My computer was getting old, freezing a lot, and just being annoying so I thought I would just give it a clean sweep. I don't have a CD so I did it by using winnt32.exe. I reinstalled and everything was complete and then when my computer rebooted I get the same BSOD error over and over again. This error happens at the Windows XP loading screen.
Okay, here is my story. Around early august, I built a new gaming rig pretty much all by myself. All the parts cost nearly $800. But another guy did a few things for me, and set up the BIOS.Anyway,I installed a bunch of drivers on some cd's I had, and it looked like I was good to go. Anyway, from then to now, I have been through BSoD heck, among other problems.
The USB's killed 2 of my flash drives,and an ipod.I don't know how, but it defidenntly isn't a coincidence all of those things died.Anyway,I get BSoD's in the most random times,it happens a while I start my pc up. I can barely play games like Bioshock because of this problem.the error message that usually pops up on the BSoD is DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL.
Im using an Advent 7049 Laptop and over the past few months my 7049 started to come up with the BSOD with various errors and sometimes it shuts down, i just ignored these and put it down to installing stuff id downloaded, so i got rid of the programs and once or twice it would still crash, i decided to do a full recovery yesterday and all ive installed is a firewall and antivirus and i was listening to some mp3s and it shut down!!! These were the last 2 errors i got -
DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL Stop 0x000000D1 (0x92453BE8, 0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0xF80A00EA) ALCXWDM.SYS - Address F80A00EA Base At F803A000, Datestamp 3EA80730 ....
Recently my computer crashed due to some driver faults. I tried updating some drivers from Genius Driver Professional 2007 and ran a few setups for the chipset, NVidia driver, and monitor. Well all was well until I rebooted. When I did so the resolution was at 800x600 and 8-bit color. Went around looking for a way to change back to the plug-and-play monitor, but it just faulted with a BSOD.Well I booted up to only read "Windows XP could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: WINDOWSSYSTEM32CONFIGSYSTEM." It directed me to use the Repair CD and use the recovery option, but when I use that I get a BSOD* after I enter "1" for the recovery process so I can't use any commands. I tryed to repair it, but get the same result.I've googled this similar problem and couldn't find a solution. I saw possibilities of taking out my SATA HDD and putting it into a 2nd computer to fix the problem, but my second computer has Vista. Is it possible to fix it this way?
My laptop SONY VGN-NS140E will not start the windows set-up/Fresh Install scenario. After the drivers get loaded and says starting windows it goes to the BSOD error Stop 0x0000007B, I figure this to be a MBR virus or corrupted boot sector. So I wiped the disc with Boot and Nuke 2.2.6, showed no errors. Tried again with same result. Ran Disc repair with same result. NOT the XP disc for sure as I have installed in different systems with no problems. HDD was running Vista SP2 when problems started. Ran bootable virus scan and stated MBR errors. Different software packages report that the drive is fine but still cannot partition/format drive.
Whenever my Personal Computer is loading Windows XP it will suddenly show a BSOD with the error:UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME.My Personal Computer will then restart.What should I do to stop this crap BSOD?I'll try to post pics later.
So I've been getting random crashes and restarts in win xp sp2. I turned off the auto restart and copied down the information. At the top it says: MEMORY_MANAGEMENT Then the stop code: 0x0000001A (0x00000781, 0xC664408, 0x00000000, 0xE128C000) I took out one dimm of ram to see if that did anything.
computer has a BSoD, Stop error 0x00000024. Many of the guides on the Internet told me to run " chkdsk drive: /f " in Cmd. The problem is that I CANT go past the BSoD to access Cmd, even in safe mode. It is a Windows XP Home Edition.
The computer I am working on is a Compaq Presario SR1020NX running Windows XP Home Edition. It connects to the internet via a Linksys WMP54G adapter. It tried to install Windows XP SP3 and it failed. While the update was trying to work correcting the changes it made it froze so my b/f powered it off. It rebooted just fine and he was on the internet for a little bit and then it stopped working. We recycled the modem and the router, I reset everything. Tried to uninstall and reinstall the adapter and nothing worked. I contacted Linksys and we tried to use WZC to connect to no avail. After troubleshooting a little more we determined that it had to do with the updates that were just installed on the pc. The tech suggested removing all the updates that were just installed and try again. I tried...but that is where everything went heywire. I uninstalled the first update and rebooted.....then got a blue screen flash up that said autochk program not found - skipping autocheck and then went to an endless boot cycle. I couldn't boot in safe mode, tried last known good config and nothing worked.
I hope somebody can help me, please excuse my lack of pc skills!I am getting BSODs every day, usually 2 or 3 when booting up pc then pc runs fine for rest of the day. BSODs have varied but typically (but not always) IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL with STOP: 0x0000008E or STOP: 0x0000000A. Also, in Device Manager, Ports, Communications Port (COM2) I have a yellow exclamation mark, Code 10 error.I am not sure if these issues are linked.I know it could be a Ram issue but I have run memtest86 with no errors reported.Besides I am reluctant to replace the Ram or motherboard as I wouldn't really know what I was doing.
