I am having difficulty with drivers on my Acer Aspire 5253 system using Win 7. It is a couple months old. Within the last month, I have been getting random blue screen of death error messages in which the computer shuts down to prevent damage. The computer boots up fine without any problems. The blue screen that I see contains the same information each time.
I have been receiving this error message 'The application failed to initialize properly (0xc000007b). click ok to terminate the application'. why is this happening? the only cure i found was to reinstall the program but when i restart my computer it happens again.
Blue screen and freezing. This is happening frequently but never has any regularity to it. Sometimes happens after a couple of days and sometimes after a couple of minutes. Also sometimes with only one browser window open and sometimes with 15 or more. Happens with both chrome and firefox. Has not happened with other programs as this lapy only gets used for surfing/email/forums etc. Sometimes happens while the computer is sitting idle right after boot. Very strange.
I have recently been getting the blue screen of death at random times, I think it might be coinciding with sometimes when I have my phone plugged in to charge. I believe it said page fault in non paged area once. It has done it more than once though.Here is what windows gave me after it booted back up from 2 different times: #1Problem signature: Problem Event Name: BlueScreen OS Version:6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3 Locale ID:4105Additional information about the problem: [URL]
Can't find any info with a quick search. I am more a hardware, not software guy. I don't know if this is related but it is a $1000 gaming rig with an SSD, boots up great, but takes about 5 minutes to shut down. Reason for this?
I am a computer musician using a PC running Windows 7. My problems began when I was working on a new track in Abelton Live 8. I had a decent size project running when Abelton crashed. It was late so I just shut down my PC and went to bed. The next afternoon, everything booted up fine. I loaded Abelton and the project I was working on. As soon as the project opened I got a blue screen. I tried restarting my computer and this time Windows would not even boot. I received an error message saying BAD_POOL_CALLER. I restarted in Safe Mode and Windows was able to boot, but an error box came up saying that it could not load NVCP.dll. I contacted my computer guy and he said that file is for my NVidia drivers and that I should uninstall them, try to boot and if that worked then reinstall them with the latest version. I go into the Control Panel and try to Remove Program but the NVidia driver will not uninstall. There are 5 drivers listed for NVidia and 4 of them will uninstall by themselves, but one of them is completely unresponsive. Every time I select it and hit uninstall it just sits there and nothing happens. I tried reinstalling the drivers but it gives me an error every time it begins to unpack the zip file so I can't do that either. I've tried in both Safe Mode and Normal but I keep getting blue screen crashes as I'm trying to fix the problem.
For a while (ever since I updated my BIOS, I think) my computer have been taking around 10 minutes to shut down and after the 10 minutes it shows a blue screen for a second and then it restarts/shutdown. I recorded the computer screen while it was shutting down and was able to take a screenshot of the blue screen. This is what it says: Code: DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE
If this is the first time you've seen this stop error screen. Restart your computer. If this screen appears again follow these steps:
Check to make sure any new hardware or software or software manufacturer for any windows updates you might need.
If problems continue, disable or remove any newly installed hardware or software. Disable BIOS memory options such as catching or shadowing. If you need to use Safe Mode to remove or disable components , restart your computer, press F8 to select Advances Startup Options, and then select Safe Mode.
and after i installed new fresh copy and windows 7 home premuim x64 , while opening a game PC made this error once since that its always when iam loading something on pc / gaming / multi tasking this error comes up , so i installed all the updates of motherboared lastes nvidia graphics card and still no use -.- , i searched the forums and found i ihave to get the perfmon & Windows_NT6_BSOD_v3.03_jcgriff2_ files so here it is .
Gigabyte GA-D3H-Z77 Motherboard Gigabyte 2GB GTX 670 Graphics Card Corsair 8GB (2x4GB) RAM Intel i7 3770k processor Noctua NH-D14 fan Corsair 650W PSU Lexa S Case
Since this morning, sometimes when I turn my PC on, it will restart/blue screen restart after logging in, and sometimes when I am actually on my PC it will suddenly crash, it blue screens and gives me this error:
(This is someone else's picture, however the problem is the same)When my PC starts up the next boot, it gives me this message:Windows has recovered from an unexpected shutdown(After I click show problem details)
Problem signature: Problem Event Name:BlueScreen OS Version:6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1 Locale ID:2057
My laptop stopped working suddenly and began to try to reboot but failed. I got the following error codes on a blue screen, and I have no idea what any of this means. It then went to a screen that said it would repair windows start up but it didn't and I'm just left with the blue windows screen but no icons or buttons are visible. I've tried starting in safe mode and also restart at last known good configuration but nothing works.
Suddenly my laptop is crashing. Blue screen comes up with this error 0-0000007e. Tried a restore point but did not Work. I haven't installed anything new. Toshiba about 3 1/2 years old. Nothing special happened before.
