter the desktop page.pls do help.
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here is my minidump folder.. plz help .. many thanx :)

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I've gotten this:

STOP: 0x0000007E
(0xC0000005, 0x806D2753, 0xF93CD924)

I searched this page, but I couldn't find it. Help please?

-superlox3
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I recently got the following error code:
0X000000F4 (0X00000003, 0X87F9A020, 0X87FPA194, 0X805D297C)

Any ideas as to the problem?
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i got a unique problem that i cant find any mention of. when my window xp is booting i get the blue screen the code is c000021a with a status of 0x00000000 (0x0000000, 0x00000000) in all the other ones the 0x00... number out of the () ends with somthing other than 0
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i will learn alot from this, im gonna read the whole thing 3 or 6 times so its in my head. thanks cheathawk1 :)
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Try a registry cleaner for blue screen errors, something like [link removed] should do the trick :) :)
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GTG does not recommend any registry cleaning software due to the nature of the programs and they could delete information needed by the system. This could cause instability and even unuseability for the system
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Formatting C Drive and Re-Installing Windows XP

I have Windows XP on my Compaq Presario Model: SR1720IL, which originally came pre-loaded with only DOS on it (And the Windows XP loaded on it is off the same XP CD through which I tried to reboot it for re-installation). Now, somehow certain Spyware came into the PC through Internet even though I had the Cyberdefender running on the PC. Now, due to the spyware the computer got a problem of restarting on running the spyware scan and on opening ebay etc.

So, I decided to reformat the C drive on which Windows XP was running and reinstall it from the CD. So, on rebooting from the CD I pressed ENTER at the "Welcome to Setup" screen and then pressed F8 to agree to the license. Next, there was an option to Repair my existing installation or Install a fresh copy. So, I pressed ENTER to Install a fresh XP. Now, I pressed D to delete the C Drive Partition on which Windows XP was installed then, pressed L to confirm the delete. Later, I pressed C on the un-partitioned space to create the new partition and it already showed the maximum space available so, I pressed ENTER. Then, I chose NTFS to Format the partition. After the format as I pressed enter to go ahead with the installation of Windows XP on C Drive just a few seconds later a Blue screen appeared showing: A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.
Page_Fault_In_Nonpaged_Area with the Technical Information: STOP: 0x00000050 (0xE95D5618, 0x00000000, 0x8081882C, 0x00000002)

I wonder why it showed that Windows has been shut down because I had already formatted the C Drive containing the Windows XP and its reinstall was still in process.

Now, later I realized that my system was a FAT32. So, I again did the same procedure and converted it into FAT32 from NTFS but still the same screen appeared and I am unable to install the Windows XP any longer. The system's hardware is absolutely fine because I had started using it a fresh since 2 weeks back only, and it was doing wonderfully well before that spyware came in.

Please help me, what to do next as I have never seen or heard of such an error earlier. Also, I had stored my DATA from C Drive to E Drive how can I access that?
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