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#1 wishiwereapcgeek:)

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Posted 25 January 2008 - 03:26 PM

I hav a problem with trying to repair my xp home,from the blue screen of death,i have placed the xp home cd in my D drive,when i get to the install,repair, or to quit,my keyboad oes not seem to respond to me hitting the letter R,so now it is just hanging with no place to go,could someone please help the error code is c000021a 0x0000034 please help losing hair and weight while trying to work it out..:thumbsup:

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Posted 25 January 2008 - 04:09 PM

Hi,
Strange your keyboard works before the disk boot, I guess because you would have to push a key to boot from disk...
Have you tried the other ways of booting? Last known good config, Safe mode?
At what point do you get the BSOD on a normal boot?
Is this it?:
STOP:C000021A {Fatal System Error} The Session Manager Initialization System Process terminated unexpectedly with a status of 0X0000034. (0x00000 0x00000)
Also when you use your disk to boot are you entering the recovery console or repairing the windows installation (pressing r on the first page or the second).

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Posted 25 January 2008 - 04:12 PM

If your keyboard is a USB device, you may check the following:

Reboot your computer, and boot into bios.

Root around for something called USB Legacy Support (or something similar), if it's disabled, enable it.
Save the change and exit bios.
Let us know if this solves the issue for you.

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Posted 25 January 2008 - 08:36 PM

Have you tried to reboot in safe mode and use the "Last Known Good Configuration"?
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Posted 26 January 2008 - 08:45 AM

This error is typically caused (during setup) by a problem with your hardware. Most likely there isn't a compatible device driver available for one of your hardware devices. Windows tries to use the best match that it can find - and if it's wrong, your system locks up.

If you're not using a PS2 type keyboard and mouse, I'd suggest using one (or an adapter to convert USB to PS2) until this problem is solved.
Remove any non-essential hardware (especially anything new that you've added) and then try it again.
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