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Computer Crashes about 1 minute after Normal Login


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#1 webbrowser

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Posted 06 September 2012 - 06:03 PM

My problem is self inflicted. My old PC's integrated network card was failing and there was no room to install a new one so I simply removed the harddrive and installed it in a new tower. (I know what your thinking!) I've done this before and knew I would be facing driver problems etc but I've found that by doing an inplace installation usually get's around this. I completed the inplace installation rebooted and got to the login screen (in Normal mode not safe mode) where I entered my credentials to login as a local administrator. Everything looked fine. loading settings. Desktop appeared and 1 minute later BSOD with the following error. 0xc000021a (0xe29f4638, 0xc0000005, 0x7c9106c3, 0x0069ed04).

I then powered up again and ran in safe mode with networking this time. Logged in again as local administrator and everything was fine. I installed the new drivers for the new motherboard and new network card. I was able to browse the local network and internet. I installed nirsoft bluescreenview and loaded the .dmp file from c:\windows\minidump and the file that seems to be causing the problem is ntkrnlpa.exe

It's it now 48 hours since this all began. Any advice on what I should next? Any replies are greatly appreciated.

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Posted 07 September 2012 - 10:12 PM

Viruses are usually the reason of computer crashes or slow performance of computers and laptop. What anti-virus do use and what computer do you have as well as its specs?

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Posted 08 September 2012 - 06:08 AM

Microsoft Security Essentials is installed. The computer is now in a custom built Tower on a ASUS motherboard and a dual core Intel processor with XP Pro SP2 since I done the inplace installation. I would rule out viruses.

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Posted 09 September 2012 - 06:33 PM

Got it fixed. I just installed SP3. Hope this helps someone in future.




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