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From: Leonard Grey on 1 Feb 2010 14:50
Would that be BSOD v.1?
Errare humanum est
David B. wrote:
> No I don't, been dealing with them since their initial release.
From: Daave on 1 Feb 2010 17:21
French Quarter wrote:
> HP Tech Support said the only way to fix a (Code Purple) was to send
> the PC back to HP and let them TATTOO the MOMO
> Thank you for your time
They are wrong. Have a look at that thread. There is a workaround.
From: French Quarter on 1 Feb 2010 20:52
XP booted up then crashed to the Blue Screen. XP never would boot to Safe
Mode. Thanks for your help
From: French Quarter on 1 Feb 2010 20:54
Hey Elmo Joe,
The HP has a SATA HD. It was connected to an external SATA cable from my
main PC, copied what needed to be save, edited some files at the Recovery
Console , now its working. Thanks for your tips.
From: French Quarter on 1 Feb 2010 20:55
Your thread had the solution, Thanks for all your help. I sent the New
Orleans Cajun Gumbo by FedEX