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Take note of what it was installing when it restarted and post that info here please.

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Yes..the marks are there because we haven't installed the drivers yet...you are correct. I wanted to get all the available updates (software and hardware) installed before we installed the updated driver set. Do you have all available updates installed now?

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Yea, i have all updates installed. i dont remember the exact update names but its up to date. should i install updatd drivers now:S?
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oo0oscar0oo...

Yes...by all means, install the drivers now and post back with your results...

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Hmm right after i insatlled the drivers, it rebooted again and got same error at startup saying that a driver caused it. :S. Dont know whats going on
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While running without the drivers, you didn't get this error did you? (This really is a perplexing problem...)

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yeah i did, it still shutted off . . this realy sucks, its driving me crazy
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Click "Start" then "Run" and type eventvwr.msc and click "Ok". select "Applications" in the left pane and make note of any red circles and make note of a few of the most recent ones if present and post them for me...Do the same for "System".

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Took a screenshot instead so that it would be easier for you to read. here they are both screenshots, one is Application and one System :

http://e.domaindlx.c...o/wat i get.JPG

http://e.domaindlx.c...wat i get 2.JPG

Thank u, will wait for your answer
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Do you have your XP install cd?
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Yes i do
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Click Start then Run...type sfc /scannow (Note the space between sfc and /) and press "Enter". You will be asked for your installation cd, so have it handy. Wait for the scan to finish (this might take up to an hour). When it's finished, click Start then Run...type chkdsk /r /x (Again...note the spaces) and reboot when prompted. This will run on boot-up so restart will take a while...be patient.

Let me know how it goes.....

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HI, was half way through the scan, and it rebooted, it didnt let it finish, happened twice. do you think it will let it scan if i do it under safe mode :tazz:? or what shoud i do? keep on trying and just wish to hve luck?
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Absolutely try it in safe mode. In fact, considering the problems you are having, I should have suggested it... :tazz:
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Ok, thank you will post back with results
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