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Hello,
I am having a problem with my windows vista 32 bit operating system, or so i believe that is the problem. The thing is. I try to start mt PC and all goes well.... most of the time; bios screen, blinking line, password screen. Then boom!

A blue screen And most of the times it is the same error message , but i can't read it in order to record it, because the dump goes by too fast.

Sometimes, and very rarely it will actually login and get to my desktop and when it does it prompts me with a window saying rundll32 has crashed and then moments later it will go to a blue screen and give me a error message of some sort.
All in all it is way too many blue screens and restarts for my liking if you have any advice for me i am open for it.
I have no clue as to why this is happening, I have just recently reinstalled windows and all was going well until about three days ago when this started to happen. I have AVG free anti virus and i have really no need for it because i don't visit malicious sites.

Thank you,
Harrison

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Hello, have you install any new devices on your system? if yes remove them and start again, normally the blue screen is due to a critical or fatal error, have you try to start on safe mode? most of the time this error is due to a corrupted system, if you still cant solve it try formatting again and install a new and fresh windows :)
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No i have not installed nay new devices and secondly i cannot get into safe mode because when it gives me the options:

-Start in safe mode
-Start command prompt
-Start windows normally

I can't select one of those options i just have to wait for the timer to select the default option which is usually start windows normally or start windows in repair mode.
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https://www.lifewire.com/how-do-i-disable-automatic-restart-on-system-failure-in-windows-2626067

do as the above link suggests, next time you have a crash to bsod you will be able to read the message and copy it back here for further assistance.
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I dont have that much time to change that setting. as soon as i login to my computer, if i can i hit the BSOD. I hit the BSOD before the i see my desktop or moment after i see my desktop. I have no time to spare to do anything. Is there another way to change that setting?
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go to this link
http://ww12.freshwap.net
it's a link to a Vista recovery Cd. you may be able to access your system to do a repair using this CD
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Well...a new problem has just came up. As i tried to boot up my computer to attempt the link before. It totally just shit on me pardon my french, but i was able to record the error message because the blue screen never went away...good or bad?


" STOP: 0X0000007E(0XC0000005,0X871C3010,8X88164C24,0X88164920)
ataport.sys address: 871C3010 base at 871B4000date stamp4549b196"


This was the numeric details of the error message the rest of it said the usual like windows has shut down your computer to prevent any further damage. When in truth it should say Windows sucks and shouldn't be for sale to anybody.

There was no dump file being executed though or anything like that it was just a blue screen with that error message.
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