blue screen error at boot

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  1. guana

    guana Registered Member

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    helo guys i got this problem on windows boot just at the start of xp logo "stop:0x0000007e(0xc0000005,0xf88d018e,0xf8a58850,0xf8a5854c)" ,its in xp professional windows,i need desperate help,i didnt installed anything new but somehow ,m stuck with it
     
  2. philby

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    Hello

    Reboot > tap F8 continually during boot > Select last known good configuration

    See if it does the trick.

    philby
     
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    safe mode dont work,error occurs at loading...also i want to know if i repair xp then do i have to install "installed" programs again??
     
  5. GlobalForce

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    You shouldn't, but isn't sure-fire, especially if your current service pack differs from the install disk.
    Save what you can and brace for the worst. If it's a Dell or other type OEM - better play it safe.
     
  6. guana

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    if i repair,do i have 2 install installed programs again
     
  7. philby

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    From this very useful page:

    A Repair Install will replace the system files with the files on the XP CD used for the Repair Install. It will leave your applications and settings intact, but Windows updates will need to be reapplied.

    As GlobalForce states, you shouldn't have to re-install programmes.

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    I was about a word or two short, ay Philby?
     
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    Wasn't trying to be funny - I was just surprised the OP asked the same question again, that's all.

    :doubt:

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  10. jonyjoe81

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    My advice do a chkdsk c: /f , first on your computer. If you have any file corruption that will fix the problem.

    If that doesn't fix it, try running a linux livecd on your computer. That's a good way of testing your hardware. If linux livecd doesn't load etc, you might have a video or ram problem.

    I wouldn't try reinstalling XP just yet. Maybe your hard drive/OS is good and something else is bad. Many times I blame the hard drive, and the problem was something else.
     
  11. guana

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    hello frnz,i got this blue screen eror at repair of my xp
    stop:0x0000007e(0xc0000005,0xf891d18e,0xf8989848,0xf8989544)
    hpqkfiltr.sys-address f891d18e base at f891a000,date stamp 4677033
    what shud i do with hpqkfiltr.sys vich is causing this error
     
  12. GlobalForce

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    Though I haven't been able to come across that driver, use the RC. From the sound of it I take you didn't bother with JonyJoe's advice?
     
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