Blue screen at bootup windows xp pro [Solved/Closed]

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Hello!
I need some help if possible. I have Windows xp pro and I'm getting the blue screen on boot up just as it finishes and begins to open widows. The error code is this...

0x00000024 (0x001902FE,0XB9B9206C, 0XB9B91D68, 0XB9D8206D)

ntfs.sys - Address B9D8206D BASE AT B9D70000, DateSTamp 41107eea

Beginning dump of physical memory..

Is there something I can do to fix this?

Thanks! RBG

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Ok, hang in there...

HOw much tech xp do you have? Get to a dos prompt and run chkdsk to see if it is your disk, I wouldn't start pulling parts yet....

Post back..If you are not familiar with dos prompt, or how to get there, then get ready.....
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Hi!
Thanks for the reply.
I have run chkdsk /r and that won't fix it.
If there are other options please do let me know.

Thanks! RBG
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Did chkdsk find any errors?

Put in the XP disk and let it boot up into recovery. Tell it to fix the install.

If you do not have an Xp disk, then get an iso and boot from it. OR a USB ISO wil work, just swap to USB boot in bios.


Let me know if you need help, I am in for little longer....
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Hi!
Ok, chkdsk /r didn't find any errors last time I ran it.
I also did run a repair install and still no luck.

Try to run /x or /f.

As one last ditch effort......before we have to start isolating hardware away.....

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Ok, I never ran /x.. I have run /f in the past. What does /x do?
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It basically shuts off usage to the disk, invalidates all user connections, and only the machine has rights to the disk upon reboot....
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Ok,
I tried running /x but it told me it was invalid. Is that supposed to work on xp?
I can run /p /f and /r.
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Ok, I am not certain what to say...


When did it say it was invalid, as a return prompt? I run it fine, as it ask if I wish to lock upon reboot y/n?

Latest and greatest SP3?
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It didn't ask me anything. Just said was invalid.
Not sure if is SP2 or SP3. I'll check. Since it won't boot all the way I'm using another computer for these posts. I'll go take a look. Will take a little bit.
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Ok,
It's still SP2.
I will see if I can update to SP3 and run the checks.
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Good Luck on that.....

New hard drive isnt much, if you know how to provision it....
...and you have a valid license.

Better hurry, XP going fast, April of this year, then kapoot!

keep your drive, and boot it up as slave......get the files after you have shelled into your STABLE O/S!

Have FUN!
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Hey Hey!!
Great news!! Problem solved.
All it took was upgrading from SP2 to SP3. It boots up now and works just fine! Who new??

Thanks for the help. It wouldn't have happened without it!


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YEA! Glad to hear! Way to hang in there!

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