HP Envy: a blue screen at startup, then the system shuts down its own
When I turn on my computer, a blue screen appears and remains. The boot sequence does not turn on and the computer shuts off after a minute or two.
Hit the ESC key after that market puts me at the page 'option '. 'Advanced options', I tried "System Restore" and "Startup Repair" or solved the problem. Failed to start in safe mode or change the boot settings because the sequence of starting (reboot) the system is broken.
A hard system reset did not work and pushing the F2 key does not bring to the top of the page of diag sys.
At this point, it seems that the only option on the left are trying to boot from a USB device or do a Reset from the PC (keep my files)?
Any suggestion would be appreciated.
It looks like you can have a hard/failed drive. If PC Reset is an option try it. If this does not work I would like to replace the hard drive and booting with recovery media to install Windows.
I'm living in a college dorm and only have access to the internet via a hard line to my computer. So I wanted to give my other accessibility of consumer electronics set up an Ad-Hoc network and share the internet connection. When I originally set up the network it works fine, but after the devices go to sleep or I leave the room it stops working. I had problems to keep the internet connection to share continually, which I fixed it. I then had a DHCP problem with the hard line that has been resolved through troubleshooting function. Now, even if the network is active and is connected to the internet my devices cannot connect and then the network shuts down.
Is there a way to create an Ad Hoc network that works similar to a wireless router, so when my computer is turned, it works automatically? If so, how can I make this happen without these problems?
I suggest to activate temporarily the antivirus as well as windows firewall and check if it helps.
Important note: Antivirus software can help protect your computer against viruses and other security threats. In most cases, you should not disable your antivirus software. If you need to disable temporarily to install other software, you must reactivate as soon as you are finished. If you are connected to the Internet or a network, while your antivirus software is disabled, your computer is vulnerable to attacks.
Disable the anti-virus software
Enable or disable Windows Firewall
Set up a computer-to-computer (ad hoc) network
Note: The notes section through the link above.
I just bought the full version of Adobe CC a few weeks ago. Adobe Audition/first/Media encode/Photoshop works very well. But if I want to run Adobe InDesign CC I instantly get a screen blue, followed by a restart of the automatic system. It happens every time after about one minute after the launch of the program, even when I do absolutely anything in InDesign and leave the portion of the mouse. It is a time-related system crash. According to me, InDesign tries to load something in the background, after commissioning and crashes more. But that's just a guess... I have attached a picture of the error massage and a screenshot of my system specs.
Maybe someone can help here. As I said, the work of other programms all well.
Greetings from Germany, Maik
It seems that you have and with a ci.dll error that appears in you Blue error screen.
When you google for it, you have found the number of entries. Some entries show that this ci.dll is a problem with a rootkit or virus.
Its is not clear why indesign causes the blue screen, but your blue screen display this file.
Alternatively, you can check this with a blue screen reader.
I followed the directions when invited to press F8 but nothing not done, I find myself just to return to the 'blue '.
I don't have add new hardware before that happened.
You gave us a general indication of the nature of the problem but the specific error reports are a much easier solution.
When a BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) the system failure occurs, for most users, there not enough time to fully record what he says. the exact text is important for anyone trying to diagnose what is wrong. You can save time when the error occurs then by following the procedure described below.
If you already did it disable the auto reboot system error. This should help by allowing the time to write the code to Stop error and related information correctly. Do right click on the icon my computer on the desktop and select Properties, advanced, startup and recovery, system failure and uncheck the box before automatically restarting. Re-do not enable automatic restart in the event of system failure after obtaining this information, this setting is the best left to not allow an automatic restart.
If the failure occurs during the initialization of the computer, you need to try a different approach. You can access the Advanced Options Menu of Windows on multiple computers by constantly pressing the F8 (key) key when starting and selecting the option - disable automatic restart in case of system error. This method is not always easy to use because it may be difficult to press the F8 key at the right time. Try again if it doesn't work the first time. On some computers, a different key must be used.
After syspreping the computer to restart the computer, I have BSOD (blue screen) with the message:
STOP: 0x0000007E (0xFFFFFFFFC0000005,...) without any additional information on the driver
the image works perfectly before syspreping, I know that it is a driver issue, which should be removed after the generalize in the sysprep, I don't have a wireless network card
We always using ghost to deploy our image but we have different models, I always use the latest model that we receive to capture my image. The sysprep command is supposed to cleaning drivers and drivers from a defined location will apply depending on the model.
without knowing the pilot originally, I tried to change the drive (from an operational model) but the same result, my graphics card is built into my motherboard.
I solved the problem by replacing the folder: "c:------windows-system32-drivers" coming from an old image of operation.
