I get the blue screen with the exception of system Service in Windows 8. It seems that many people have of it.
I get the blue screen with the exception of system Service in Windows 8. It seems that many people have of it. I can't use my computer without losing all the data every few minutes. It is brand new. Fix? It often happens with Firefox, but other times too and restarts sometimes when you type an e-mail in the e-mail of Windows 8 program.
For this recent System_Service_Exception error, if you have an AMD graphics card try the next tool from AMD to try to get the latest graphics driver:
According to me, a recent update of Windows, maybe the 2778344 which updates win32k.sys to the 6.2.9200.16503 version, could cause a conflict with the AMD graphics driver.
Many users report the same error recently and so far have all AMD/ATI graphics cards.
If all goes well the graphic driver update will help.
If the problem persists, consider uninstalling 2778344.
Then, at the moment, 'hide' 2778344.
has had to reformat my hard drive now when he star0x0000007b (0x78d663c, 0xc0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)has had to reformat my hard drive, now when I try to reinstall windows xp, I get a blue screen with this code at the end 0x0000007b (0x78d663c, 0xc0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) how to solve this problem
I saw the 0x0000007B BSOD caused by trying to install XP on a disk hard while the BIOS is designating the reader as AHCI instead of IDE. XP has no native AHCI drivers, resulting in a stop 7B. Unless the PC had originally Vista or Win 7, but it might be useful to check that it is not likely.
If the BIOS is set to AHCI, you could do one of three things (depending on whether your PC has a floppy drive)...
1 find the Setup F6 disk on AHCI support at installation time (start with the manufacturer's website if you do not already have such a thing). Watch the very hit F6 prompt early in the installation process.
2. change the setting in BIOS on IDE / ATA
3. create a new "slipstreaming" installation disc drivers AHCI in the existing installation disc, see http://www.nliteos.com/index.html
After the back if your BIOS is IDE / ATA
so I used Spybot S & D to get rid of a virus on my computer that I thought was spyware. (basically what made the virus was redirect all my research on google for websites ad). After what's happened, he said I had to reboot my computer so I don't, Spybot run and then asked me a bunch of changes and whether to 'allow' or 'ignore' or 'refuse the change. I don't know if this has caused, but I clicked on 'allow' or 'deny change' for many of them, and then neither firefox nor IE would work because both would be would break whenever I tried to use them.
so to remedy THIS problem, I tried to use "System Restore" last week when my laptop was working fine, but the system restore everything screwed up my worst computer. Now XP will not boot even upward, and I get a blue screen with the error "STOP: 0x00000007E (0 x 0000005, 0 xC0000001, 0xF7AA13D4, 0xF7AA1D0) ' and its a cycle with no end of restarting but XP never works.
I tried the safe mode, last good configuration, all these options, known and none got XP to start.
I am so lost on what to do, can anyone help me?
Thanks for all your comments
Thanks for posting on the Microsoft answers Forum. If you can try to boot mode safe mode with command prompt, and then run the following commands.
If you cannot start mode safe mode with command prompt, then you need to boot from your XP CD recovery console and run these commands. Post back with the results.
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While I was using my laptop I received a message that HP was running some sort of program disagnostic and in the end, he asked if I wanted to repair the problems. I declined the offer. However, the next time I turned on the computer, I saw the first time the HP logo, then the message "automatic repair Preparation". After a few seconds there is a short rectangle that flashes on and disappears. Then I got a blue screen with: your PC encountered a problem and needs to restart. We will restart for you. "Who starts a blue screen and reboot cycle. Blue screens replacement error messages saying: "If you want to learn more, you can search online for later for this error" and once it will say 'FAT file system' and once 'NTFS file system. I have spent to support HP dv7 ENVY page and tried the suggestions of repair without success. Is it possible to go beyond these two error messages and their blue screens to get my system working again? If so, how?
Error code 24 characters is a failure of the short test (DST) disk Self and would indicate that hard is defective and must be replaced. It is also consistent with your description of the problem.
If your laptop is still under warranty, contact HP and arrange for the disk replaced - if necessary, you can check the status of your warranty here.
If you live in the United States, contact HP here.
If you are in another part of the world, begin here.
If you are no longer under warranty, it's a fairly simple procedure to replace the HARD drive yourself - a brief guide on this is below.
Readers on the following links are examples that would be perfect for your laptop.
The procedure to replace the hard drive begins on Page 56 of your maintenance & Service Guide.
About reinstalling Windows 10 on new HARD drive, as long as the previous installation of Windows 10 had activated Ok after upgrading to Windows 7/8.1, you can simply create your own Windows 10 installation media and perform a new installation as described in the guide on the following link. Note: On the activation screen, select "I have not a product key" - Windows will activate automatically once installation is complete.
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Original title: blue screen error
I have the blue screen error 0x0000008e (0xc0000005, 0x81e781a7, 0x8c92791c, 0x00000000) on windows vista and I can only boot into safe mode. I don't have the copy of vista because the computer came with it installed. I just ran recienly defender of windows on it offline and that's when it started.
