How to pinpoint the Windows XP problem via BSOD stop codes

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Blue Screen of Death
BSOD
STOP 0x00000000
STOP 0x00190203
STOP 0x81205EF0
STOP 0xC0000102
STOP codes
Windows XP
Hi, i have read as much as i can find about BSOD-Diciphering and known problems but I am struggling to understand exactly how to pin point the problem via the codes. OS xp home SP2, cant get in to safe mode and cant chkdsk/F as its asking. Codes are 0x00000024 (0x00190203,0x81205EF0,0xC0000102,0x00000000) Would really appreciate a little help Thanks in advance
ASKED: March 1, 2009  5:15 PM
UPDATED: March 11, 2009  9:07 PM

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If you have recently installed new hardware, you might be getting this problem from the hardware OR that the connections are not that great, Reseat any memory or interface cards. I had a system that threw batches of BSODs, I reset the RAM and have not had a BSOD problem with it in almost a year.
You also might need to repair your windows install. The information <a href=”http://icrontic.com/articles/repair_windows_xp”>here</a> will be helpful in that regard.
Good Luck!
Flame
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The STOP 0×00000024 message is a disk, file system, device driver and potentially memory issue.

One of my favorite web sites for initially looking up STOP messages is
TROUBLESHOOTING WINDOWS STOP MESSAGES

http://aumha.org/a/stop.htm

Mr Eshelman has compiled a large amount of STOP information and linked the references for the STOP erros in a single location. It can reduce the time to research STOP issues.

He has the main causes of STOP 0×00000024 issues referenced.
Peter
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  • Avensis
    Flame and peter.hi,sorry for late reply but the uk seems crazy right now. It's 03:00 and I'm catchin up via iPod. Thank you both so much for your input. I understand ntfs relates to x24 but it the other 4codes that I would love to get insight of how to dicipher.it's gone way beyond what they mean an I am burnin to know how to read them individually.any hope or input? Blessya. Be safe x
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  • Pjb0222
    Hi, Microsoft will have to decipher the additional parameters. I don't know of any comprehesive listing of what the parameters are for each STOP code. A search of 0x00000024 shows that it can be generated from several subsystems. Each subsystem probably has its own set of parameters defined. 1. You can search on the STOP message and parameters to sse if you get lucky and hit a well known issue. 2. You can get the debugging tools and look at the dump file and see if it contains any human readable expanded information. If you are into kernal dubugging and programming, you may be able to determine what is happening just with the debugger. 3. You can try sending the dump file to Microsoft for analysis. Peter
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  • Pjb0222
    This article lists the parameters under WIndows 2000. A good guess is they have not changed much. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/228888
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