But I have to watch on my file sysprep to see why it does not consider my drivers folder and use than the windows folder
Original title: Windows XP does not start after the update, no error message
Has made no changes to the system, but the last thing that happened was an update of Windows security on stop.
Now when I boot, the BIOS p.o.s.t. shows good HDs, good DVD-Rom, RAM, but Windows never starts, goes just a black screen, HDs are not accessed.
-F8 does nothing, can't use the last known good Config or Mode safe
-Change boot order in the BIOS to boot from the Windows XP DVD, hoping to get the recovery console, but the same thing: black screen, no attempt to spin-up DVD or HDs.
-Removal of mobo battery to reset the CMOS, no joy.
-Checked and re checked all connections inside.
-Stripped devices and added one at a time, no joy.
-Traded-in an old video card in case it was difficult to generate the higher res gfx, no joy.
I was construction/upgrade / repair my own PC for 3 decades and can usually solve the problem and fix it myself, but this one me completely baffled.
We recommend that you repair your Windows installation in according to method 2 of this article and check the result.
See computer stops responding with a black screen when you start Windows XP
Note: When you perform a repair installation, it restores the current installation of Windows XP to the version on the installation DVD. This requires you to reinstall all updates that do not appear in this version of Windows XP disc.
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Host process for Windows Services $ObjId: INDEX_ALLOCATION processing error $ o: $
I have this error code and then my system shutdown. What can I do?
I hope that you have a backup... The only thing that comes to mind is to reinstall the operating system.
Hi I just got my area51, and 1 thing I noticed that whenever I start it it has blue screen flash of 0.5 dry completely (no) - then bios - windows login - etc.
I used my old monitor and it did not have this blue screen at startup thing so Im wondering if its normal.
It is most likely part of the screen.
Seems to me that the display in sync with the computer screen.
Im having a major problem, Ive had a major problem with my tecra 9100, when I unplug the power cable and try to use the laptop on battery, the blue screen comes up saying NMI: channel check / IOCHK
then the computer shuts down, it restarts only properley if I plugged power of ext,
also something to note, when I unplug everything first, he's not str8, its only when I try to use the laptop, which is pressing a key
If someone knows something about this could you please let me know
This has been already discussed here in the forum:
Check the sanremo poster, which refers to the knowledge base article Microsoft!
I have this error code and then my system shuts down. What can I do to solve the problem? $ObjId: error processing INDEX_ALLOCATION $ o: $
- What were the changes made before the problem occurred?
I suggest you to see these steps:
Start your computer in safe mode
http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/start-your-computer-in-safe-modeIf it works fine in safe mode, try to perform a clean boot in safe mode.Note: After troubleshooting, be sure to set the computer to start as usual as mentioned in step 7 in the above article.
Get the dreaded blue screen at startup. Use Windows XP and my PC of becomes as much as the screen connection, but when I select my login name, that the blue screen appears. If I choose one of the other names the process gets a little further, but the blue screen then appears. I can login in safe mode and that you ran some diagnostic tests, but the problem persists.
As the forums MS Answers does not prompt for any information system when a new question is asked, we know absolutely nothing about your system.
Not knowing the basic information a problem prolongs the frustration and the agony of these issues.
If would know more about your system and that the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD said):Please provide additional information on your system:What is your system brand and model?What is your Version of XP and the Service Pack?Describe your current antivirus and software anti malware situation: McAfee, Symantec, Norton, Spybot, AVG, Avira!, MSE, Panda, Trend Micro, CA, Defender, ZoneAlarm, PC Tools, Comodo, etc..The question was preceded by a loss of power, aborted reboot or abnormal termination? (this includes the plug pulling, buttons power, remove the battery, etc.)The afflicted system has a CD/DVD drive work?You have a true bootable XP installation CD (it is not the same as any recovery CD provided with your system)?Do you see that you think not you should see and when you see it?What do not you think that you should see?Your system seems to start OK and then crash or didn't he start not at all?If your system works fine, what do you think might have changed since the last time it worked correctly?
The next time your system crashes, provide more information on what you see.Here's a BSOD example showing information you provide:Send for the nose and the Red arrows (3 to 4 lines total).Send all * line STOP message since there are clues in the 4 parameters.If there is a name of the file listed in the STOP message, don't forget to include this information too.
Original title: I havea blue screen on startup saying mistakes c disk check was cancelled I want back this sysem also affected and another restoration things helppppppp
I have a blue to start saying the c disk check to find errors in windows xp iwant to resume what he as affected system restore helppppppppp ted
· Have you made changes on the computer?