I would suggest trying the following methods and check if it helps.
Start in safe mode and put the computer in a clean boot state, and then start in normal mode and check if the problem persists.
How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or Windows 7:
Note: Once you have completed troubleshooting, try the procedure described in step 7 to reset the computer to start as usual.
Start in safe mode and then restore the system if it took place recently and check if it helps.
System Restore: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/products/features/system-restore
Warning: once you are restoring the system to safe mode you will not be able to undo the system restore.
Hope the information is useful.
I am aware laptop has virus, blue screen WARNING States something about a minidump. It restarts itself and does not allow for any activity, I have little or no money and you need to repair it please advise?
1. when exactly you receive the blue screen error message?
2. What is the error message true blue screen that you receive?
3 did you changes to the computer before the show?
I suggest you to disable auto restart on failure of the system of advanced startup options, and get the error message true blue screen. To disable the automatic restart in case of system error, view the following link.
Follow these steps and check if that helps.
Step 1: Try to start in safe mode and check if you receive the same error message. Check out the following link to start the computer in safe mode.
Step 2: If the problem does not occur in safe mode then, start the computer in clean boot in order to check whether a third-party program is causing the problem. To configure your computer to clean boot see the following link.
Note: When you are finished troubleshooting, follow step 7 in the article to start on normal startup.
Signature of the problem:Problem event name: BlueScreenOS version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3Locale ID: 1033More information about the problem:BCCode: 1000008eBCP1: C0000005BCP2: 82C3B72DBCP3: CED616B0BCP4: 00000000OS version: 6_1_7601 Service Pack: 1_0 product: 768_1Screens with these codes of original blue title: can someone help after the reboot.
These accidents were caused by the corruption of memory (probably a driver).
Run these two tests to check your memory and find which driver is causing the problem.
* Don't forget to download any other DMP files (especially those running auditor)
* If you are overclocking reset all default before running these tests.
In other words STOP! If you don't know what it means that you probably are not
1 - Memtest.
* Download a copy of Memtest86 and burn the ISO to a CD using Iso Recorder or another ISO burning program. http://www.memtest.org
* Boot from the CD and let it run at least 5 or 6 passes.
* Don't forget, anytime Memtest reports errors, it can be bad RAM or a bad motherboard slot.
* Test the sticks individually and if you find a good, test it in all slots.
Any error is indicative of a memory problem.
If a well-known stick fails in a slot of motherboard, it's probably the slot.
2. Driver Verifier
Using Driver Verifier is a dubious proposition. Most of the time it will crash and it will tell you what is the driver.
* But sometimes it will crash and will not tell you the driver.
* At other times it will crash until you can connect to Windows. If you can't mode without failure, then you will have to resort to editing the registry offline to disable driver verifier.
* I would suggest that you first back up your data and make sure that you have access to another computer so you can contact us in case of problems.
* Then do a system restore point (so you can restore the system using the functionality of Vista/Win7 Startup Repair).
* Under Windows 7, you can do a startup repair disk by clicking Start... All programs... Maintenance... Create a system - with Windows Vista repair disc, you need to use your drive installation or from the "Repair your computer" option at the top of the Safe Mode menu.
So, here is the procedure:
-Go to start and type "auditor" (without the quotes) and press enter
-Select 'Create a custom settings (for code developers)' and click 'Next '.
-Select "Select individual settings from the list complete" and click "Next".
-Select all of the items EXCEPT FOR 'Low Resource Simulation' and click 'Next '.
-Select "Select driver names from a list", then click "next".
* Select all drivers that are NOT supplied by Microsoft and click on "Next".
-On the next page, select "Finish".
* Restart the system and wait as he crashed to blue screen.
* Continue to use your system normally and if you know what are the causes of the crash, do it several times. The objective here is to get the system crash because Driver Verifier is stressing out the drivers. If it is not planted for you, then let it run for at least 36 hours of continuous operation.
* If you are unable to Windows because it crashes too early, try safe mode.
* If you can't mode without fail, try to use the system from the installation DVD restore to bring the system back to the previous point of restoration that you created.
* Further reading
Using Driver Verifier to identify issues with Windows drivers for users advanced
Original title: BSOD 0x0000007A ataport.sys
Salvation to the whole community.First of all, I want to say sorry for my English, I'll try to answer as welle as I can! =)So here's my problem.I got a BSOD when using, or not, my computer. It seems at any time, and I don't know why.I took a photo of the blue screen, and I can provide it.I tried I tried to uninstall the antivirus software and latest software that I installed it, but the problem is the same. I disconnected the 3 HD and still BSOD.The BSOD is:KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERRORSTOP: 0X0000007A (0XFFFFFFFFC000000E, 0X00000000B5F7E860, 0XFFFFF6FC400084E8, 0XFFFFF8800109D93C)ataport.sys - address FFFFF8800109D93C base at FFFFF8800107F000 DateStamp 4ce79293Data collection for the crashdump...Initialization of the disk for the crashdump...I installed win7 last Sunday, and the BSOD appears in this week.Maybe the drivers GeForce?What should I do next?PS: I forgot to say: operating system is installed on an SSD. I ran chkdsk and no problems were detected. I have a 1 TB samsung drive too and the 3To WD drive.I reinstalled Win7 after a crash of one of my Corsair memory. It works very well for a year before that.Thanks for help.
