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#1 dmj70

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Posted 16 March 2012 - 09:37 PM

hi everyone,
my computer ,running with window xp, suddenly crash yesterday and today.i run the blue screen and attached the result over here.please comment and help how to fix the problem. Than you.

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 02:27 AM

Hi -
Can you access the computer now, or is this still blocking you ??

Included with the updates to Windows XP on the 9th of February was KB977165.
This can on some XP machines cause a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD).

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This is a rather nasty error that could be caused by just about anything, including busted audio drivers, incompatible video drivers, bad or corrupt hard disk, and faulty hardware such as bad RAM. The error may be triggered by an event such as plugging in a USB device, but the problem is, the fault may not lie with the device that was actually plugged in. Worse still, other errors can mask this one. The point is, the crash may be a symptom of some other problem, or another crash might prevent you from seeing this one.

Do you recall if you added anything (hardware / software), or were doing anything when this occurred

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Run Chkdsk /f /r (note the gaps after k and f) to check for disk errors because corrupt disk volumes may cause this.

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 06:31 AM

Hi -
Can you access the computer now, or is this still blocking you ??

Included with the updates to Windows XP on the 9th of February was KB977165.
This can on some XP machines cause a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD).


I think you're jumping to conclusions unnecessarily there noknojon. Yes, there was an issue with that patch, but it dates from February 2010, not this year. You can see it in my screenshot.

Assuming dmj70 installed that patch two years ago when it was first released, it's highly unlikely that it would take so long to make an appearance in the form of a BSOD now. Therefore the BSOD: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA is due to another reason. It's merely a case of tracking down the culprit.

@ dmj70, try enabling "Last Known Good Cofiguration". To do that, reboot and immediately after the BIOS logo disappears, hit the F8 key a few times. This will load the Windows Advanced Menu. Choose "Last Known Good Configuration" and the operating system will load an image of itself the last time it worked properly. Hopefully, that'll get you up and running again.

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