I'm getting the BSOD when I'm booting up my PC, and there are lines and such on the screen. It's the following error: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA 0x000000050 (0xF8A33DBC, 0x00000000, 0x8052B8F8,0x0000000000) I have a Dell laptop, Inspiron E1705. I'm using Windows XP, Service pack 3. When I run it in safe mode the following is across the top of the screen:
Windows XP (R) (build 2600.xpsp_sp3_gdr.090804-1435: Service Pack 3)
It BSOD'd the other night after I was browsing the internet. My computer was acting really sluggish, and I restarted it. Then I got the BSOD. I left it for the morning when I re-started it, and it started fine, for a few minutes, but after a minute or so I got the same BSOD. This happened several months ago and I fixed it by opening up my PC and re-setting the video card. I did it again and this time it didn't help any...........
I have been receiving a bsod error lately it says BUG_CODE_USB_DRIVER I Have Done Lots Of Searches On Google But Nothing Has Helped Me Out So I Am Asking My Self. Here Are Some Pics Of My Error Report.
Hi everyone, I have a problem here. my comp keeps resetting many times without giving me an BSoD (I unchecked "automically resart on failure" ). I checked event viewers and find many things:I found those events repeating many times:Errors: EventID=6 Source=SVART Incompatible version of SYMEVENT.SYS is loaded. Tried reinstalling windows->no luck (xp pro N)Get this message after installing windows: "The files that needed in order for windows to run stably has been replaced by unrecognized versions. Install your CD to fix". I installed the CD, but no, it still says those files are "unrecognized".
I've been having BSODs since I built my system nine months ago, and I'm at a complete loss as to what's wrong. Just recently I RMA'd my motherboard as a last-ditch attempt at a fix because I couldn't find anything wrong. Every blue screen is an IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL error. My device drivers are all up to date. My BIOS is up to date. I've run about 20 memtests and all come back clean. I've run diagnostics on my hard drives and all come back clean.
I got my motherboard back from the manufacturer in the beginning of December. My first blue screen after that was yesterday, after I used Registry Booster to clean my registry. I restored the files since I'd hoped that I'd removed something accidentally. I just received a second one about a half hour ago. I reset, and the system hung when Windows was trying to load. I reset again, got the message that Windows didn't start normally and the system hung at the 27 second countdown to choose how to load Windows. I did a hard shut down, booted, and it appeared to boot normally. .........
I have a user who is getting a blue screen that references the following stop codes; 0x000000C2 0x00000000 0x80000000 I looked around but it seemed like a lot of people's issues were resolved by replacing the memory. So here is what I did; The laptop is an HP 6710b; - Completely replaced the memory - BSoD still happens - CHKDSK /F - BSoD still happens - Latest patches removed - BSoD still happens - take hard drive out and put into a different, identical 6710b - problem resolved. | BIOS version is the same on both laptops
Whenever I try to reinstall Windows via CD boot up or desktop, I get the following BSOD, All error codes are from one "Blue Screen 0x0000008E 0XC0000005 0X77520892 0XF700AA1C 0X000000000 This BSOD appears between the switch over from Windows loading basic startup drivers etc to the Blue GUI screen where you would choice to repair or new install.Even after I remove All the hardware such as video, sound etc cards, along with changing out hard drives and connecting only 1 CD drive
Today when I tried to start my computer (with Win XP) it gave a BSOD at the startup just after showing welcome screen I got page_fault_in_nonpaged_area error with following tech info: 0x00000050 (0xF80F6660,0x00000000,0xF7BD971E,0x00000000)
An app was installed, and right after, a BSOD came up with the following error message: A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer. 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 be sure you have adequate disk space. If a driver is identified in the Stop message, disable the driver or check with the manufacturer for driver updates. Try changing video adapters.
Technical information: *** STOP: 0x0000008E (0xC0000005, 0xBF803EF6, 0xF70917c4, 0x00000000) *** win32ksys - Address BF 803EF6 base at BF800000, DateStamp 43446a58 Beginning dump of physical memory. Physical memory dump complete. Contact your system administrator or technical support group for further assistance......
I was informed today that our home computer has been freezing over the last day or so. I logged on and looked up some info on the error i was described, then perhaps fortunately, i got the vile BSOD. This is what was contained:Then it began a memory dump.It claims a device driver error, but i do not recall installing anything recently. the windows report proved less than helpful (surprise).
I'm having some issues with my computer at the moment. It seems whenever I load an application from a CD/DVD, be it a game, installing or playing, or anything else, upon attempting to eject it after I'm finished, I get either:
A) the inability to open the disc tray again, B) my computer restarts itself or C) the computer shuts off, and i receive a BSOD stop error : 0x0000007E.
