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You must have used various methods to safeguard your valuable data against miscellaneous scenarios that may result in data loss. However, our computer being a machine itself is bound to have some problem or the other in due course of time. Such scenarios may hamper its performance considerably or make the system or its partitions completely inaccessible.

Such corruption may happen due to various reasons such as virus infections, human errors, power surges, file system corruption, etc. you should take appropriate corrective measures to resolve the issue. However, if you are not able to address the issue then you should use a third-party windows data recovery software to recover the inaccessible data.

Consider a scenario wherein when you are trying to start your Windows XP system. But, the system is unable to boot and is getting restarted repeatedly after displaying the blue startup screen.


The most possible causes of this situation are:

A STOP error has caused the system to stop.

The Automatically restart option is selected under Startup and Recovery in the System properties.

The size of the Windows paging file is less than the amount of memory installed in the computer.


To resolve this error, you can perform the following methods:

Modify the registry settings for the Automatically restart option: For this, you would need to perform the following steps:

Reinstall Windows to a different partition.

Run Regedit.exe to open the Registry Editor.


Click Load Hive on the Registry menu, and then open the System file in the original Windows installation location.

Change the value of the following registry key from 0 to 1. This should disable the Automatically restart option.


Modify the PagingFiles value of the original installation so that the dump file can be created by the STOP error message.

The aforementioned methods should be able to resolve the issue and you would be able to boot the system properly. However, if the problem is still not resolved then you should use a third-party Windows data recovery software to recover the Windows files. Such read-only tools are able to recover the trapped data from inaccessible drive using fast yet sophisticated scanning algorithms.

Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery is a Windows data recovery software that enables you to recover Windows files from both FAT or NTFS file systems. It is competent enough to recover more than 185 different file types from various storage media such as hard disks, external HDDs, pen drives, iPods, etc. In addition, this Windows data recovery tool is able to recover deleted emails from MS Outlook and Outlook Express. It is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, Server 2003, XP, and Server 2000.

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