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    Stop Error

    Please help.

    I have a new Dell Latitude laptop PIII 850, 128MB RAM 10GB HDD running win 2000. After loading pcanywhere (9.0) i received the following stop error:
    *** STOP: 0X0000001E (0XC0000005,0X8041F1EE,0X00000000,0X00000030) KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED

    ***Address 8041F1EE base at 80400000, DateStamp 39760637 - ntoskrnl.exe

    I have tried repairing starting in safe mode (in fact in every other option given) but the same message comes up. I have tried to repair win2000 off the CD, it says it has made changes but the same message comes up.

    Being a public holiday downunder I cannot get any support and have tried everything I know (which is not much) I have been onto the microsoft site and read the knowledge base article Q161703 but it does not really help me. It suggests a lack of disk space (I have over 7.3GB) A problem with the video driver or BIOS. I cannot edit BIOS memory options and I cannot change or delete the video driver because I cant boot up.

    Any help will ease my frustration.

    TIA

    AB

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    Re: Stop Error

    can you get into safe mode?
    did you uninstall pcanywhere?

    i had a similar error last weekend when i installed AVP antivirus software. i finally had to go in safe mode and uninstall it, just disabling it in services was of no use.

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    Re: Stop Error

    I could not get into safe mode therefore could not unistall pc anywhere.

    When I did a recover of the CD it still produced the same error.

    I ended up reloading win2000 (and all applications)

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