Impossible to Start - Stop 0x000000ED error

I have a dell 340 which is running windows xp. When I turn it on it displays a screen that gives me the options to start windows normally, last known good configuration or safe mode. When I use the top and down arrow keys that they do not work. Then it starts windows normally and automatically flashes a blue screen with a stop error and restart the computer again. I know what the stop error, because I recorded with my phone and I saw. Also, I know that my keyboard works because when I turn it on it says press f1 and because that my computer does not error messages. I tried to put the windows xp disk and boot from it but it asks me to press any key to boot from it and because my keyboard does not work I can not boot from it. Can someone help me please? Thank you very much for your help

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Hello

The concern is related to the hardware on the computer.

Try to connect another keyboard to the computer and follow the steps from the link: when you restart your computer or upgrade to Windows XP, you receive the error message "STOP 0x000000ED UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME": http://support.microsoft.com/kb/297185

If the keyboard does not not detected then you may need to contact the computer manufacturer for assistance.

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