Immediately after I fixed that previous issue, I was installing AVIRA Antivirus, when it behaves not normally because apparently my processor doesn't have SSE2, then uninstalled it. Here's my problem that appears to be an accomplice of previous issue.
Mod Edit: Previous topic: https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/677922/windows-xp-sp3-reboot-cycle-crashes-often-on-boot/#entry4499920 - Hamluis.
When I started using my computer after uninstalling AVIRA Antivirus because of its instability with non-SSE2 processors which made me leave vulnerable to viruses, the booting times is slow and takes minutes to go to Windows log-on screen. It took 2:09.13 minutes to boot to log-on screen.
I will write my password, then it logs-in, and loads Windows Sidebar and my gadgets in 1:04.61 minutes.
I will be doing some things, or leaving the computer idle, then I started to notice that HDD light is always red which indicates hard disk activity, and the noticeable clicking noise like the drive is restarting. When that happens, my system freezes until this clicking noise and an unusual HDD activity has stopped.
It will continue doing this to my system until I am greeted with BSOD saying:
Error: "*** STOP: 0x000000F4 (0x00000003, 0x89B04950, 0x89B04AC4, 0x805FB0E4)"
Reason: "A process or thread crucial to system operation has unexpectedly exited or been terminated."
What's weird is that the HDD activity is continuing until the HDD light and noise has finally stopped while I am on the BSOD.
I would like to fix this problem with Hiren's Boot CD, but which one should I go to in that Boot CD?
If this is unfixable in Hiren's Boot CD, why am I experiencing problems like this, and what should I do to fix this problem?
Edited by hamluis, 27 May 2018 - 07:13 AM.