I wish my 3G had built in tracking device.
You will also be happy when you lose it/someone stole it, and local police doesn't really care (they have much more serious things to worry about, I understand that) about your stupid phone and stuff stored on it.
From a quick look there seems to be problem with an ATi product (most of the warning messages), NTFS file system on C: and something about .Net framework.
I'm really tired so I'll let someone else dig up for now, if there's such volunteer. I don't want to give wrong advice (if I can any at all, tbh)
There's also some weird words in there. Example: "The .NET Runtime Optimization Service v2.0.50727_X86 service entered the zatrzymania state." Eh? :\
I have no idea, but you could check out Event Viewer (right click My Computer - Menage), and see if you can figure anything out.
Again, if you have another access point to the net and can research error logs, that would speed up the process.
I'm not sure now... Is it BSoD or just a reboot/shutdown?
Edit: Now I've properly read first sentence. Most helpful would be posting error logs on some XP support forums.
I can speak for myself only, but when I do a reinstall I just install software that is needed for everyday work.
A lot of other software I install as the need for it presents itself.
Also that way I get rid of a lot (relatively) of stuff that I installed, tried and forgot about it which is a bonus.
I just wanted to say it's sometimes quicker to get it working with a reinstall then poke around the issue for god knows how long.
Especially if you have kids who want to use it ASAP.
It's true tho that this problem might have been a quick(ish) fix, but sometimes you just can't be arsed to research it further.
I'm gonna stop rambling now, have a nice weekend. :beer: