BSOD on boot
As per title, XP BSODs on boot (after POST, when Windows begins loading) I have not yet tried safe mode. I'm going to try safe mode to get in so that I can do a backup. If safe mode does not work, how do I proceed? I still have the XP install CD - is my best option to use it to attempt a repair?
I see people doing it all the time. No need to be so sensitive. Anyway, please don't post if the post doesn't include something regarding the problem at hand.
Looks like it's over 500MB, so that's not really an option for me.
Pherule said:I see people doing it all the time. No need to be so sensitive. Anyway, please don't post if the post doesn't include something regarding the problem at hand.
As i used to be a Moderator here...I KNOW PERFECTLY well what is against the rules.... reported...
All the best Brett
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Straight from the forum rules. Nothing about swearing. I even pressed ctrl+f and searched for "swear" and got zero results. Now I'm not going to be rude and swear without asterisks. I figured it was rather polite to asterisk most of it out. It was simply a means of conveying how extremely annoyed I was at Windows 8.