Ok!My computer is running for a few hours with no BSOD more.My problem is solved. If the problem was with the Firmware of the SDS for the Crucial M4.Thanks for all the help and I hope that will solve all the problems for other users ;)Best regardsJudicaël.You can close this topic.
Error message: STOP: 0x0000007E (0xc0000005, 0xB42E09AC, 0xBA4E39B4, 0xBA4E36B0)
Here is the text of the BSOD:STOP: 0x0000007E (0xC0000005, 0xB0B9B9AC, 0xBA4DF8AC, 0xBA4DFSA8)Kbdclass.sys - address BOB9B9AC base at B0B9B000, DateStamp 48025372Some of the Stop line numbers change but their pretty much the same content. There is no C:\Windows\Memory.Dmp file on this computer. Sorry it takes so long
The Kbdclass.sys driver that is referenced is the keyboard class driver that is a component of Windows.
It is possible that the accident might actually be due to a third-party keyboard driver.
If you have installed a third party (for example. Keyboard Logitech driver) can update you or, if necessary, uninstall the third-party keyboard driver and see if the error resolves?
Article on Microsoft:
In accordance with article Logitech Mouseware software can also cause the error.
Have a user who was the bluescreen with no error message when she arrives in the morning. This doesn't always happen. But when it does, it must do a hard boot of his computer. It runs XP SP3, and it is on a domain. Another user reports what is happening also, but not as often.Yet once, it is not consistent where it happens every working day. It's maybe 1 or 2 days a week, if that. Hibernation is disabled and power options are set to never turn off.If this is not enough information, I will be happy to provide more if necessary. Any contributions to this issue would be appreciated.Thank you
This may apply . But this message does not resemble a BSOD / crash
More information about the problem:
OS version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Can anyone help.
Check in the most recent discharge has not been activated. What are the results of the auditor/Reset?
This shutdown occurred at 5 or 6 times in the last 45 days with different parameters. No new something has been installed since the construction of the system. The problem started when I installed a card mother ECS RC410-M (2nd Board is installed). He ran reliable as far as I could tell for a while (weeks) with the second bedroom / cpu package. I tried a different processor (current is D945, used P4) and different RAM modules (current 2 x 512 DDR2 533). Seller Council is without help, as almost everyone I contacted. Obviously the system cannot be used in a critical environment. System generally works well. These cards were used by HP in the exact configuration, I built, I have a moment hard to believe the Board alone is responsible, but I'm ready to throw away the ECS. Is this the only solution?
OK, I took a leap of faith and swapped the Mo, problem solved (01/16/10). I chose a Board with the chipsets listed by Intel to support Pentium D 945 I had. Apparently, the last execution of the manufacturing of the ECS boards used a substitution of the original hardware components and makes the Board less stable at high speed cpu.
original title: need help with__PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA__STOP:0 x 00000050 (0xF000EF5D, 0x00000001, 0xBF80172D, 0x00000000) __Win32k.sys - address BF80172D base at BF800000, DateStamp 49e87572
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error 0x0000000A (0x00000002, 0x00000001, 0 x 00008000, 0x8050CC18)
http://msdn.Microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff560129(v=vs.85).aspx Hope this helps, Gerry Cornell
When I start the laptop with home premium, all I get is a blue screen with 'owner' in the middle. None of the arrows or connection etc... I just used last week and was allowed
I start my HP laptop, just get clear blue screen with 'owner' in the middle. I can't get out of this pic. even when I turned off, he returns in this... cannot log in or anything
I suggest you to follow these steps and check if that helps:
Try to start the computer in safe mode and check if the same problem occurs:
Try to perform the verification and startup repair if it helps:
It will be useful.
INSTALLATION DRIVER CAUSES BLUE SCREEN AND SWITCHING TO AND SUITE
I have re-installed windows xp pro several times and everythong is going fine until I install the drivers from the disk. pc switches work and I get a blue screen with a RECOVERED FROM A GRAVE... message. I also have a xp(not professional) of windows disk, it works with the drivers, but the pc doesn't seem to work as well. I want to run xp pro version, that's why I bought it. Help, please.
It makes no difference, what version of Windows XP, you install, it will make no difference to his execution, or use. (with the exception of you want to join a domain)
If your PC boot after installing winxp pro, visit your PC manufacturers site, or the site of the motherboard and to get the latest drivers for Windows XP a go from there
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