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Blue Star Of Death On My Windows 2000 Professional

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#1 heffersmom


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Posted 05 September 2007 - 05:26 PM

I am running Windows 2000 professional :thumbsup:

:huh: OK a Blue screen popped up after computer froze when it was rebooted :( I ran Vundo and few other virus scanners in safe mode w/ support ones listed on here. I asked me to reboot . (REAL Novice w/computers)
When reboot I get no windows will longer allow me to start in safe mode it tries and then gets Blue screen .Over &Over B)

Is there any HOPE B)



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#2 michaelcorleone


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Posted 06 September 2007 - 08:44 PM

Must be something in the air, my win 2000 at my last start up went to blue screen, restarted and tried to use safe mode in hopes of doing a re-install, PC will not start in safe, it just takes me to the big blue, once I got to the screen that will allow a re-install or repair, however at that point the PC turned off the keyboard and I could not click on the "R" to run a repair from my win 2000 CD. Like you I seem to have a PC that has seen better days, maybe someone here can offer some hope of a solution. :thumbsup:

#3 RandomUser


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Posted 06 September 2007 - 11:02 PM

I almost wonder if this has something to do with the time update for computers that may have had year 2000 concerns initially. I would start with micrsoft.com and search their KB articles. Further, you want to back up your Data At this point in time.

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