I report to microsoft every time, but so far to no avail. My graphics card burned out recently, and ever since, be it with my integrated adapter, or new graphics card, i have the formerly mentioned issues. I have reset the drivers, reinstalled them several times, checked the firmware of my optical drive, and checked my hdd for viruses, aswell as cleaning up my registry, but still i havent been able to solve the problem.
As in the title, im faced with a permanent 7B BSOD stop error message on my pavillion laptop. My current knowledge indicates that is a boot loader error, and as you may naturally expect, i am desperate to fix it! I have tried using the advanced startup options to use the last configurations which worked and safe mode, but i get the same BSOD stop error. I placed my hard disk in another laptop and it boots fine, i have even been able to log in and use it as normal. However, when i put a hard disk running a perfectly fine copy of windows xp home to my pavillion laptop, i get the same 7B stop error.
My pavillion refuses to boot from CDs as well. It seems to me the problem isnt with my hard disk and the OS version on it, but with the remaining components on my laptop...but what could be the criminal? Would anyone be able to shed some light on my problem? Of course, I will provide more details as requested.
I bought a bare bones computer kit (2,actually-- the other one is working fine) and have been running up against 2 diff bsod errors. The first error I encountered was 0x00000050. Symptoms: Computer stopped working, flashed bsod, couldn't reboot. It would appear to start, lights would come on, but screen would remain black and wouldn't get that reassuring little beep. If I turned off computer and waited 20 min or so, then it would start up again and work for a short while before getting bsod again. I tried reseating everything, making sure plugs were plugged. I pulled out one of the RAM then reinstalled windows xp after reformatting drive. Everything seemed to be working great!
To test and see if it was the RAM, I pulled out the working RAM and replaced it with the other one. I booted up and immediately got BSOD with different error message--the 0x00000024 one. It would restart, start me on the screen saying it encountered an error and which mode did I want to start in. No matter what I selected, I would get the bsod error. I put in the 'good' RAM. No change. I put in the other RAM so now both were in. No change. I put in the Windows XP disk and selected repair. It is now running chkdsk /r. did putting in the 'bad' RAM cause the disk error? It's a little late now to pull out the second RAM, but I'm worried that I'll still end up with an issue because I have both in there. After running this, should I run it again with the 'good' RAM only? or is there a different issue entirely going on that I should check?
A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer. If this is the first time you seen this stop error screen, restart your computer. If this screen appears again follow these steps: Disable or uninstall any anti-virsus, disk defragmentation or back up utilities. Check your hard drive configeration, and check for any updated drivers. Run CHDSK/ F to check for hard drive corrpution, and then restart your computer. Technical Informtion: *** STOP: 0X00000024 (0X00190203, 0X86F3B848, 0XC0000102, 0X00000000)
It said all of this. I cant uninstall anything because this error comes up right after it says windows. I already tried safe mode, start from the best mode where it work and etc. It is not workin. i already tried the F8 steps, tht did not work either. and i dnt knw wat they are tlkin about when they say run CHDSK/ F. ummm yea so i need alot of help. Hopefully someone can walk me through of how to fix this. And also i do not have the window xp installtion cd or disk. I was wondering where u get tht from because when i was lookin up how u fix this problem most said u need this cd. So pretty much the basic of my problem is tht i have the BSOD and it is 0x00000024 error and i can not log on or even get to the log on part.
After suffering months of freezing PC and blue screens (primarily the dreaded kernel stack error. I have done tried all the recovery tricks from here and MS website, done chkdsk /f & /r repeatedly over four days without using the PC in between, and all the other stuff from here and Microsoft. Bought an expensive Reg cleaner and run it repeatedly. No luck. No recently installed soft or hardware. New Dell desktop. 1 year of trouble-free life until this. I now boot from the recovery XP CD (it includes SP2) to try to reformat the whole shebang and it gets as far as loading setup files OK, then as usual tries to start load windows installation and ... blue screen. STOP error 0x0000007B (OXF78D2524 OXC0000034, OX00000000, OX00000000). Decided to buy a new HDD and install XP on that. (3 weeks from Dell!) and in machine. Old one disconnected. Tried installing XP from disk. It stalls at exactly the same moment as before (loads up preliminary files, gets to ""starting Windows" and then the dreaded blue screen with the same error message as before. 0X0000007B (OXF78D2524, 0XC0000034, 0X00000000, 0X00000000). So presumably not HD (although always good to have one). Have downloaded Memtest and run it for 24 hours. No RAM errors reported.
I keep getting this blue screen of death. I don't know what is causing it and I don't know how to fix it. I happens randomly while surfing the web.I just did a clean install of windows. The only thing installed is my firewall (outpost) and my antivirus (fprot).I don't know what to do. I am using Windows XP Pro on a 3Ghz P4 with 1GB ram.Please, if anyone knows what this BSOD means or how to fix it, let me know.