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Blue Screen Error - Stop: 0x0000001A - Automatically Reboots

by JayT03 / January 21, 2013 8:02 AM PST

When I booted up my Dell Latitude D600 I got the following serious error notification:

Error Signature:

BCCODE: 1a BCP1: 00041785 BCP2: C0C0000
BCP3: 82478CB0 BCP4: 00000000 OSVer: 5_1_2600
Product: 256_1 SP1: 3_0

C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\WER93b1.dir00\Mini012113-10.dmp
C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\WER93bl.dir00\sysdata.xml

After 1 to 2 minutes, the computer reboots automatically. I cleared or unchecked Automatically Restart under System Failure so I could view the following Blue Screen Error:

Memory_Management

Stop: 0x0000001A (0x00041785,0xC0C00000, 0x82478CB0, 0x00000000

Can anyone help or guide me on how to repair this?

I don't have enough time to download or make any adjustments after logging into my desktop because the computer reboots. I have a lot of information (pictures, music, documents) that I do not want to lose. What are my options?

Thanks in advance,

Jay T

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A lot more detail is required.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 21, 2013 8:09 AM PST

You can use google on the stop error but your post is full of BSOD information that really does not tell us the story.

But you write you don't have enough time to do a thing. Did you try SAFE MODE?

And if you don't backup your stuff, I must ask, would you buy a blank drive to load the OS and see if that fixes it? That way your files are untouched from the repairs.
Bob

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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 21, 2013 8:14 AM PST
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929338 notes this error but given you had 6 years to update this and should be at SP3, I doubt this is the cause. MSFT does not offer a fix if the machine boots and fails. There are a bazillion other reasons such as rootkits, SATA drives, and other OS damage.
Bob

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Microsoft addresses this at this link
by wpgwpg / January 21, 2013 8:13 AM PST
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