Blue Screen, Hangs At Agpcpq.sys, Ever Since Windows Update?
May 27, 2007
This morning it tells me it has recovered from a serious error, but after about 5 minutes of seemingly normal usage, it briefly flashed some kind of blue screen error (no way in hell I could read it)Now it is constantly asking for a chkdsk, I let it run and all appears OK... but when I get to the login screen the display starts to look weird like there are lines running through it, and it promptly flashes the same blue screeen and starts all over again.
I have been able to briefly get into safe mode, tried a system restore but when I went to reboot the processes started all over again. PLEASE NOTE that getting into safe mode takes some patience.... it hangs FOREVER when loading the agpCPQ.sys driver, and sometimes just goes ahead and reboots on it's own.. TWICE so far today I have managed to get into safe mode, but only for a few minutes before it reboots and starts over.
My computer starts up. It goes to the gateway screen where I have options to press f2 and f10. Then it goes to the screen that I don't know what to call where I have an option to press f11...something I'd like to avoid doing if possible. Then it goes to a new screen saying that windows couldn't start up and gives me 5 options: Safe mode, Safe mode with Networking, Safe mode with Command Prompt, Last known settings that worked, and Start Windows Normally. Last known settings that worked and Start Windows Normally both go to the windows loading screen, which loads for a bit, and then my computer resets. All three Safe Modes start running off system32 directories and stop at system32DrivesagpCPQ.sys before my computer resets.
when I first start the computer, windows hangs between the black windows logo screen and the first blue screen that says "windows is starting". I have to hit the reset button, it goes to the dos screen with the safe mode, etc. choices. I choose "start using last known good configuration" and I'm good to go. If I turn the computer off during the day and turn it back on, It works fine. It only hangs on the first start of the day.
so I�m suppose to be able to fix most of the problems on my laptop since I do not consider myself a newbie, but now I am stumped! I own an Acer TravelMate 8204. This has been a dream machine, until now.On Old Years Night, a two year old hit on power switch on my laptop while it was starting up� and turned it off� when I saw this I turned it back on and it started to do a scan disk� then the child pressed down the button again, I was in such shock I could not move. Since then, windows won�t start fully� it gets passed the black screen with the Windows XP logo and then goes to a blue screen with the XP logo in the middle� the one that comes up while XP is starting up your setting. And it stays there, I have left it on for almost 24 hours hoping it will get past it� nothing.
This problem only applies to installing updates in Windows XP. It does not seem to matter if I download the updates manually and attempt to install them one at a time or not. It also does not appear to matter which update I am attempting to install. Any install of a windows update crashes XP and cases a BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death) event with the specific error message of "Bad_Pool_Caller".I have an picture of the Blue Screen and will upload it upon request.Also note: There are NO yellow question marks in the Hardware Device list and all my system drivers appear to be signed and working properly.
The little windows updater appeared at the bottom of my screen so I allowed the update to continue. When it did, a window came up to install the update (I thought it was wierd at the time because it looked like a non windows looking update), however I let it finish and then my computer just froze...
I rebooted and now when it gets to the windows loading screen I get a blue screen that says REGISTRY ERROR Below that, the exact error is STOP: 0x000000051 (0x0000001, 0xE1777008, 0x0134A000, 0x0000001D6) Is there anyway I can try and do windows restore or backup my files in any way? I have tried every possible boot option (safe mode etc...) and it does the same thing. I can't afford to reformat
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