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Blue Screen Of Death

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#1 Sherryann


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Posted 14 September 2008 - 10:25 PM

I am new to the site and I really need someone's help! I have a computer that has the blue screen of death.. I can't boot from the windows XP CD.. I have even used a bootable CD PC Beginner Utilities Suite 2006 a fix it yourself bootable CD and it will not work.. I have used that CD to boot many computers in the past but not this one! I have tried safe mode and safe mode with commands and that is not working either.

I do get a error message everytime I have tried to use the computer it always comes up saying StopC0000135 unable to locate component this application 32dll driver. I can't fix this if all I can get is the blue screen and that error message.

The computer did have a real problem with spyware lots of it. I just need to get in to do a system recovery or a system restore but can't do that when all I get is this blue screen and I have tried everything I can think of. Can anyone out there help me with this problem so that I might be able to fix this computer because at this point I am ready to pull all my hair out!

Thank you so much and I look forward to your help.

Computer is a Dell running operating system Windows XP home edition.

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#2 bleepingnetwork


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Posted 15 September 2008 - 01:38 AM

I don't know if this will work, but it might seems possible to boot the system from a OS that runs off of a CD like "Knoppix", once your in just replace the DLL. then maybe restart the normal OS.

free Knoppix :thumbsup:

of course microsoft asks you to install a parallel copy of windows, but knoppix might be the quick way.
mictrosoft address's the issue here.

Also a good site for getting DLL files is

hope it helps, and good luck.


Edited by bleepingnetwork, 15 September 2008 - 01:47 AM.

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