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That message is almost always associated with a driver failure, perhaps some new device addition or updated driver is failing under load. It could also be overheating, another thing to check.
 

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You could start by rolling back to a previous state and removing any recently installed hardware. If that fixes it, you have to decide what to do next.
 

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Support.microsoft.com - advanced search - Select Windows XP and the phrase "STOP 0X0000000A" will return a page full of possible causes. Searching for any 'stop' message, and there are a bunch of them, will usually key to something usefull.
 
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