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I recently got a virus on my Inspiron B120 Laptop and the only thing I was able to do to remove it was to reinstall Windows XP on the computer. I have also installed the drivers from Dell's website but I keep getting the blue screen with the Kernal error message. This is what the message is:

STOP: 0x0000007A (0xE159FA38, 0xC000185, 0xBF93E4EB, 0x075A9860)

win32k.sys - Address BF93E4EB base @ BF800000, DateStamp 48025f2a

Does anyone know what this means and how to fix my computer??

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Sounds as if the hard drive is failing or corrupt. When you did the reinstall did you totally wipe the drive or just reinstall on top of what was there?

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I recently got a virus on my Inspiron B120 Laptop and the only thing I was able to do to remove it was to reinstall Windows XP on the computer. I have also installed the drivers from Dell's website but I keep getting the blue screen with the Kernal error message. This is what the message is:

STOP: 0x0000007A (0xE159FA38, 0xC000185, 0xBF93E4EB, 0x075A9860)

win32k.sys - Address BF93E4EB base @ BF800000, DateStamp 48025f2a

Does anyone know what this means and how to fix my computer??

I don't think you are dealing with a corrupt drive here... try running this drive as a slave on another computer or just take it in to someone that can. they should be able to salvage anything, remove the virus, and let your system boot normally again.

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