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    NC10 Notebook gets BSOD on startup

    My NC10 has XP Home on it, and I now get a BSOD about ten seconds after starting.

    The message on it is 'MULTIPLE_IRP_COMPLETE_REQUESTS' which means nothing to me.

    I've run a Malwarebytes scan and Emisoft emegency kit scan in safe mode, neither pick upanything, so I'm at a loss as to how to proceed.

    Any advice would be appreciated.

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    Does it boot in safe mode?

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    It does, that's how I ran Malwarebytes.

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    Yes, I am sorry, you had said it before, but I missed it.

    Have you tried a system restore, from safe mode, to an earlier date?

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    If system Restore doesn't fix your problem, try a Clean Boot . If Clean Boot works, re enable things in groups to determine the culprit.

    Jerry

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    Thanks, Jerry,

    I followed the instructions for a clean boot, which went OK.

    I then added back the items I had disabled, doing it in several stages, each of which passed without incident.

    I now have everything enabled as when I started, and the system is starting OK.

    So I don't know what was affected, but it seems to be OK now. In fact I've just installed all the recent MS patches and restarted without trouble.

    I blame Microsoft!

    Alex

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    You're welcome. Strange. Only thing I can think of is some initiation order dependency. Hope the error doesn't resurface.

    Jerry

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