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The stop error 0x00190203 occurs when you turn on your laptop and start working, almost after about half an hour, so that the system is shut down immediately and restarts again and again and flashes Blue Screen of Death.
This stop code indicates that the NTFS file system driver encountered a situation that he could not handle and is almost always caused by 3 things:
- Data corruption on the hard disk
- Data corruption in the memory
- The system lacks memory (usually only on heavily loaded servers).
A problem occurred in NTFS.SYS, the driver file that allows the system to read and write NTFS file system drives. There may be a physical problem with the hard disk, or an Interrupt Request Packet (IRP) may be damaged. Other common causes are significant disk fragmentation, large file I/O, problems with certain types of disk mirroring software or antivirus software.
This problem is usually caused by driver conflicts, corrupted operating system files, hardware and software conflicts. Sometimes a virus is the cause.
***Stop: 0x00000024 (0x00190203, 0x822B0330, 0xc0000102, 0x00000000)”
Run in safe mode
First, check the latest changes to your system, possibly the installation of the software or hardware, and uninstall them if you have done so in safe mode.
Safe mode can help you diagnose problems and sometimes even solve them. However, before you can do this, you must first know how to start your Windows 7 computer in safe mode.
1. Press and hold the F8 key during the start of Windows 7.
2 Use the system configuration tool (msconfig.exe) to start Windows 7 in safe mode.
3. Use the command prompt to start the safe mode under Windows 7.
4. use a Windows 7 installation reader and command prompt.
5. use a repair drive from Windows 7 and the command prompt.
Run sfc /scannow (Windows System File Checker)
This handy tool provides analysis and recovery of corrupted Windows system files, including NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM. This process can be performed without any problems under Windows 10, 8, 7, XP.
These are the steps:
- Click on Start
- In the search field, type the command
- Hold down the Ctrl-Shift key and press Enter.
- In an authorization dialog box, click Yes.
- Under a black box with the cursor blinking, press the sfc /scannow button.
- Press Enter
- Wait until the system file checker has checked the error.
- Finally, follow the on-screen commands to correct errors.
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