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Blue Screen when loading into windows XP(include safe mode)

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Kevin, Jan 23, 2010.

  1. Kevin

    Kevin Flightless Bird

    My laptop shows blue screen with following message when load into windows xp
    even safe mode does well
    ***STOP: 0x00000024 (0x001902FE,0xF78CE380,0xF78CE07C,0x8A829805
    It was first appear to be infected by virus, then anti virus started to work
    but the notice kept showing up. So I restarted the laptop, then blue screen
    start to appear.
    Is there anyway the laptop can be rocovered from.
    If not is there anyway the data inside the harddisk can be resotred or
    extracted to other external harddisk?
    Many thanks
     
  2. DL

    DL Flightless Bird

    Determin the make of HD then visit that makers site and download / create
    the bootable floppy or cd testing utility
    If the drive has failed there are data recovery specialists, on basis of no
    recovery no fee, expect to pay plenty for recovery

    "Kevin" <Kevin@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:57FE87FE-8119-4320-A229-FD137A7AFC5E@microsoft.com...
    > My laptop shows blue screen with following message when load into windows
    > xp
    > even safe mode does well
    > ***STOP: 0x00000024 (0x001902FE,0xF78CE380,0xF78CE07C,0x8A829805
    > It was first appear to be infected by virus, then anti virus started to
    > work
    > but the notice kept showing up. So I restarted the laptop, then blue
    > screen
    > start to appear.
    > Is there anyway the laptop can be rocovered from.
    > If not is there anyway the data inside the harddisk can be resotred or
    > extracted to other external harddisk?
    > Many thanks
     
  3. Al

    Al Flightless Bird

    Boot from the XP CD - bypass option to use the Recovery Console - as setup
    continues , it will indicate it has found a Windows installation and offer
    the option to perform a repair - select Yes. The repair is actually an
    upgrade and should preserve data and settings. Note: If setup does not
    indicate it has found a Windows installation, cancel setup - continuing will
    result in a "clean" install and all data will be lost - professional help
    maybe be required to save your data.
     

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