Blue screen after the computer crashes
original title: BSOD: Blue Screen Of Death
My PC has run completely fine until here that is 2 years from the date of purchase. But now these BSOD concern me. The computer crashes, the graphics have become distorted [I am unable to read anything] and then GRASS comes... I can't read because it is very blurry... Please help me... I can't read the minidump files ' coz I don't know how we debug tools. Please help me!
The first couple of line indicates a problem with your Nvidia video drivers, so that would be the starting point. Download and install a fresh game, update for your system here:http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
Uninstall the current set through the configuration/programs and features Control Panel, then reboot and install the new set. Do not install only the new on the 'old'.
Good luck, Rick Rogers, aka "Crazy" - Microsoft MVP http://mvp.support.microsoft.com Windows help - www.rickrogers.org
I upgraded my card mother cpu ram and hard drive. I reinstalled windows xp home edition has got all of the updates. After 9 latest updates download and installtion went well, I restarted the computer, I get a blue screen and the computer restarts
I upgraded my card mother cpu ram and hard drive. I reinstalled windows xp home edition has got all of the updates. After 9 latest updates download and installtion was going well until I rebooted the computer and go to page window showing all the icons that I get a blue screen and the computer restarts its self and does not stop. How can this be corrected?
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Unplug all external devices.
Try to start in safe mode. If you can start in safe mode, and then do a system restore to restore the computer to an earlier point in time.
Change the recovery settings to disable automatic reboot, if you are able to boot up to the desktop computer:
Right-click my computerand then click Properties.
Click the Advanced tab.
Under Startup and recovery, click settings to open the Startup and recovery dialog box.
Clear the automatically restart check box, and then click OK many times necessary.
Restart your computer so that the settings take effect.
Now, when you are going to close and a fatal error occurs, you will see at least and it won't cause an automatic restart.
Please reply back with the error message you get because it helps us to resolve the error.
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Suddenly, I got blue screen and the computer will stop. File that describe the problem
Anyone know the cause of the problem? Any security breach?
Security is not usually a problem with a BSOD but it can be. Are you running effective
Check this thread for more information using BlueScreenView, MyEventViewer and other methods
to troubleshoot the BlueScreens - top 3 responses (+ 1 other).
We can analyze the minidumps if make you it available to the SkyDrive or another file
ZIP or download the content of the C:\Windows\minidump
Use SkyDrive to upload collected files
Also this, so you can see the probable bluescreens.
Windows Vista restarts automatically if your computer encounters an error that requires him to plant.
(also Windows 7)
Check out these utilities to see if information may be collected:
It is an excellent tool for displaying the blue screen error information
-Free - BlueScreenView scans all your minidump files created during "blue screen of death," collisions
and displays information about all accidents of a table.
MyEventViewer can be verified at the time of the blue screen (BSOD) within a second or so of the
time of the BSOD to provide more information about the possible cause - see TIP.
MyEventViewer - free - a simple alternative in the standard Windows Event Viewer.
TIP - Options - Advanced filter allows you to see a period of time instead of the whole of the record-
Set it for a bit before and after the time of the BSOD.
AppCrashView - free - a small utility for Windows Vista and Windows 7 that displays the details of all the
application goes down has occurred in your system. The information breaks down is extracted from the .wer
the files created by the Windows Error Reporting (WER) of the operating system component of each
time that an accident has occurred. AppCrashView also allows you to easily record the list of accidents to
I hope this helps.
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I got following error messages "Blue screen" after the latest updates from Microsoft:
0X0000007E (0X8053355E, 0XBA4CB50C, 0 X 80000003, $0XBA CB208). I tired to run in all modes of SECURITY but still had the same problem. I ran Dell diagnostics and it came with no error in memory or hard drive. I have a Dell Inspiron B130 w/2 MB of RAM. Does anyone have a solution? The laptop came with no CD boot.
@Jazzman1962 and flowie,
I suggest you follow the steps mentioned by 'LThibx' in the http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/vistawu/thread/73cea559-ebbd-4274-96bc-e292b69f2fd1thread.
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Original title: computer blue screening
My computer stayed blue screening from time to time when you turn it on, never during use. After the reset of the computer after the screen blue will be 99% of the time blue screen not a second time and will continue to boot normally without any problems. I use Windows 7 Home Premium x 64 bit.
I made a thread on this before asking for help, here is the link to that:
Here is a link to my onedrive with files minidump for just last month, the system information report and pilot's report:
My computer is unmarked, but the motherboard is one:
ASUS® SABERTOOTH 990FX R2.0 (DDR3, USB3.0, 6 Gb/s, CrossFireX/Sli)
No problem on the new thread, I was just curious.
