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Old 12-26-2004, 01:09 AM
rsvpmus rsvpmus is offline
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Default LE 6.7 Major Crash

I installed 6.7 and experienced a MAJOR CRASH! I followed the instructions exactly. When I restarted, I noticed that instead of the the normal "saving your settings, Windows is shutting down" screen, there was now a window on the desktop showing the same message. After that the system would never restart, not even in Safe Mode. It would get to the Windows XP screen and then blue screen. (c000021a - fatal system error.) I had to use the Automated System Recovery which reformats the hardrive and re-installs the system from a backup. Anybody out there have any ideas? I really want to get going on 6.7 but don't want to risk going through this again. My setup:

P4 2.3
1G Ram
Matrox G550 graphics
Win XP SP2

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