Problems occurred because the windows error

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I have a computer. A few months ago I installed Windows XP on my computer. Computers are typically used to play the game by my brother. Computer was used almost every day for 24 hours.

A few months ago, when I want to use these computers out windows display momentary error on my computer monitor, then the computer died. I tried to fix the computer, but to no avail. I am confused with my computer problem.

Please give me the solution.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #103525

Problems occurred because the windows error


Hi Black,

It seems that the problem is caused by WOV (Windows Old Version) this Error Type is when there is much errors in the OS.

So you have to Format your PC it is the easy way to solve the problem you may restore it if you want but i advice you to Format it

So to resolve this error you have to follow my instructions :

  1. Start in safe mode.
  2. Rescue your important Files and data.
  3. put OS Cd in CD/DVD reader.
  4. Restart your PC.
  5. Format The System Hard driver.
  6. Install windows.

To restore your System :

  1. Go to Start menu >All Programs>accessories>System Tools>System restoration.
  2. Choose a Backup date.
  3. Click next.
  4. wait for it to finish.
  5. Restart your PC.
Answered By 590495 points N/A #103526

Problems occurred because the windows error


You did not explain well what kind of error message you received before the computer shuts down. Try starting the computer using the last known good configuration setting. You can do this by starting your computer then pressing F8 right before the Windows logo appears or keep on pressing F8 while CMOS is doing the POST.

You will then see the Windows Advanced Options Menu screen. Navigate with the options using the arrow keys of your keyboard. Select Last Known Good Configuration (your most recent settings that worked) then hit Enter key. If this option didn’t work, go back to this screen again then select Safe Mode. If you successfully booted the system to Safe Mode, try restoring your computer using the System Restore option found in Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools. Restore your computer using the last available restore point.

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