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    Default KERNAL_DATA_INPUT_ERROR

    Recently my computer has started displaying a blue screen with this message:

    A problem has been detected windows has shutdown to prevent damage.

    KERNAL_DATA_INPUT_ERROR

    If this is the first time you have seen this error restart the system otherwise follow these steps:

    Check new hardware or software has been properly insatalled

    if problem continues disable or remove new hardware or software. Disable BIOS memory options such as chaching or shadowing.

    TECH INFO

    STOP: 0X0000007A(0XC03F0DFC, 0xC00000DE, 0xFC37F0AD, 0x0502286D)

    Win32K.sys - Address FC37FDAD base at FC32A000, Datestamp 41107eea

    Beginning dump of physical memory


    keep in mind that i can't figure out what is 0 and O.
    Does anyone know what this message means? Its an XP Pro system, Intel Pentium 3 1.2GHz, 256MB Ram

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    Not sure of the exact meaning, but there is a conflict in your system somewhere. Have you made any changes to your computer hardware or software just prior to this problem? If so, try undoing it to see if that corrects the situation. If not, try a system restore back to before you had the problem. Charlie

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    done both and still have problem
    also i have files missing tooso that i can't even get on Internet Explorer.
    cant get on anything but windows games

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    Try running the command chkdsk /f (note space between k and /). Click START, RUN, type chkdsk /f ,then hit ENTER. It will ask if you want to run on restart, say yes and reboot. It will check for damaged windows files. Charlie