These 2 were related to corruption pool (memory), probably caused by a driver. Run the Driver Verifier to find the underlying cause.These accidents were related to the corruption of memory (probably caused by a driver).
Please run these tests to check your memory and find which driver is causing the problem.
If you're overclocking (pushing components beyond their design) return you to default at least until the crash is resolved. If you don't know what it is that you're probably not overclocking.
Since then, it is more likely to be a pilot run everything first.1-Driver Verifier (for full instructions, see our wiki here)
If the auditor does not have the issue we move to it.
2-Memtest. (You can learn more about running memtest here)
If you cannot start after you have enabled the auditor reboot in safe modeIn Vista & win 7 (F8)
Co-written by JMH3143
Windows 7 Enterprise 32-bit. (EDITED)
A user has a problem as his computer blue screens after he was awakened to "sleep" mode and the other thing is this problem is intermittent.
The error message I saw said that it was a KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR STOP error message is 0x0000007A and the second parameter was 0xC000009D.
According to http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff559211 (v = vs. 85) .aspx this type of error indicates - "0xC000009D or STATUS_DEVICE_NOT_CONNECTED, indicates defective wiring or in bulk, termination or that the controller does not see the hard drive."
Hard disk, I ran the tests integrated in the BIOS, online tool check the system of HP for laptop PC (http://h20239.www2.hp.com/techcenter/HP_SystemCheck/hp_syscheck.htm) and same Seagates own Seatool because there is a Seagate drive in the machine. All these tests said nothing about a problem with the hard drive.
The online tool, said there is no update available on the BIOS drivers.
I even had the user to remove the hard drive and put it back to make sure he wasn't a wire loose, bad connection or something like that.
I phoned helpdesk of HP where I live and I told him this and he said that it is most likely a software problem.
So so I need help to find out what software might be behind this error.
I can't provide shocks either, given the error and blue screen also says "dump of physical memory failed with status 0xC0000010.".
So is it a known software that could be the cause of these problems?
EDIT: As pointed out by erico, I forgot the information about this operating system. That's why I added this information at the top of my first post.
Sorry I have not responded earlier.
It seems that the problem is solved since the user had no blue screens for over a week now.
The solution was quite simple: reinstall on a new hard drive, even if each test drive, I ran on the subject, said the old drive was ok. This includes BIOS integrated HP and test online, chkdsk in Windows 7 and Seagate tool own Seatool.
I have a windows vista computer and when I start the SUST until it goes to my login screen, I connect the Welcome screen comes the computer hangs... I do a control-Alt - Delete that returns the desk top
When you get on the desktop, open the start menu to search msconfig and press ENTER.
When the popup window appears, it should start under the general tab, and you should see normal startup. For now, set it to start diagnosis, press ok and restart the computer. If it still crashes, then replace the and set it back to normal startup, as something else is causing this problem.
If she does not hang, and then back up the, set back to normal and this time go to the Startup tab. The list is all the things that are set to start when you start your computer. One of them is causing the computer to crash.
If you have an idea that it might be that you can deselect it, apply, then reboot and see if it still crashes. Or you could just go in the list, one at the same time turn them off then restart suspended far, so you know which is the cause.
Original title: fix blue screen
Computer stops automatically at almost every 15 minutes apart, the blue screen appears and is long enough to read the information to fix this. Computer automatically restarts.
Hi Lady Cole,.
a. when the issue occurred?
b. remember to make changes to your computer before the problem?
To disable the automatic restart in case of system error, follow these steps:
a. restart your computer and start pressing F8 on your keyboard. On a computer that is configured to start to multiple operating systems, you can press the F8 key when the Boot Menu appears.
b. Select disables automatic system failure reboot when the Windows Advanced Options menu is displayed and press ENTER.
When a problem causes a blue screen of death or another major error that stops the system, the computer restarts automatically. Need to restart manually, and you would be able to note the error message and after return.
A description of the options to start in Windows XP Mode: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315222
Start your machine in safe mode and check if the problem persists.
If the problem does not occur in safe mode, I would like you to put your machine in a clean boot State in order to determine whether the problem is caused by a conflict of third party software. Clean boot helps eliminate the conflict of third party software.
Note : do not forget to restart your machine as usual.
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I have an A60 and in the course of the last 3 months, I ran the recovery of 10 to 15 times disc, windows installs fine, then a few days later the computer either freezes and gives a blue screen of death, when you try to turn it on, or it turns on and comes up with a message saying "Windows Explorer has encountered a problem" and then completely stops responding , or gives a similar message on the subject of what we call the Dr. Watson debugger core and similarly, unresponsive, now. After trying to format and analysis as well as on my knees and beg the computer please please please work, I'm out of ideas, the hard drive is perhaps the problem? is this a common fault of A60?
also in a completely different topic, where can I get a new 'c' key, mine keeps falling off the coast for some reason any.
The blue screen appears usually due to hardware malfunction or bad software.
If you, I suggest that there could be something wrong with the hardware. Of course there is also something wrong with the HARD drive. But to be 100% sure, you should contact Toshiba service. He can do some diagnostic tests.
You can also order the additional keys of the Toshiba service partner who is responsible for your country.
I have a portable Satellite P20-771 / Pentium 4 3.40 GHz (800/HTT) / XP Home / 17' with nVidia Geo5700 driver.
As I had a few problems with the software, and I reinstalled everything using the supplied CD. Unfortunately the canned computer malfunction sent me blue screen errors, which are due (it comes when I sumbit error to Microsoft) to device drivers. I've updated everything (I hope) of the Toshiba page, but I'm not an expert and I'm worried that I missed something or that something has not been loaded in the right order or that the parameter is incorrect.
I thank in advance for your help
I read in this forum that the Blues screen error message appears due to hardware malfunction or malfunction serious software.
Usually after installing the new OS since the portable Toshiba Recovery CD should work properly.
It is not easy to say why the blue screen appears on you laptop.
Maybe you can post the content of the error message in this forum, and maybe we will find a solution.
Just got a new laptop a few weeks ago. Whenever I take off, it shows the login screen and then immediately blue screens and restarts.
After the crash dump, the Qualcomm Atheros wifi driver (Qcamainx64.sys) is at fault. It is updated (version 220.127.116.113). It crashes with "unknown error checking code (1 d 3).
Model: VN7 - 591 G-729V
OS: Windows 8.1
What can I do to work around this problem? Can I upgrade or downgrade the driver without having to download a from a Czech site summary? I was not able to find anywhere that I can report the bug of Qualcomm.
I think it will be easy for the Acer one of uninstall and install the latest available for your card.
You can download it here too, 100% reliable Web and direct download:
After many troubles with Trend Micro and following their instructions, I was to open a session and turn it back on. However, first disconnect and restart options did not work so I had to cut the power. When turning it back on, the PC got to a screen with dark blue strips on top and bottom and Microsoft XP logo in the blue middle panel. After trying various boot options in different modes of security etc and running drive Diagnostics (all past) the PC arrives in the same condition every time. Dell won't talk to me given that all three of my PC are too old, according to them. I saw on their site where there was such a problem after the update from another provider visus (AVG) where a CD of XP Windows Setup specific should be used with the Recovery Console to be run. It's something on the order of what the Trend Micro tech said I should do. With the exception, since Dell won't talk to me I can't get the CD. With all three PC I bought home, actually provided with a CD because "your new computer does not require an operating system CD". How can I get such a CD for XP or is there another way? SW_Engr
How does this relate to the features of Windows Update?
If you have purchased the Dell with Windows XP (?) computer pre-installed, Microsoft will NOT provide replacement discs.
If your computer came with these discs, there is a hidden partition restore (not to be confused with the restoration of the system) you would use to do a clean install (AKA destructive recovery) of Windows. See http://support.dell.com/support/topics/global.aspx/support/kcs/document?c=us&l=en&s=gen&docid=DSN_181316&isLegacy=true
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My computer suddenly crashes.
1. What is the exact error message?
2. Once you get the blue screen?
3. were there any changes made to the computer before the show?
Please follow the steps in the link.
Disconnect all external devices and check out them.
How to fix BlueScreen (STOP) errors that cause Windows Vista to shut down or restart unexpectedly
Original title: I get a blue screen on vista after installing the drivers for my radeon HD 3450 graphics card, windows 7 works very well
Hi all, hoping someone can direct me towards a solution...
Have a 2.8GHz Celeron RAM 2 GB machine, install videocard ATO Radeon HD 3450 AGP.
Equipped with Windows Vista 32-bit, install ATI driver from the ATI site, all installs OK but on reboot, we get BSOD.
HOWEVER, same machine, running Windows 7 Professional, all installs them and works fine! (it is the same driver ATI for Vista and 7).
