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Windows XP BSOD every startup (except in VGA Mode)


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#1 Sylveon Fetish

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Posted 03 April 2016 - 03:27 PM

Every time I boot up Windows XP, I get a BSOD following the Windows XP logo that repeats and repeats until I get fed up and hammer f8 and tell it to boot into Low VGA mode. Windows boots successfully in Low VGA Mode but no other. If I up the display resolution even by a tiny bit or up the color past 8 bit, Windows will BSOD. The BSOD details disappear too quickly for me to see the problem or error message. And Windows will keep BSODing every start up after logo until I tell it to manually go into Low VGA mode again. Even if I were to manually shut down the computer, when I restart the computer, it will do that same BSODing after every logo. I assume that Windows automatically upped my resolution to the recommended but at this point, I cannot use recommended.

Event Viewer shows only this error

Error code 100000ea, parameter1 86904da0, parameter2 86902228, parameter3 f7ac6cb4, parameter4 00000001.

Which got no hits on both DuckDuckGo and Google

 

 

minidump file has been uploaded  I am unable to upload a minidump, Every time I try, I get the following error on this website: "Error You aren't permitted to upload this kind of file"

 


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Posted 08 April 2016 - 08:03 PM

Can I please get help on this?



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Posted 09 April 2016 - 09:41 PM

Hi. . .
 
All that I could possibly recommend here is to either update or roll back your video drivers; swap out your video card for another -- and that's assuming that video is definitely involved here. It could be a problem/failure with another piece of hardware, such as the mobo.
 
Typically, these days, >>99% of XP BSODs are related to unknown hardware failure as you're dealing with an unsupported OS + unsupported drivers.
 
BSOD kernel dump files are incapable of telling us the exact piece of hardware that has failed. Dump files + debuggers (i.e., Windbg) are only useful to locate and track down software coding issues - not hardware issues. 
 
For info. . .



Sylveon Fetish, on 03 Apr 2016 - 4:27 PM, said:

Error code 100000ea, parameter1 86904da0, parameter2 86902228, parameter3 f7ac6cb4, parameter4 00000001.

Which got no hits on both DuckDuckGo and Google

 

You would not get any hits on any search engine because the numbers within the parenthesis (P1-P4) are memory addresses. The combination of P1 through P4 would very likely be unique to each system.
 
Regards. . .
 
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Edited by jcgriff2, 09 April 2016 - 09:53 PM.

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