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#1 barkerb23

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Posted 26 February 2011 - 03:02 PM

well every time i restart my pc, i have to reinstall windows xp because theres always a file missing at start up, theres no viruses found in my pc. i reformatted my pc at least 10 times and reinstalled xp at least 10 times. but theres an issue. every time i restart my pc, i get a message saying theres a file missing, but its always a different one. sometimes its a driver, sometimes its a system32 file and alot others. but theres no viruses, because i format my hdd and theres no folders or files in my hdd when i format.

heres all what i have done..
- reinstalled windows 10 times (at least)
- reformatted the hdd 9 times (5 times the long format)
- used malware bytes and always detects no virus
- during use of my pc, i gete blue screen of death (BSOD)
- after blue screen of death goes away, it restarts and then after boot screen (with windows logo and loading bar) get the blue screen every time.

so right now, if i restart my pc, im gonna have to reinstall my computer!!
i need professional help.
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Posted 26 February 2011 - 03:10 PM

Hi

From experience this type of problem can be caused by faulty RAM or a corrupt Hard Disk Drive.

I would initially try with different memory modules

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Posted 26 February 2011 - 03:11 PM

It would be helpful if we can have the blue screen information. Also the make and model(or build if it is custom) of your computer. Have you attempted to start the computer in safe mode?
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Posted 26 February 2011 - 03:16 PM

It would be helpful if we can have the blue screen information. Also the make and model(or build if it is custom) of your computer. Have you attempted to start the computer in safe mode?

the blue screen pops up and goes away pretty fast. tried it in safe mode (every one) and it still comes up and goes away in less than a second :blink:

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Posted 26 February 2011 - 04:02 PM

I think we need a little info here. Was the computer working prior to this problem or is this a new build? Once again please supply the manufacturer and model of the computer. If the computer is continually blue screening how did you run Malwarebytes? If you can get into windows you need to go to control panel/system/advanced tab/Startup and recovery settings button/ uncheck automatically restart under system failure.
Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please.
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