STOP Error Code 0x000000E2 on Win XP

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I received a blue screen error on my computer and get the details of the error as the system restarts immediately. So I rebooted the system and pressed F8 to open the Advanced Boot Options.

Advanced Boot Options
Choose Advanced Options for: Microsoft Windows
(Use the arrow keys to highlight your choice.)
Safe Mode
Safe Mode with Networking
Safe Mode with Command Prompt
Enable Boot Logging
Enable low-resolution video (640×488)
Last known Good Configuration
Directory Services Restore Mode
Debugging Mode
Disable automatic restart on system failure
Disable Driver Signature Enforcement
Start Windows NorMally
Description: Prevent Windows from autoMatically rebooting after a crash.

I choose the Disable automatic restart on system failure option, and then restarts my computer. When starting, I got another BSOD error shown below:

What is this error and what is causing this to appear?

I don't know much about error codes so I really need help. I am running Windows XP.



A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.

The end-user manually generated the crashdump.

If this Is the first time you’ve seen this stop error screen, restart your computer. If this screen appears again, follow these steps:

check to make sure any new hardware or software is properly installed. If this is a new installation, ask your hardware or software manufacturer or any windows updates you might need.

If problems continue, disable or remove any newly installed hardware or software. Disable 0105 memory options such as caching or shadowing. If you need to use safe Mode to remove or disable components, restart ,our computer, press F8 to select Advanced startup options, and then select safe Mode.

Technical information:


collecting data for crash dump…

Initializing disk for crash dump…

Begning dump of physical memory.

Dumping physical memory to disk: 100

Physical memory dump complete.

Contact your system admin or technical support group for further assistance.

Answered By 20 points N/A #116913

STOP Error Code 0x000000E2 on Win XP


BSOD usually appears if Windows encountered a problem that it needs to stop completely. It can be hardware, software of driver related. If you have installed new software or hardware then got the error, then that may what cause the problem.

Try to do a system restore by logging into the safe mode and restore to a previous point prior to the installation.

Also, computer may experience BSOD if your Windows partition does not met the minimum amount of free space needed to boot up the Operating System. 15% of a drive’s capacity should be free at all times for windows to load.

You may also want to run a virus scan via the safe mode. Updating to available windows service packs and updates can also be of great assistance.

Answered By 590495 points N/A #313572

STOP Error Code 0x000000E2 on Win XP


That option you selected after getting the blue screen error doesn’t do any good because it will basically just deactivate the auto-restart feature in Microsoft Windows that automatically restarts the operating system when a system failure occurs. This doesn’t fix the problem with the blue screen error. If you receive the BSOD error or the blue screen error, try booting your computer using the last known good configuration option.

Restart your computer then press F8 before the Windows logo appears. In Advanced Boot Options screen, scroll down and select “Last known good configuration” then hit Enter to boot in the selected option. See if this works. If this doesn’t work, try to recall the change you made to your computer prior to this error.

If you installed a program before the error happened, you need to uninstall that program to fix the blue screen error. If you added a new hardware and installed its driver, you need to uninstall that driver and remove the hardware from the motherboard. You can do this by booting your computer in Safe Mode. Repeat the same steps to go to Advanced Boot Options screen.

In there, select “Safe Mode” then hit Enter. Once in Safe Mode, uninstall the program you recently installed that you think cause the problem. Restart your computer afterwards and boot normally. See if this works.

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