I've been intermittently getting blue screens with the stop error 0x00000124, which the internet told me is either a driver or hardware issue. I've run memtest for 5 passes on both sticks of RAM and there were no errors. I do overclock my CPU, but my system is water cooled and the temp is always stable. In addition when not overclocked I still will get a blue screen sometimes. Here are my specs.
OS - Windows 7 x64 Windows 7 (Custom Build) Not OEM 1-2 years old 1 year. I re-install Windows every so often for tidiness.
CPU: Intel i7 2600k Video Card: EVGA Nvidia GTX 570 Super Overclocked Motherboard: Intel Gigabyte Z68X-UD3H-B3 Power Supply: Antec TruePower Quattro 850W
The zip with the jcgriff2 report is too big for the upload limit. So I uploaded it here: [URL]
I recently upgraded my motherboard,cpu and ram and did a format and a fresh install of Win 7 ultimate 64, well as the title suggests i can no longer play anything because it blue screens at any given chance. mainly error code 3b but i have had the odd 4e ,edit: there is also a 050 error now aswell.
System Specs: MB: Asus Rampage iv Extreme 5 days old Ram: 16gig Corsair Vengeance 11-11-11-27 2133mhz Quad 5 days old CPU: Intel i7 3960x 5 days old PSU: Corsair ax850 4 Months old
I was checking emails today and I got a blue screen of death on Windows 7. I didn't take a screen capture, however the error message had to do with winSys32.exe, and then the usually memory dump messages. I rebooted into safe mode and tried running Spybot, but it came up with an error, so I downloaded and ran Malwarebytes anti-malware. It found 5 problems and I deleted them. I then ran Avast and it found no infections. Figuring it was a malware problem, I rebooted. Now Windows won't load. It gets to the Welcome screen, then goes to a blank black screen, with a mouse cursor. The cursor can be moved. I powered down the computer, pulled the battery, and booted it back up. This time I got a black screen, saying my disks had to be checked for inconsistencies. I ran the scan and it found no errors. Windows started to load, then stopped at the blank black screen again. I have my laptop set up with Ubuntu 11.04 on a sperate partion and I have not any problems with it, so I think the issue is related just to Windows, not hardware. My laptop is an Asus g72g, with an Intel Core 2 duo processor @ 2.53ghz, 6 gigs of ram and an Nvidia graphic card. Other then adding Ubuntu I have not done any upgrades to the system. Windows 7 was a installed at the factory, not an upgrade, and I haven't added any software in 6 months or so.
I recently bought a USB hub and it casues my desktop to blue screen when shutting down/sleep/hibernating. It's definitly the problem as I have disconnected the hub, and it shutsdown perfectly well.Reconnect thje hub and I get the blue screen again. It's driving me mad. Seven forums have no fixes and all I want to do is shut down properly. The hub works perfectly well, all ports have power and pass information quickly. The driver just doesn't seem to like it. I'd love to find a third party driver that could handle it instead of this Microsoft driver that keeps throwing it's toys out the pram.
I recently started getting this problem where my pc [desktop] crashes and restarts for itself. then sometimes i get the following message
Problem signature: Problem Event Name: BlueScreen OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.768.3
i'm not sure if its the same everytime but this is what i got on the last occasion. i taut that the problem was with the amd catalyst suit, 12.8-which i upgraded to when it released- because sometimes upon restarting i did not get any display signal from the video card on my f22 aoc monitor. i did uninstall this driver and installed an older version [11.8 i think] and got an ease up on the problem. no restarting as regular as before. only during games.
I am having blue screen errors on my vista home software. It came pre installed when pc was purchased. Packard Bell sent me a Windows 7 a long while ago, but I did not install it. If I install it now, will I have to reinstall all the other programs on the pc and will it resolve the blue screen error if it is software based?
Today, My computer had a new problem. my computer had stopped and came back with blue-screen. It said memory dump failure. Computer halted and blue screen error popped up. It said the computer needs to be turned off to prevent further damage to the computer. Then its restarted automatically. And its fine now. But i want the reason for that error message.
Every time I try to start a certain game,(Borderlands 2) I get this error screen and my computer restarts. It only does this with two games,(the other one being Saints Row 3, if it matters)every other game works fine. Is it possible to tell if it's a hardware problem by looking at the error screen? url...
My laptop keeps turning itself off and keeps blue screen..BAD_POOL_CALLER ))..i have attached the last of my minidump .DMP files if you can access then and check the for me ...#DOWS 7 32BITINTEL DUAL CORE T3200 & 2GB X 22GB RAMADVENT
my blue screen keeps coming up even after rebooting code aeivnv_we comes which looks like update windows 7 logo and i must go on the internet (not on the internet with this computer)can i just delete or will that screw up windows 7 and no i don't have a back up.