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Hi,

I'm on a Windows XP Pro Sp3. Pent 4 3Ghz, 512MB RAM.

I have a problem which I can't seem to find the answer to. The problem is this: at times my computer will crash at the boot screen and doing this 2 or 3 times before booting properly. When it's booted, the computer wants to send an error message to Microsoft and when it's finished, it opens up this page:

 

http://wer.microsoft.com/responses/Response.aspx/17604/en-gb/5.1.2600.2.00010100.3.0?SGD=d9ca0bf5-1e95-401e-9169-a8683c8c4d45

 

I have already done this but it still happens. I have already tried Rolling back the system but nothing works. I have already installed the "PX Engine" and again it still crashes. The interesting thing is that I don't seem to have any "Roxio" products on my computer that I can find, unless it's not under Roxio but another name.

 

Anybody else have this problem?

 

Thanks for your replies and suggestions.

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Hi,

I'm on a Windows XP Pro Sp3. Pent 4 3Ghz, 512MB RAM.

I have a problem which I can't seem to find the answer to. The problem is this: at times my computer will crash at the boot screen and doing this 2 or 3 times before booting properly. When it's booted, the computer wants to send an error message to Microsoft and when it's finished, it opens up this page:

 

http://wer.microsoft.com/responses/Response.aspx/17604/en-gb/5.1.2600.2.00010100.3.0?SGD=d9ca0bf5-1e95-401e-9169-a8683c8c4d45

 

I have already done this but it still happens. I have already tried Rolling back the system but nothing works. I have already installed the "PX Engine" and again it still crashes. The interesting thing is that I don't seem to have any "Roxio" products on my computer that I can find, unless it's not under Roxio but another name.

 

Anybody else have this problem?

 

Thanks for your replies and suggestions.

 

 

yes i had this problem with one of my computers it worked fine on the other though i had to remove it in the end

the only way i could get the comp to start was in safe mode

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yes i had this problem with one of my computers it worked fine on the other though i had to remove it in the end

the only way i could get the comp to start was in safe mode

 

Mike, the Op of this thread never installed any Roxio product - that we know of.

 

Roxio does/did develop some of the Windows burning capabilities though. That is why it was suggested that XP may have become corrupted.

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