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NT 4.0 SP6 error STOP 0xC000021A 0x00000080

Posted on 2010-09-21
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Windows NT 4.0 SP6, trying to update and "blue screen of death" just before login, error code:
STOP 0xC000021A 0x00000080

There is done after crash update msgina.dll, and no effect at all, same "blue screen of death", how I can fix it?

Thanks a lot
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Question by:Raikka_
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by:rindi
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This is very often caused by malware. Scan the system with malware scanners like malwarebytes and with up-to-date ant-virus utilities (if there is still such a thing that will work and can be updated for such an ancient and unsupported OS).

http://www.malwarebytes.org/

You might also have to connect the HD to another PC to be able to scan it.
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by:Raikka_
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Yes, I know there is a lot viruses, I try remove them first. Thanks
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kadadi_v earned 500 total points
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Please Check this:

http://www.aumha.org/a/stop.php

Regards,
vijay
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