We tried a new installation of Vista, even tried Vista business and Enterprise editions. Same results.
Latest system drivers and not BIOS updated avaialable. Vista installation had Enterprise with SP1 and enterprise with Service Pack 2 included.
I have google, downloaded ATI drivers, reloaded OS and drivers, and little matter what we try Vista causes BSOD and 7 works very well!
If we try the latest beta version of the ATI driver, he refuses to detect the card in Vista, everything works fine in Win 7.
Any suggestions? Please? !!
HelloWhat is the exact error message you get when the blue screen?Step 1:
Try to start the computer in safe mode. Check out the following link.
Start your computer in safe mode
You can try to disable the video card. Follow the steps.
(a) click Start.
(b) in the Search tab, type devmgmt.msc and press to enter.
Expand c) display adapter and right-click on the Radeon HD 3450 video card.
(d) click on disable.
(e) now, close the Device Manager window and restart the computer.
(f) attempt to start the computer in normal mode.
(g) go to control panel.
(h) select programs, and then click programs and features.
(i) select the package for the ATI Radeon HD in the list and uninstall it.
(j) restart the computer.
(k) to start the computer in normal mode.
(l) go to the Device Manager.
(m) right click on the graphics card.
(n) to select Properties, and then click the driver tab.
(o) now click on roll back driver and check with the question.
You can also check out the following link to download and install the two packages from the link.
If you are using Windows Vista 32-bit, see the link.
http://support.AMD.com/us/gpudownload/Windows/legacy/pages/legacy-radeonaiw-Vista32.aspxFor Windows Vista 64-bit, see the link.
You can provide us the mini dump file. We can analyze the mini dumps if make you it available to the Skydive or other file sharing sites (such as Media Fire). If you have problems downloading the mini dumps copy
for the office or in the Documents folder and download them from there.
ZIP or download the content of the C:\Windows\minidump
Use in parachute to download files and post photo/screenshot.
My laptop recently, close and restart when I close. When I open it upwards to use it, I get a problem report that says... "A problem of wireless networking.
You have received this message because hardware or software on your computer Windows to close unexpectedly and restart caused. It is a serious problem, commonly called a stop error or blue screen.
Although the precise cause of this problem is not known, it seems to be related to the wireless network.
To try to resolve this problem, follow these steps. "One step could solve the problem, but if it isn't, then go to the next step.
I tried to do all the steps, that they suggested and none of them worked. My computer is more than 2 years old. It is a Dell Inspiron 1545.
When I look at the event viewer, it gives me this information;
Bucket 0x9F_3_IMAGE_athr.sys of error, type 0
Event name: BlueScreenHow can I solve this problem?
References to Vista also apply to Windows 7.
Updated drivers, BIOS and software control (if any) is a good idea.
This is my generic how updates of appropriate driver:
For drivers, visit manufacturer of emergency system and of the manufacturer of the device that are the most common.
Control Panel - device - Graphics Manager - note the brand and complete model
your video card - double - tab of the driver - write version information. Now, click on update
Driver (this can do nothing as MS is far behind the certification of drivers) - then right-click.
Uninstall - REBOOT it will refresh the driver stack.
Repeat this for network - card (NIC), Wifi network, sound, mouse, and keyboard if 3rd party
with their own software and drivers and all other main drivers that you have.
Now in the system manufacturer (Dell, HP, Toshiba as examples) site (in a restaurant), peripheral
Site of the manufacturer (Realtek, Intel, Nvidia, ATI, for example) and get their latest versions. (Look for
BIOS, Chipset and software updates on the site of the manufacturer of the system here.)
Download - SAVE - go to where you put them - right click - RUN AD ADMIN - reset after each
Always check in the Device Manager - drivers tab to be sure the version you actually install
presents itself. This is because some restore drivers before the most recent is installed (sound card drivers
in particular that) so to install a driver - reboot - check that it is installed and repeat as
Repeat to the manufacturers - BTW on device at the DO NOT RUN THEIR SCANNER - manually check by model.
Look at the sites of the manufacturer for drivers - and the manufacturer of the device manually.
How to install a device driver in Vista Device Manager
If you update the drivers manually, then it's a good idea to disable the facilities of driver in the Windows updates,
This leaves ONE of Windows updates, but it will not install the drivers who are generally older and cause
questions. If updates offers a new driver and then hide it (right click on it) and then go look for new ones
manually if you wish.
How to disable automatic driver Installation in Windows Vista - drivers
http://TechNet.Microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc730606 (WS.10) .aspx
I hope this helps.
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