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I am getting a "the system has recovered from a serious error" message. When I go into the log it see this:


BCCode : 10000050 BCP1 : C43AD900 BCP2 : 00000001 BCP3 : BF805AA1
BCP4 : 00000000 OSVer : 5_1_2600 SP : 2_0 Product : 256_1


Then when i got to technical information about the error I get:

C:\\DOCUME~1\\KANJIB~1\\LOCALS~1\\Temp\\WERdea3.di r00\\Mini031406-01.dmp
C:\\DOCUME~1\\KANJIB~1\\LOCALS~1\\Temp\\WERdea3.di r00\\sysdata.xml


Can anybody help me? Thanks!
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Are you crashing the system, BSOD at anytime If it is doing it with normal operation then it is a concern but when overclocking and having the system not exit Windows properly then that is normal.
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The recovery box just means that something was causing BSD and with that critical fault it was able to recover.

If it is continuous then I would start doing some software troubleshooting.

Repeated BSD can corrupt the OS beyond repair.
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I would reformat if i was you... I reformat each month lol. Like a new pc every time
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A simple preventative fix could be to do an sfc /scannow.

1. Put your WinXP CD in your optical drive.
2. Open the "Run" dialogue box.
3. Type "sfc /scannow" (without quotation marks)
4. Hit enter.
5. Wait 30 minutes or so for the process to complete.

I don't guarantee this will work, but it can fix or help fix Windows if any of the critical Windows files have become corrupt or deleted.

If you want to, give it a go as it can't really do any harm.

You could also look into cleaning out your windows registry, as registry problems are a very common cause of Windows crashes.

I think a format would be overkill at this point in time - its always best to try and solve the problem before resorting to a format, imo.

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uninstall any programs installed in the last 2 sessions restart each time - if still there go into bios and re-configure back to default or to all settings that you know were working - restart in safe mode - restart using boot disk- restart normal and if the problem persists run a good diagnostics program for XP run all your spyware and any recovery tools you have- If that fails- run restore if you use it? last resort format re-install XP and take a deep breath its gonna be a long night.

If you have another HDD install XP on it so you can trouble shoot taking your time with the problematic HDD? Its hard to fix it online but Microsoft does have a newsgroup/ tech net/ etc to help with such issues
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Ugh. Don't re-format every month.

Build up your system. Get drivers, patches, etc. installed. Get it to a happy state.

Then TAKE AN IMAGE OF IT.

If you really run into crap, backup data, restore image and you are once again in a happy state.

I normally take a few images of each system I build:
1. OS+Drivers+Patches
2. OS+Drivers+Patches+Applications

Then I update my images (#2 above) every 6 months or so.. I am always able to get back to a known state quickly.

Use ADS from MS or Ghost or something. (ADS has a wicked W32 WinPE/BartPE cmd line tool to taking images called imgdeploy - it compresses far more than ghost.)
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Originally Posted by Highly-Annoyed
A simple preventative fix could be to do an sfc /scannow.

1. Put your WinXP CD in your optical drive.
2. Open the "Run" dialogue box.
3. Type "scf /scannow" (without quotation marks)
4. Hit enter.
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You could also look into cleaning out your windows registry, as registry problems are a very common cause of Windows crashes.

I think a format would be overkill at this point in time - its always best to try and solve the problem before resorting to a format, imo.

Highly-Annoyed

I tried that command scf /scannow and it doesnt work... can you verify this is the right command? Thanks!
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sfc /scannow is the command.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by metalkobra
sfc /scannow is the command.

Thanks guys/gals!

How do you know when its done? Do you rust remove the windows disc and go on about business?
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