Windows has just recovered from a serious error on running Delphi 7

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Hello everyone,

Hope someone can help me with my problem regarding my Computer. I have been programming all my life using delphi 7 and every now and then i have never met an error like this. Now to be more detailed, here's my problem.
 
1. Before, when i end my work (program) it usually slows down my system but never stops responding, only slows down.
2. Eventually last week, When i was working on the same project i had before and when i saved my work and close the applications (delphi 7), my computer enters the blue screen mode.
3. This now happens every time i save my work and exits the application. And when it resumes a message box appears saying "Windows has just recovered from a serious error".
4. Note that this only happens every time I save my work in Delphi 7 (other application doesn't have this effect).
 
Now what i want to do is, how can i avoid the "not responding state" and the blue screen mode.
 
Thanks and have a great day guys.
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Windows has just recovered from a serious error on running Delphi 7

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Hi,
 
Blue screen errors can be caused by unrecoverable hardware or software problems. Please follow the steps below to try resolving the issue:
 
Solution 1: Run the System File Checker tool.
 
1. Insert the Windows XP installation disk.
2. Click “Start” button and select “Run”.
3. Type “sfc /scannow” (without quotes) in the Run command window and press Enter.
 
Note: You must be logged in as the Administrator. Check whether the issue is resolved.
 
Solution 2: Restore system to an earlier point in time.
 
1. Click “Start” button, choose “All Programs” and open “Accessories”.
2. Point to “System tools” and open “System Restore”.
 
Note: You should be logged in as the Administrator.
 
1. In the System Restore window, click “Choose a different restore point” and click “Next”.
2. Select a restore point from the list that was created before you began to experience the issue, and then click “Next”. Click “Finish”.
 
Solution 3: Run Windows XP Recovery Console.
 
1. Restart the computer after inserting Windows XP Installation CD in the CD drive.
2. Press any key if you are prompted to start installing Windows from the installation disk.
3. Choose “R” as the setup begins to start repair.
4. Type in the Administrative password if you are prompted to, and press Enter.
5. Type “bootcfg” in the command prompt. This will fix any boot.ini errors.
6. Please visit the following web link for more information:
 
 
Hope this helps.
 
Pauli

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