by   October 12 2011   
STOP: 0X00000024 (0X00190203, Blue Screen Issue If Blue Screen with this error appears at boot or just after your boot menu options screen your NTFS File System has a problem that most likely is related to a hard drive problem or a system file issue.

STOP: 0X00000024 (0X00190203, Blue Screen Issue

If Blue Screen with this error appears at boot or just after your boot menu options screen your NTFS File System has a problem that most likely is related to a hard drive problem or a system file issue.

STOP: 0X00000024 (0X00190203, 0X8a408220, 0XC0000102, 0X00000000)

Seems to be very common and offers up the old Blue Screen of Death.

If Blue Screen with this error appears at boot or just after your boot menu options screen your NTFS File System has a problem that most likely is related to a hard drive problem or a system file issue.


Don't run out and purchase a new hard drive until you have had a tech look at things.

This fix might save you the time and money.

I've seen more laptops come up with this error as well which might be due to a little drive damage.

Follow these steps:

1. Boot from the Windows CD. (If you don't have one order it.)
2. When asked to Install or Repair select Repair to enter the Recovery Console C:\ Prompt.
The Recovery console will start.
3. From the command line type: chkdsk /r
4. Let the CHKDSK /r run it could take hours.

If you are asked to login as Administrator
This is what a technician will do as soon as the error is seen.
If this doesn't work you'll need to look for additional issues with files, programs and compatibility with NTFS or corrupted and damaged files.

 

 

 

 

 

STOP: 0X00000024 (0X00190203, Blue Screen Issue If Blue Screen with this error appears at boot or just after your boot menu options screen your NTFS File System has a problem that most likely is related to a hard drive problem or a system file issue.