BSOD error

Posted: 01-22-2009, 12:36 AM
Windows --XP3 pro -- laptop--will not start, get XP loading screen then
BSOD with following message:
Stop: C0000219 {Fatal System Error}

The windows logon process terminated unexpectedly with a status of
0xc0000135 (0x00000000 0x00000000)
The system has been shut down

Tried recovery console and chkdsk /R -- went to 36% and then listed
unrecovered errors as follows:
one or more unrecoverable problems.
78075896 kb total
53281624 kb available
4096 bytes/ allocation unit
19518974 total allocation units on disk
13320406 units available on disk

Still same error message when starting.

Help! Any suggestions greatly appreciated!

BSOD error


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jay
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RE: BSOD error
Posted: 01-22-2009, 12:59 AM
dan i have the same problem i have a blue screen and nothing else cant figure
out how to fix this one

"Dan Conrad" wrote:
> Windows --XP3 pro -- laptop--will not start, get XP loading screen then
> BSOD with following message:
> Stop: C0000219 {Fatal System Error}
>
> The windows logon process terminated unexpectedly with a status of
> 0xc0000135 (0x00000000 0x00000000)
> The system has been shut down
>
> Tried recovery console and chkdsk /R -- went to 36% and then listed
> unrecovered errors as follows:
> one or more unrecoverable problems.
> 78075896 kb total
> 53281624 kb available
> 4096 bytes/ allocation unit
> 19518974 total allocation units on disk
> 13320406 units available on disk
>
> Still same error message when starting.
>
> Help! Any suggestions greatly appreciated!
>
Malke
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Re: BSOD error
Posted: 01-22-2009, 01:01 AM
Dan Conrad wrote:
> Windows --XP3 pro -- laptop--will not start, get XP loading screen then
> BSOD with following message:
> Stop: C0000219 {Fatal System Error}
>
> The windows logon process terminated unexpectedly with a status of
> 0xc0000135 (0x00000000 0x00000000)
> The system has been shut down
>
> Tried recovery console and chkdsk /R -- went to 36% and then listed
> unrecovered errors as follows:
> one or more unrecoverable problems.
> 78075896 kb total
> 53281624 kb available
> 4096 bytes/ allocation unit
> 19518974 total allocation units on disk
> 13320406 units available on disk
>
> Still same error message when starting.
1. Retrieve any data that wasn't backed up. Do this by booting into a rescue
system like Knoppix or a Bart's PE and copying files to an external hard
drive. This will also help tell you if the issue is hardware or software.
If the system runs perfectly under Knoppix (Linus) for instance, you know
Windows is corrupt.

2. Do hardware testing in any case to make sure the hardware is sound. Since
this is a laptop, I'd test at least the hard drive and the RAM.

http://www.elephantboycomputers.com/...ardware_Tshoot

3. Assuming the hardware is sound, do a clean install of Windows. If you
have a restore-to-factory-condition setup, use whatever method the laptop
mftr. provided. Otherwise:

http://michaelstevenstech.com/cleanxpinstall.html - Clean Install How-To
http://www.elephantboycomputers.com/...alling_Windows - What
you will need on-hand

The last machine in my shop that had that error was so filled up with
trojans, viruses, and other malware from risky computing behavior that the
operating system was hopelessly corrupted, so this may not be hardware at
all.

Malke
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FAQ - http://www.elephantboycomputers.com/#FAQ

VanguardLH
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Re: BSOD error
Posted: 01-22-2009, 01:05 AM
Dan Conrad wrote:
> Windows --XP3 pro -- laptop--will not start, get XP loading screen then
> BSOD with following message:
> Stop: C0000219 {Fatal System Error}
>
> The windows logon process terminated unexpectedly with a status of
> 0xc0000135 (0x00000000 0x00000000)
> The system has been shut down
>
> Tried recovery console and chkdsk /R -- went to 36% and then listed
> unrecovered errors as follows:
> one or more unrecoverable problems.
> 78075896 kb total
> 53281624 kb available
> 4096 bytes/ allocation unit
> 19518974 total allocation units on disk
> 13320406 units available on disk
>
> Still same error message when starting.
>
> Help! Any suggestions greatly appreciated!
Create a bootable floppy or CD with the hard disk diagnostics available
from your hard disk manufacturer's web site. But if chkdsk (with the /r
option for surface scan checking) is failing then you have a bad disk.
No software can overcome a bad hard disk. Well, there's SpinRite from
grc.com that can try to resurrect a hard disk due to unreadable sectors
but it ain't free at $90, the price of which would buy another hard disk
but you'd lose everything on the original hard disk unless you have
backups. If you don't backup, you deem your data as worthless or
reproducible.
 
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