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Blue screen appears, not possible to reboot, even safe mode


Disaro

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Yesterday I left my Pc running a dfragmentation and when I returnes there was the crash blue screen with the following technical details: STOP: 0x000000ED (0x87749c90, 0xc00000006, 0x00000000, 0x00000000). I tried to reboot but even the safe mode doesn't work, same blue screen appears. Can anyone help???? Thanks!

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johndrew

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Have a look at this it may help.

Another possibility is that a RAM module has failed. Either replace it/them or run MemTest to check it out.

However it may be that your HDD is failing of has failed. Hopefully you have a backup of the drive which you can install on a new HDD. If not you could try making an Ultimate Boot CD on another PC and attempting to recover important files to another drive.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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What is rest of message?

Unmountable Boot Volume?

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Disaro

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Yes, it also says unmountable boot volume. Fortunately I have an external hard disk, almost everything has been copied there except for last month pictures of my kids :(

Johndrew, will try to do what u suggest when I'm back from holidays.

Thks for replying and helping.

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onthelimit1

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If it's XP, and you have an XP disk, then follow this guide

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