XP Blue Screen win32k.sys error

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givemeabrk
XP Blue Screen win32k.sys error

im havin a problem with my windows xp. it's giving me a blue screen with the error about win32k.sys it goes so fast i cant read it all....i went to the page stated above windowsreinstall.com and followed it step by step but i still have the same problem. cant get to the desktop at all.

might my hdd (hard drive) be bad? or can i reinstall windows without losing all my stuff? any help would be great.

 

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givemeabrk
Re: XP Blue Screen win32k.sys error

does anyone know how to fix a win32k.sys error, its not my hdd (hard drive)...recovery console finds my drive and windows. but everything i have read so far to fix it doesn't work. any help would be great. im desperate here.

animestrinity
Re: XP Blue Screen win32k.sys error

You might want to take a look at http://forums.techguy.org/windows-nt-2000-xp/658464-blue-screen-death-win32k-sys.html

Otherwise, my advice would be to try the 'Repair' feature using the OS disk to repair or replace anything system files that have been deleted or are corrupt...

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givemeabrk
Re: XP Blue Screen win32k.sys error

i did that went to windowsreinstall.com followed it step by step and nothing still wont go to windows desktop...im going to shoot it here soon or go to linux lol

Pawster1
Re: XP Blue Screen win32k.sys error

 

Hi there...

                         To catch that blue screen error page press the windows key and pause/break key together. This will open up your System Properties. Click on the "Advanced" tab on the right then under "Startup & Recovery" click "Settings". Under "System failure" uncheck "Automatically restart". 

So it's: System Properties>Advanced>Startup & Recovery>Settings>uncheck "Automatically Restart".

 

If you can come back here with the errors and more info I'd be glad to help if I can. Have you had any luck with your recovery disc or do you have one? Also, if you are having trouble getting into windows keep tapping F8 at startup and go in under "safe mode".

                                                           ~Pawster1

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