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    Hi, On boot up with the Winxp system I have recently received this message:
    Stop C00021A Fatal System Error The windows subsystem process has terminated unexpectanly with a status of...[string of numbers]
    The system has been shut down.

    A second message then comes up:
    Stop C00021A Fatal System Error The windows logon process system terminated unexpectantly with a status of ... [string of numbers]
    The system has been shut down.

    It has not been able to boot to the previous best configuration.

    Any ideas?

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    What is your system config....ex: processor ,, mobo,,etc.........
    did u run the microsoft upgrade advisor for winXP?????
    all so can u post the whole error message (s) including all the numbers??

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    @ your request:
    0XC0000005 (0X75b4494f 0X0052fb98)

    0X00000080 (00000000 0X0000000)

    The only thing I could find on c0000021a was
    stuff way back on NT4.0 SP3.

    Amd T-Bird 1gig 40gig IBM 7,200 ATA/100 HD 256 Crucial mem TnT2 m64 vid 350 antec psu 56XAcer cdrom 24XLiteon burner
    Iomega zip100 pport winxp pro clean install

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    so this is what the error messages look like(complete)?



    Stop C00021A Fatal System Error The windows subsystem process has terminated unexpectanly with a status of... 0XC0000005 (0X75b4494f 0X0052fb98)
    The system has been shut down.

    Stop C00021A Fatal System Error The windows logon process system terminated unexpectantly with a status of ... 0X00000080 (00000000 0X0000000)
    The system has been shut down.

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    personally I'd say its time for a good format

    and a clean install. (backup your data first)

    Did u install any software or do anything different before the error happend?

    and does it load in safe mode?

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    I did rebuild this whole thang a month ago! Been running great. I got a reply back from a techy suggesting I remove & examine the ram for burn marks on the gold leads. Sure
    'nuf, red varnish lookin' on one lead. Took a 256 stick of ram outa wifes box, installed, booted right up:cheers:

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