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Hi,
  My Win2000 Pro can't boot itself.  It always comes with the blue screen with error message.  I want to use the win2000 CD to boot but the blue screen still exists.  How can I solve this problem???

  I have tried to select every option by pressing 'F8' but blue screens still comes out.

  What's wrong???

Thanks
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Question by:gorexy
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by:bigeek
ID: 6479124
You computer has issues.  How long has 2000 been installed?  Have you recently made any hardware or software changes since your last boot?
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by:gorexy
ID: 6479130
no I didn't install anything new
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by:Ajnin
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Do you have any repair disk?
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by:gorexy
ID: 6479389
no..how can I make?
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by:Ajnin
ID: 6479543
To create a repair disk goto Run, Start, Accessories, System Tools then Backup.

However this needs to be done before you run into problems. This allows you to get your PC back to the way t was when you created the repair disk.

Has Win2000 ever worked on this machine?

If it has you could try booting to the Win2000 setup cd and choose the repair option (even if you don't have a repair disk). Then choose Emergency Repair the Fast Repair.

If it has never worked then it is most likely a hardware issue.

regards
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by:Kyle Schroeder
ID: 6480592
Without having the actual STOP error message, its hard to say what's happening, but it sounds like the harddrive with Win2K was cloned from a system with a different motherboard and IDE controller chipset.  You may be able to reinstall.  Go into the BIOS setup and see if you can change the Boot Order to boot first from CD-ROM.  Then save and exit, restart machine with Win2K CD in the CD-ROM drive (assuming IDE, SCSI is a bit more complicated depending on if your SCSI card supports CD boot).

Please post the first line or 2 of the blue screen error you get.

-d
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by:gorexy
ID: 6481324
no I use the win2000 CD to boot but it can't let me select to reinstall or repair option!  
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by:stevenlewis
ID: 6481366
what does the stop screen say? what are the numbers listed
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by:gorexy
ID: 6481388
0x00000024 (0x00190256,0xf5c33748,0xf5c333a0,0xbff836ce)
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by:gorexy
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YUP this page can help a lots. Thx
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by:stevenlewis
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gorexy Glad I could help
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