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Help. Windows XP wont start!

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January 16, 2003 3:31:11 AM

Hey I was wondering if anyone has had a similar problem running Windows XP. I just upgraded my Windows 2000 with XP and it wont start. I get a blue screen and it says a bunch of stuff about using CHKDSK /F and stuff, and the error code is:

*** STOP: 0x0000007B (0xf9e48640, 0xc0000034. 0x00000000, 0x00000000)

My computer has never been working properly since I got it in august. It sometimes just restarts for no reason. I always had the newest drivers and stuff so I couldnt figure out the problem.

Here's my system specs:
AMD 1800XP
ASus A7V333 w/o raid
Creative SB Live!
Kingmax 256meg PC2700
Asus 8X DVD-ROM
LG 12x8x32 CD-RW
Asus V8420 Video (GF4 Ti4200) w/128meg
Matrox 60gig 7200RPM ATA/100
WD 40gig 5400RPM ATA/66
Logitech Cordless Freedom set if that makes any difference.
Dlink 530TX NIC

That shoudl be it. Also, I doubt this would cause it to not start... but when XP was installing it asked me for the file VIAIDE.SYS but I didnt have it so I put cancel and it kept on installing.

Anyway if anyone could suggest anything I would appreciate it.

THanks,
Adam.

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January 16, 2003 10:15:39 AM

It might be wise to completely wipe your hard disk and start again with a clean installation (not an upgrade) of Windows XP.
January 16, 2003 10:51:10 PM

Could be loosen components in your PC...check your RAM, IDE cables and your PCI cards. Have you try using different hard disk to install?
January 16, 2003 11:01:08 PM

The file VIAIDE.SYS appears to be a motherboard driver for the VIA IDE controller. Try starting in safe mode, then reinstall the 4-in-one drivers.

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