Dell Optiplex 755 Blue Screen Error Windows XP Professional

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    MrShepard

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    This is a link to the exact system I own and am speaking ago.
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0084LLEJ8?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=od_aui_detailpages00

    Okay, so I am running into the blue screen error and there is nothing I have been able to do to get past it. I have tried starting in all modes including safe and the last working mode. I have tried to get my cd-rom to boot up the operating system re-install and I can't get anywhere near the computer opening up a OS re-install. This started two days ago and I have spent several hours attempting to fix it by reading things on the internet, but where their "fixes" work, I can't get past the blue screen. I don't care if I lose all of my files and installed games and such, I just want it to work so I don't have to go buy an entire new one since I just bought this one in June... I am attaching pictures of all the common screens I have been getting. I hope someone can help! Thanks.

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    Hello MrSheppard,

    Had similar problems on an old Dell GX-270.

    Sometimes the BIOS does not want to "see" the cable jumper pin setup.

    Solved by setting the jumper pin to Cable Select instead of Master.

    Good luck,

    Mark. (Aunty Jack).
     
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    Hello again MrSheppard,

    I forgot the most important thing.

    The jumper pin slot on the rear of the physical drive C:\

    Means you will have to open up the case to find it.

    Good luck,

    Mark. (Aunty Jack).
     
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