· Are you able to boot to the desktop?
· What is the full error message?
· What do you mean when you say "I want to take this also affected the system restore and other things?
If you are not able to boot to the desktop, follow the steps.
You will need an XP installation CD to try to solve this problem. If you do not, try to borrow one just to run this fix.
(1) configure the computer to boot from the CD if it is not already configured in this way. You may need to enter the BIOS to configure the computer to boot from the CD.
(2) set the boot order on:
Floppy (if present)
RECORDING and EXIT
(3) to start the computer with the XP installation CD in the drive. When you see the prompt «Press any key to boot from CD...» ", do and start the process to boot on CD.
(4) when the Recovery Console option is available (press R to start the Recovery Console), do it. You may be asked to what Windows installation to enter, what kind of cases the number of the Windows installation you want to work (usually 1).
(5) when you are prompted, enter the password for the Windows installation. If you have not set up a password just press ENTER
(6) at the command prompt, type:
chkdsk /r (there is a space before the /) Press ENTER.
Note: If bad sectors are found in the hard drive, then it could try to fix this particular sector. If you have any data on that, it can get lost.
If you are able to boot to the desktop, follow the steps in the article.
How to perform disk error checking in Windows XP
Note: If bad sectors are found in the hard drive, then it could try to fix this particular sector. If you have any data on that, it can get lost.
How to install and use the Recovery Console in Windows XP
My laptop keeps hitting a blue screen at startup ('a forward driver a buffer based on the stack'), I can only start it in safe mode. I want to try windows updates to see if this will help, but whenever I click on the button to update windows on the start menu, nothing happens. I tried searching for the program to see if I can open it another way, but can't find it. If I click on windows update and then nothing happened. I have windows vista home.
original title: I can't open windows update
Try to run a full scan with the Microsoft Safety Scanner to make sure that nothing is found.
Try also to install the latest drivers from your computer manufacturer's website. If you have difficulty to locate the website of your computer manufacturer or the drivers on their page, please provide your computer brand and model in your next reply. If you have built your computer you need visit the site of the manufacturer of each piece of hardware to get the latest driver.
Once the drivers have been installed, try to restart your computer, and then test to see if the same problem occurs.
Hope that helps.
Thought I had solved the problem after having performed some scans but my laptop ran fine a few days then the problem occurred again. I can only run my laptop mode safe. Running Vista Home.Signature of the problem:Problem event name: BlueScreenThe system version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.768.3Locale ID: 2057More information about the problem:BCCode: f7BCP1: 80399899BCP2: 8F975B7DBCP3: 7068A 482BCP4: 00000000OS version: 6_0_6001Service Pack: 1_0Product: 768_1Files helping to describe the problem:C:\Windows\Minidump\Mini110611-01.dmpC:\Users\Beth\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-88702-0.SysData.XMLC:\Users\Beth\AppData\Local\Temp\WERB49E.tmp.version.txtany suggestions?
The minidump file showed a DRIVER_OVERRAN_STACK_BUFFER (f7) caused by the RapportEI.sys.
Here is a "Summary" of the error:
BUCKET_ID: 0xF7_MISSING_GSFRAME_RapportEI +440 d
The RapportEI.sys is a part of report of Trusteer.
Can you try in Safe Mode, "reports of disabling Protection against unauthorized removal", by following the steps described in the following link:
After restarting the computer in Safe Mode, perform the following steps:
Start > type services.msc in the 'Search' box and press 'Enter' > in the right window, scroll down to the "report Management Service" and double click on the "report Management Service" and the "Startup type" set to "Disabled" > OK
Restart the computer and see if you can boot into normal Mode.
Then uninstall Trusteer report.
At any time, you can contact the Trusteer report support and see if they have any suggestions:
If I try to start 5 times I could get lucky 5. Sometimes I get the option repair (not help), sometimes a blue screen; but most of the time after a few seconds of what appears to be efforts to start - silence. The blue screen is long enough to be read with error messages each.time. I used the recovery system twice. During the few times when I got there was unexpected stops with possibly the usual refusal to start/restart. Also I have known installation issues, in particular updates after sys.recovery. This is a problem! Any thoughts?
1 how long have you been faced with this problem?
2 did you recent hardware or software changes to your computer before this problem?
3. what exactly happen when you try to install windows updates? You get the error message?
4. are you able to boot in safe mode?
Step 1: Try using the option disable automatic system failure reboot to advanced startup options and make a note of the complete and exact error message on blue screen and send back the same. This could help us help you better.
Step 2: If you are unable to boot into safe mode, then try to do the Startup Repair.
I hope this helps.
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