Microsoft released an update for Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) users that have the 0x000000D1 error: Download update #KB916595 Follow the instructions from the “Install Instructions” section on how to install the update.If #KB916595 doesn’t fix the error, try uninstalling any new device drivers you may recently installed on your system.
You can fix the 0x C0000218 error by trying any of the following methods covered below: Method #1: Run the chkdsk /p command You need your original installation CD for this procedure.
When you have the CD ready, follow these steps: Method #3: Recover the registry Follow the instructions from the Windows could not start: CONFIG\SYSTEM error guide on how to recover the registry of a Windows XP system.
This is usually caused by data corruption on your hard disk.
To fix this error try the following methods: Method #1: Check or remove hardware Make sure that all disk cables are connected properly before booting your computer.
The blue screen error with the code “0x000000EA” and the name “THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER” that a video card driver (most likely) is stuck in a loop. Fix #1: Install the latest driver Make sure your video adapter has the latest driver available installed.