Blue Screen when loading Windows XP


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Mike

Plzz....help me ASAP..I've this Sony P3 Notebook...has an
external DVD-ROM and external Floppy Drive..the laptop did
give me a blue screen on Windows start-up...saying my hard
disk or the controllers are corrupted ....run chkdsk \f...
remove any recently fixed hardware...-I hadn't installed
any new hardware...I slaved the drive on a desktop and
noticed some bad sectors...I did run SpinRite and HDD
Regenerator on the drive....bad sectors gone....-**Fixed**.
....I installed XP on the hdd as a standalone(master) on the
desktop..everything is perfect on the desktop...I can
restart and dont get any blue screen....When I place it in
the notebook..Windows XP starts to boot....(logo)...and
from nowhere the blue screen appears again..I can't get to
boot from the floppy or cdrom on the notebook as these are
externals..and the BIOS is so limited that I can't get to
boot from them....I tried another working hard drive..got
the same blue screen.

***THIS IS THE MESSAGE I GET****
A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down
to prevent damage to your computer.

If this is the first time you've seen this screen stop
error screen ,restart your computer.If this screen appears
again, follow these steps:

Check for viruses on your computer,Remove any newly
installed hard drives or hard drive controllers.Check your
hard drive to make sure it is properly configured and
terminated.Run CHKDSK /F to check for hard drive
corruption,and then restart your computer.
Technical Information:
*** STOP: 0x0000007B (0xF96DD640, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000,
0x00000000)

PLZ HELP ME....I know of the hardware differences..That I
can't install the Operating System on the hdd on one
machine..transfer ..n hope that all will work perfectly...
maybe I might just have to re-configure the respective
driver installation again......but how I'm I supposed to go
around this with an external floppy drive and CDROM....AND
A LIMITED BIOS SETUP NOT ENABLING BOOTING DEVICES FROM USB

Plz let me hear from u soon...I'm so CONfuSeD.
 
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Guest

Why cant the cdrom be configured in the BIOS to be the
start-up device.Once configured,install xp cd,boot to cd,
recovery,press enter for password,then type:CHKDSK C: /R
or you could use /p (for fix, /f doesnt work in recovery).
 
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Hans-Georg Michna

... how I'm I supposed to go
around this with an external floppy drive and CDROM....AND
A LIMITED BIOS SETUP NOT ENABLING BOOTING DEVICES FROM USB

Mike,

if you really cannot boot from the CD, the standard solution is
to download the boot diskettes (6, as of last) from Microsoft,
boot from these, then install from the CD.

Hans-Georg
 

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