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Windows Xp Home Won't Boot Properly-


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#1 dg55117

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Posted 03 March 2006 - 08:16 AM

Hello all,
First of all I had a spyfalcon problem which Cloutz was extremely helpful in removing that from my computer(on the Hijack this log analysis board) but now after performing a few removal steps and being instructed to boot into safe mode again- I have big problems. No mattter what I try, I can't boot properly. A blue screen appears with some kind of a long message but , from what I gather it is a 0x00000051 - stop error- if that means anything. I've called Dell and Microsoft and paid dearly with no success. I can't reinstall my OS- keep geting the same blue screen error. All hardware diagnostics appear to pass interogation so I'm stuck with no one to help even when I pay dearly for support from Microsoft or Dell. Do any of you experts know anything that i may be able to do to work around this issue?? the computer was working great just prior to shut down and attempted reboot-
Thanks all for any advice
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#2 Albert Frankenstein

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Posted 03 March 2006 - 08:23 AM

Does THIS Microsoft Knowledge Base article help?
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Posted 03 March 2006 - 11:14 PM

How are you trying to reinstall?

The Dell restore CD, the Dell Restore partition or a Windows XP Installation CD?




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