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The last error screen had these codes displayed. Tweet Tags: blue screen, bsod, PC Errors, pc problem Comments 872 Comments on How to Fix Blue Screen Errors What is BSOD or Blue Screen Of death : Techie Zone on Delete any partitions on the hard disk, recreate them and do a full format. This entry was posted on Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 at 8:32 am and is filed under NirSoft Tips. Check This Out

New insights can help others, or maybe we can help you with specific STOP errors. Combined with the 1st parameter, the c0000005, this most likely is due to a memory error. after installing a software, suddenly it happened. I am on a laptop.

And yes, I do expect that the BSOD errors would be gone if you revert back to XP. LaptopUser on Sat, 25th Jul 2009 6:56 pm I have a problem Still crashing. Leave a Reply Name (required) Mail (will not be published) (required) Website Search for: Links NirSoft Main Page NirSoft Panel NirSoft Utilities Windows 7 DLL Windows Password Recovery RSS Updates RSS

Did you try starting in Safe Mode (F8 during boot) and then uninstall Alcohol 120%? @amir - stop error 0x0000007E is related to the Via audio driver in your case. These BSOD issues are the first major problems of any kind I have had with this build. CPU - i5-3570k, no OC Video Card - GTX 560 Ti 448 The 600 watt power supply is quite adequate, considering that you are running only one hard disk. Thanks in advance V Anthony on Wed, 26th Aug 2009 4:57 pm @Vibhuti - Apart from the dump, please check the Device Manager and see if there is any unknown

Did you do a full CHKDSK /R to check for bad sectors? The MiniDump files are usually created under C:\WINDOWS\Minidump, unless the path was modified in the system failure settings of Windows. I will do the clean format. You will get a popup warning you that you will get no minidump in case of STOP if you try to change the "Small dump directory" location.

i've got a mess. The new error you reported does not really help me there. I don't know of anything I'm doing on the computer that directly causes them, they have occurred when doing different things each time. Maybe i should get a camera to take a picture of the error msg LOL.

Thanks a lot! can you tell me how to fix this if it said: Stop 0x0000004E (0x0000008D, 0x0009B180, 0x00400000, 0xc000B151). Ran the usb boot version of Memtest86+ around 2 hours and reported no errors. Memory faults can easily cause blue screen errors, so see if your RAM is error free.

Any reason you believe that to be the cause? Muntaha Masood on Sat, 22nd Aug 2009 6:32 pm hi Anthony, here i am again. his comment is here I even tried installing the latest version of that driver from their page but no use!! Anthony on Thu, 3rd Sep 2009 1:38 pm @Debdeep Mukherjee - THe IDT driver Memtest86 is a good test program. It was a 320gb WD scorpio blue 2.5" sata2 drive with 3+ years of daily use while she lived at college, so I wasn't too keen on waiting to see how

The full-screen mode was working was working fine for last 2 months since I bought but from yesterday. I also have a conventional D: hard drive How do I create the pagefile of at least 1 MB on my D: drive, so I can then run BlueScreenView? Please contact Microsoft Product Support Services to report this error. Press F2 during startup to get into the Bios and then check the startup or boot settings.

Thank you so much for your help. Anthony on Fri, 24th Jul 2009 11:51 am @stanly - If you have seemingly random blue screen errors like that and have even Im starting to think it is either the ram or the motherboard after getting this error yesterday…STOP: 0x0000001A (0x00008884, 0x836FDE90, 0x836FE050, 0x00000002) My specs are: Asus P5k Deluxe -Wifi, Intel duo bcp: c0000005, bcp2: 800020903aa, bcp3: a60021b27d8, bcp4: a60021b21b0 There is a temporary dump file that has been created but i cant open it because i dont have the software which supports

Update the BIOS - especially after adding new hardware or installing a Windows service pack this can help fix issues.

Anyway, thanks for you reply to Rene and I am glad you liked the article. Thanks in advance. Anthony on Sun, 9th Aug 2009 1:00 pm @mickey - Yeah, I have had my own share of BSOD errors ;) Considering what you have tried already, Then after some research i found out that Vista and Nvidia graphics cards clash alot so last nite I installed the Windows 7 release candidate in the hope that this would I don't lnow what those numbers stand for. Anthony on Fri, 17th Jul 2009 5:05 am @Ben - Stop error 0×00000024 is indeed a disk related problem.

I'll look into it and see what I can unearth! Did you see any file name on the blue screen (xxxx.sys or something)? Michael on Mon, 3rd Aug 2009 1:07 pm I finally fixed my blue screen problem with your Did memory test and found one suspect dodgy stick of Ram which I removed - still blue screen. Lastly, is there another memory test available?

Brito Says: July 12th, 2012 at 12:55 pm I applied the startup and recovery setting, small memory dump, and windows itself said it would make %systemroot%\minidump. I tried to restart my pc while back and got an error ntoskrnl.exe missing. SpeedFan only partially started during the crash, it was still "initializing" when everything went blue. Please consider donating to help support the forum.

Also see if you can turn the hardware acceleration off for the video card in the display properties. I just can't fathom as what has gone wrong !! Anthony on Mon, 31st Aug 2009 7:19 am @Debdeep Mukherjee - Seems your system got corrupted by something in the Thank you for your time and your help! -Bodhi OS - Windows 8 Pro x64 Windows 8 Pro (clean install on new HDD) Full retail version Debugging Details: ------------------ BUGCHECK_STR: 0xc4_62 IMAGE_NAME: mbam.sys DEBUG_FLR_IMAGE_TIMESTAMP: 512fbf03 MODULE_NAME: mbam FAULTING_MODULE: fffff88007278000 mbam VERIFIER_DRIVER_ENTRY: dt nt!_MI_VERIFIER_DRIVER_ENTRY fffffa800bdfe9a0 dt nt!_MI_VERIFIER_DRIVER_ENTRY fffffa800bdfe9a0 Symbol nt!_MI_VERIFIER_DRIVER_ENTRY not found.

You can also make this MiniDump change in the Registry, by setting the following value: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\CrashControl] "CrashDumpEnabled"=dword:00000003 However, be aware that this Registry change affects the Is it a IDE or SATA disk? from what you said previously about Nvidia drivers clashing with Vista/Windows 7, does that mean that if i reformat my laptop back to windows XP, it will be fine? If you do not have the drivers for all devices, or are not comfortable updating your PC's drivers manually, you can use a driver update tool to find, download and update