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Laptop Shutsd Down After Boot Up And Connection


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#1 ProTech Service

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Posted 10 August 2006 - 07:43 AM

Have a laptop with Windows XP Home...

shuts down after certain amount of time no more than 20 minutes.

I reinstalled the Windows Operating system, ran Norton Anti Virus...remove 8 trojan viruses.

Updated to service pack 2 and all critical updates.

Everything was working fine last night, computer on over 5 hours with that work.

Shut it down last night , when I turned it on today after about 20 minutes it did the same as before all that work.

goes to blue screen with white words saying that it experienced shut down issues due to disc space? if you experienced this for 1st time check Bios?

didnt have enough time to read it all.....after about 50 seconds it goes to reboot........

did leave Tech Info: "STOP : 0x000008E , 0xc000005, 0x80567AC6, ...........)


Please Help?

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Posted 10 August 2006 - 07:53 AM

Do you have ALL the Microsoft Updates for this computer including SP2 and subsequent Critical Updates?

Random "0x0000008E" Error Message on a Blue Screen in Windows XP
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/827663/en-us




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