message from Windows XP stopc000221 checksum bad image

Windows xp stop c000221 bad image checksum this message occurred when my computer was installing updates can it be repaired without losing information on my hard drive?


Hi andir12,
1. What is the full error message you get?
Check if you are able to boot in safe mode .
If you are able to start in safe mode, please run System Restore in safe mode and install the updates manually to determine which updated a problem from happening. If the message of judgment occurs, repeat the process and refrain from settling the problem causing the update to.

Aziz Nadeem - Microsoft Support

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