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Dell Latitude D620 Laptop Won't Boot

Dell Latitude d620 notebook computer - i...
April 22, 2010 at 16:19:50
Specs: Windows XP
My Dell Latitude D620 laptop decided to blue
screen on me while I was doing some work in
Excel. However when I reboot it makes it to
the Black screen showing Windows XP
loading and I get the following blue screen:


Technical Information:

***STOP: 0X000000ED (0X86B83E30,
0X0000006, 0X00000000, 0X00000000)

I try booting into safe mode and all other
configurations and get this same message.


I Google the issue and see I probably just
need to the chkdsk /r thing. I change the boot
order to my CD in setup and put in my
Windows XP cd. I click to boot from cd and it
begins to enter Windows setup.

Windows setup takes about a minute to go
through all of the files it normally loads.
However, as soon as it gets to "Setup is
Starting Windows" I get a new blue screen
that has the following information on it:

Technical Information:

*** STOP: 0X0000007E (0XC0000005,
0XF76130BF, 0XF7A5F208, 0XF7A5EF08)

*** pci.sys - Address F76130BF base at
F760C000, DateStamp 3b7d855c


So I can't get into the repair function which
means I can't do anything at this point.
Anybody have any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!

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April 23, 2010 at 10:15:34
When booting off of the Windows CD you need to go into the recovery console in order to execute the chkdsk command.

Option 2: Starting the Windows Recovery Console from the Windows XP CD-ROM
If you have not preinstalled the Windows Recovery Console, you can start the computer and use the Recovery Console directly from your original Windows XP installation disc. If your computer is already in Windows and you want to add the Windows Recovery Console as a startup option, go to the next section "Adding the Windows Recovery Console as a startup option."

1. Insert the Windows XP CD into your CD drive and restart your computer. If you are prompted, select any options required to start (boot) from the CD.
2. When the text-based part of Setup begins, follow the prompts. Select the repair or recover option by pressing R.
3. If you have a dual-boot or multiboot system, select the installation that you want to access from the Recovery Console.
4. When you are prompted, type the Administrator password.
5. At the command prompt, type Recovery Console commands, and then you can refer to the commands that are listed in the "Available commands within Windows Recovery Console" section.
6. At any time, you can type Help for a list of available commands.
7. At any time, you can type Help commandname for help on a specific command. For example, you can type help attrib to display the help on the attributes command.
8. At any time, you can exit Windows Recovery Console by typing Exit at the command line.

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