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Jun 18, 2004 - Windows XP    32 Comments

STOP 0x0000009C MACHINE_CHECK_EXCEPTION Error Message in Windows XP

This behavior occurs because your computer processor detected an unrecoverable hardware error and reported it to Windows XP. To do so, it used the Machine Check Exception (MCE) feature of Pentium processors or the Machine Check Architecture (MCA) feature of some Pentium Pro processors. The error may be a result of any of the following:
System bus errors.
Memory errors that may include parity or Error Correction Code (ECC) problems.
Cache errors in the processor or hardware.
Translation Lookaside Buffers (TLB) errors in the processor.
Other CPU-vendor specific detected hardware problems.
Vendor-specific detected hardware problems.
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Jun 18, 2004 - Windows XP    2 Comments

STOP 0x00000074 BAD_SYSTEM_CONFIG_INFO Error Message in Windows XP

Normally caused by having one or more RAM sticks that are either damaged or not placed into the computer correctly. turn off the computer and double check the RAM seating. If the memory is seated correctly, it could be that you have a bad DIMM. Try swapping out the DIMMs one at a time.
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Jun 18, 2004 - Windows XP    1 Comment

STOP 0x00000073 CONFIG_LIST_FAILED Error Message in Windows XP

One of the core Windows system hives (the SAM hive, the SECURITY hive, the SOFTWARE hive, or the DEFAULT hive) cannot be linked in the Windows registry. However, this error does not mean that the hive is damaged or that it was not loaded successfully.
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Jun 17, 2004 - Windows XP    No Comments

HOW TO: Create a Mirrored Volume in Windows XP

This step-by-step article describes how to create a mirrored volume on a remote Windows 2000 Server-based computer by using the Disk Management snap-in in Microsoft Windows XP. You can use the Disk Management snap-in to create a mirrored volume from unallocated disk space on a dynamic disk, or mirror an existing simple volume on a dynamic disk.
A mirrored volume, also known as a RAID-1 volume, is a fault-tolerant volume that duplicates data on two different physical disks. Mirrored volumes are supported on dynamic disks, and provide data redundancy by using two identical copies (mirrors) of the volume.
You cannot create mirrored volumes on computers that are running Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional or Windows XP 64-Bit Edition. However, you can use a computer that is running Windows XP Professional to create mirrored volumes on remote computers that are running Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Advanced Server, or Windows 2000 Datacenter Server. You must have administrative privileges on the remote computer to do this.
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Jun 17, 2004 - Windows XP    No Comments

Get Rid of Unwanted Balloon Tips

Get Rid of Unwanted Balloon Tips
Open up the Registry Editor and expand the tree to display the following key:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER Software Microsoft Windows CurrentVersion Explorer Advanced
Then, created a new DWORD value named EnableBalloonTips and set it to 0x00000000.

Jun 17, 2004 - Windows XP    No Comments

How to Recover from a Corrupted Registry That Prevents Windows XP from Starting

This article describes how to recover a Windows XP system that does not start because of corruption in the registry. This procedure does not guarantee full recovery of the system to a previous state; however, you should be able to recover data when you use this procedure.Warning Do not use the procedure that is described in this article if your computer has an OEM-installed operating system. The system hive on OEM installations creates passwords and user accounts that did not exist previously. If you use the procedure that is described in this article, you may not be able to log back into the recovery console to restore the original registry hives.
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Jun 16, 2004 - Windows XP    No Comments

XP Services Guide

Without a doubt the most asked question is what is svchost.exe and why is it running so many times at once. That’s a fair question, especially if you’ve looked in Task Manager and seen it listed three or four times, each instance gobbling up memory. The official answer, straight from the mouth of Microsoft is:
“Svchost.exe is a generic host process name for services that run from dynamic-link libraries (DLLs).”
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