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    PC cant bootup? Am i infected! Please Somebody Help me...

    Goodday.
    When i tried to boot up to Windows, my computer just goes into a Blue Screen after that it restart again!

    OS: 2000 Advance Server

    [glowpurple]"The Blue screen message is displayed below!"[/glowpurple]

    STOP: 0X00000050 ( 0XF84DF000, 0X00000000, 0x00000040, 0x00000000)

    PAGE FAULT _IN_NONPAGED AREA

    Beginning dump of Physical Memory to Disk :1... 2.... 3... 4...
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    Are you firewalled?
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    sounds like you have a virutual memory problem, try reinstalling windows, but don't format..... just install over what you have so you don't lose anything....

    i guess you could call it a restore... i have not worked with 2000 much, but if there is a restor featrue use it... if that not work use my first set of instrucations.

    if none of the above works try taking some of your ram sticks out one by one... it could be that you have some bad ram

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    Or try a Windows repair first if you don't want to lose any data.

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    this error happens usually:
    a) power failures and file corruptions (unlike to happen on NTFS partitions however)
    b) device errors
    c) memory bank failure
    the error indicates that a page fault occurred on a non pageable module, such as resident kernels modules
    boot on safe mode and run repair before reinstall anything
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    i can agree with you cocosapo but most of the time with a BSOD (blue screen of death) you can't get into safe mode....
    but lets see how this works out.......

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    Originally posted here by Tiger Shark
    Are you firewalled?
    Yes i have a Symantec Firewall! I can go into safe mode!
    Do you suggest that i try uninstall the fire wall.
    Will that help?



    Originally posted here by untuchable-me
    sounds like you have a virutual memory problem, try reinstalling windows, but don't format..... just install over what you have so you don't lose anything....


    i guess you could call it a restore... i have not worked with 2000 much, but if there is a restor featrue use it... if that not work use my first set of instrucations.

    if none of the above works try taking some of your ram sticks out one by one... it could be that you have some bad ram
    Reinstall windows will be my last resort!
    Well .I can get into safe mode.
    Is there anything i can do there?
    Thanks Anyway!


    Originally posted here by cacosapo
    this error happens usually:
    a) power failures and file corruptions (unlike to happen on NTFS partitions however)
    b) device errors
    c) memory bank failure
    the error indicates that a page fault occurred on a non pageable module, such as resident kernels modules
    boot on safe mode and run repair before reinstall anything
    device errors !
    Usually what kinda Devices? Ram?

    memory bank failure!
    What failure is that, how can i solve it!

    boot on safe mode and run repair !
    I can go into safe mode!
    I have scan for virues but none!
    What do you by mean run repair?

    Hope to get a reply from you asap!
    Thanks!
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    Originally posted here by Tiger Shark
    Are you firewalled?
    Yes i have a Symantec Firewall! I can go into safe mode!
    Do you suggest that i try uninstall the fire wall.
    Will that help?



    Originally posted here by untuchable-me
    sounds like you have a virutual memory problem, try reinstalling windows, but don't format..... just install over what you have so you don't lose anything....


    i guess you could call it a restore... i have not worked with 2000 much, but if there is a restor featrue use it... if that not work use my first set of instrucations.

    if none of the above works try taking some of your ram sticks out one by one... it could be that you have some bad ram
    Reinstall windows will be my last resort!
    Well .I can get into safe mode.
    Is there anything i can do there?
    Thanks Anyway!


    Originally posted here by cacosapo
    this error happens usually:
    a) power failures and file corruptions (unlike to happen on NTFS partitions however)
    b) device errors
    c) memory bank failure
    the error indicates that a page fault occurred on a non pageable module, such as resident kernels modules
    boot on safe mode and run repair before reinstall anything
    device errors !
    Usually what kinda Devices? Ram?

    memory bank failure!
    What failure is that, how can i solve it!

    boot on safe mode and run repair !
    I can go into safe mode!
    I have scan for virues but none!
    What do you by mean run repair?

    Hope to get a reply from you asap!
    Thanks!
    Will to Learn
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    Reinstall windows will be my last resort!
    I think you may be misunderstanding just a little. untuchable-me isn't talking about a reformat and clean install... if you reinstall windows over the existing windows, it will (should) fix anything that has been corrupted....

    Not that I am any expert, but it sounds like something has been corrupted... a reinstall should fix it.

    A silly question.. did you update/install anything before this happened? Hardware, software.... did you uninstall anything?? This kind of event doesn't just usually "happen" with no warning unless there is a hardware failure of some kind, and even then, you usually have some kind of warning.

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    Reinstall windows will be my last resort!
    I think you may be misunderstanding just a little. untuchable-me isn't talking about a reformat and clean install... if you reinstall windows over the existing windows, it will (should) fix anything that has been corrupted....

    Not that I am any expert, but it sounds like something has been corrupted... a reinstall should fix it.

    A silly question.. did you update/install anything before this happened? Hardware, software.... did you uninstall anything?? This kind of event doesn't just usually "happen" with no warning unless there is a hardware failure of some kind, and even then, you usually have some kind of warning.

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