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The other day, I used Driver Cleaner to uninstall some video drivers. (I know, I know. Save it.) When I rebooted, I was met with a blue screen and those error codes. Rebooting in safe mode has the same effect. I solved the problem (sort of) by installing Windows XP Pro on my hard drive in addition to the now inaccessible XP Home, so I can at least boot up my computer and access all of my files. Unfortunately, everything is linked to the original Windows install, so I can't run any of my programs. Is there anything I can do to fix this? What does those error codes even mean?
 

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Microsoft will tell you its a bad driver. If you have your XP disk, boot with it and let it repair the installation. That should replace system files back to version on disc. I just recently had to do the same for a client.
 
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