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    System error 136 on HP desktop running on Windows XP

    I came across a System error 136 on my HP desktop running on Windows XP yesterday. What is the significance of this error? How can I get over this error?



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    Re: System error 136 on HP desktop running on Windows XP

    dear friend,


    System error 136 means- The system is trying to delete the join of two drives which were not joined properly.


    System error 136 means- The system is trying to delete the substitutions of a drive which is actually not substituted.


    There are some cause behind these issue-


    Spyware/Virus infection.
    Hardware corruption.
    Software or system file corruption.
    Windows registry editor corruption.
    Incompatibility of device-drivers.


    You can follow these guidelines to solve the issue-


    Scan your full system with a good quality antivirus & take action against the damaged/infected sectors.
    Check that you've installed appropriate drivers for all of your external hardware.
    Download error repair software from http://www.errordecoder.com/download/ErrorRepair.exe & RUN it to repair errors in your system.
    Frequently check your registry editor & perform maintenance.
    Update all your drivers, the OS & all the software to the latest.
    Scan all the external drives & all the emails before opening.


    Hope these will help you to solve the error................ALL THE BEST....!!!!!!!!!!

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    ghanathey swetha Array
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    Re: System error 136 on HP desktop running on Windows XP

    Hi.
    follow the below steps:
    >>Restart your computer and start pressing the F8 key on your keyboard. On a computer that is configured for booting to multiple operating systems, you can press the F8 key when the Boot Menu appears.
    >>Select an option when the Windows Advanced Options menu appears, and then press ENTER.
    >>When the Boot menu appears again, and the words "Safe Mode" appear in blue at the bottom, select the installation that you want to start, and then press ENTER.

    Thank you.

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