Hope it helps. Robin on Mon, 20th Jul 2009 6:28 pm Hi again Anthony, i thank you very much for your answer, i am trying another thing. I asked my friend , he suggested me to change power supply and that's resolve my problem. tammy on Sun, 26th Jul 2009 4:49 pm My daughters computer has the If the key is not valid I guess I'll buy a correct one or look for a blank CD at home. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. have a peek here
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[‚Äď]HighFlyingIcarus[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(6 children)It deleted some stuff (addresses?) then BSOD. When Windows picked up on the drive it repaired the corrupted files. Ive booted it into safemode to try and see if she had any virus software installed and it seems as though she doesnt. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/411093/bsod-reboot-loop-minidump-results-included/
can you tell me how to fix this if it said: Stop 0x0000004E (0x0000008D, 0x0009B180, 0x00400000, 0xc000B151). Certain drivers before other drivers?) Iíve run Malwarebytes Ė everything ok. Do you have Restore point ?
Disk scan seemed OK, but the old registry file still gave CRC errors when I tried to copy it, so it is likely a 'soft' error on disk -- one that Tim »crosslinked« Anthony on Fri, 29th May 2009 10:11 pm @Tim - The nv4_disp is related to the n4v_disp.dll file which is part of the Nvidia device drivers for your I think it is related with my usb DATA card (BSNL evdo ue 100 prithvi) Now when I start laptop either one of the two happens. (1) Blue screen boot menu Currently, i have reduced the resolution on my laptop and it seems to be ok however, i would much prefer to run it at a higher resolution.
After solving your problem, please mark it as solved by clicking 'flair' and confirming the 'solved' tag. After this update, which took forever!, I noticed Windows did some updates upon the restart & I got a BSOD. hdd is a st320020a Oct 12, 2009 #3 TorturedChaos TechSpot Chancellor Topic Starter Posts: 835 +19 Well raybay your a genius. Microsoft (R) Windows Debugger Version 6.3.9600.17336 AMD64 Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation.
It is always shutting down with that BSOD same error even if I am shutting it down with the conventional procedure. i haven's seen one since Windows '98!!! kunal on Wed, 1st Jul 2009 2:07 pm hi anthony i recently added a new hdd to my pc , it worked well bugcheck - The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. I've scanned for viruses several times and they're all negative, and I'm wondering if it's the anti-virus software.
This is the guide for DDU: Display Driver Uninstaller: How to use My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Laith Builds model LaithyPC-01 OS Windows 10 Professional x64 CPU http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/386511-random-bsod-freeze-reboot-boot-loop-no-minidump-anymore.html Keep all communication public, on the subreddit. Here was the trail of how I tracked it down, got the system booting, then recovered it back to its normal working state. The clock time was longer, but I don't count the time overnight while the disk is scanning.
Microsoft actually has a decent description of stop error 0x0000007B covering the possible causes and fixes. http://anyforgeek.com/bsod/bsod-xp-sp2.html The bugcheck was: 0x0000007e (0xffffffffc0000005, 0xfffff800022893aa, 0xfffffa60015e07d8, 0xfffffa60015e01b0). thnx alot u r doing a gr8 job there,,,hope to hear from u soon. Anthony on Sun, 23rd Aug 2009 6:17 am @Muntaha Masood - If the initial problem was These are the Nvidia Display drivers for this particular notebook. (want to learn about crash dump analysis and using the Windows Debugging Tools?
Now you see a checkbox called Automatic restart under System failure. But i have about 500 GB on my fixed Disc. Next time a blue screen error occurs, the screen will stay and Windows will not automatically reboot. http://anyforgeek.com/bsod/bsod-i-really-need-help.html I got hold of a vista disc, tried booting from it and installed updated vista sata controller drivers and got the following blue screen Worker_Thread_Return_at_Bad_IRQL Stop: 0x000000E1 (0x888070A1, Ox00000002, 0x00000000, 0x8892D260)
So whatever was making the reboots now wasn't far enough into the boot process where the system knew enough to create new minidump files. Ok, so the software registry hive is corrupted. please lemme know how to fix it.
A curious thing happened here -- BartPE's file browser froze up on me while renaming the file. They say "Windows replaced bad clusters in file 54037 of name \WINDOWS\system32\config\DEFAUL~1" DEFAUL~1 is the "8.3" form of the filename I was trying to rename. I am on a laptop. The memory test came up negative, but I plan on running the extended one soon.
I wonder any other sure sort solution for Windows 7/8/8.1 users. Cleaning up a Windows PC in that state is going to be a nightmare… @Paul - Most likely it is due to a driver problem or a memory problem. Having seen this type of error before in Case #1, the next step was to boot into a BartPE disk Navigating into the place where Windows XP's System Restore function saves http://anyforgeek.com/bsod/bsod-please-help.html Various error codesSo, new computer, was using Windows 7 and getting BSODs constantly.
Windows 7 and 8 include a memory diagnostic utility, and there are free third-party tools you can use, such as Memtest X86. 7: Try running the software on another computer If Cheers. Debdeep Mukherjee on Thu, 3rd Sep 2009 1:16 pm Hi Anthony, I got the backup disc anyways. The blue screen errors keep happening even after i reformatted and reinstalled Windows. End to end, I spent 2 hours on this notebook.
Click Here for Press Release Details There are now two cases here, both with similar symptoms, different root causes, both causing the customer the exact same complaint. I haven't tried (yet?) : - Memtest - BIOS update / "flashing", I really don't know much about these things that require USB or CDs, look confusing ... - And of I tried some options like 1. Its a desktop problem a very annoying problem ~Ryan P.S: Thanks for the help I appreciate your time to help out! :) Anthony on Mon, 13th Jul 2009 3:31 pm
One day it just stopped booting -- came up with the Windows XP logo screen, then blue-screened into a reboot loop. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. Request you to help me out. Sometimes worse, it loops the reboot, I mean the motherboard fan instead of going continuous uninterrupted "Vrooooooooooooom..." does "Vroooom..
My computer is a Sony Vaio with XP media center. And earlier in the past 14 months, some particles in games started flipping out like crazy, deforming my characters (in TERA, WoW, LoL, Sleeping Dogs) then BSOD, now it doesn't even She doesnít do Windows & drivers updates because she says they always cause issues & she gets the blue screen & has to do System Restore, so I donít know if