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I'm using a secondary computer. Anthony on Thu, 3rd Sep 2009 3:08 am @Debdeep Mukherjee - Not sure about the audio driver issue, if it is the right driver it The full-screen mode was working was working fine for last 2 months since I bought but from yesterday. For example: CD C:\Program Files\Adobe\Reader 8.0 DEL *.* This would remove all Acrobat Reader program files, so it could not run anymore. I also pressed F2 during boot and selected "Load Optimal Default" in the BIOS. his comment is here

The last blue screen I got today says : Stop: 0x0000007E (0xc0000005, 0x00000100, 0x8BB7FC78, 0x8BB7F974) Is this hardware or software problem ? Drivers update doesn't help in both cases. Windows8 aplication say that not problems of compatibility on hardware and it not works!!.continuos drop of connections and i must restart to work again. But also possible is a hardware misconfiguration. https://www.eightforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/49812-bsod-randomly-unidentified-driver.html

Please reference my List of Blue Screen Error Codes for individual STOP code troubleshooting steps. The error was: No such host is known. (0x80072AF9) Anthony on Sun, 30th Aug 2009 6:35 am @Debdeep Mukherjee - Based on your scenario I would suggest you reinstall the Also have look at the event log to see if that contains useful information on the error situation. Debdeep Mukherjee on Sat, 29th Aug 2009 11:34 am Hi Anthony, My

Possibly the program uninstall did not remove everything. Ive also tried to repair windows with the OS disk which just hangs straight away. Here's How to Fix That Read Article Article Have a BSOD With a 0x00000003 Code? Make sure to select the location for the drivers manually (not let Windows search), and pick the downloaded Nvidia drivers.

Regarding the recovery partition, you might be able to recreate it, but you will need the recovery disks that came with the computer. if i could shoot fast enough. Delete any partitions on the hard disk, recreate them and do a full format. https://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/235034-bsod-caused-unknown-driver.html Now even by BlueTooth driver has gone corrupted.

Follow Us Facebook How To Fix Buy Do More About Us Advertise Privacy Policy Careers Contact Terms of Use © 2017 About, Inc. — All rights reserved. Here's How to Fix That Read Article Article Have a BSOD With a 0x00000022 Code? Thank you Anthony on Fri, 7th Aug 2009 2:11 pm @Jesse Cooper - Error 8E that you are reporting means a not handled kernel level exception error. But you do need to make sure that the problem does not introduce itself again as a result of changes or updates.

Doing this I got vista to install. his comment is here My computer is a Sony Vaio with XP media center. It works fine on all other machines though. Now with the shut down is ok as I have disabled the drivers, to my horror, all my restore points are gone.

In my case it's always BAD_POOL_HEADER (19). this content If all this does not work, I'd suggest you bring the PC to a repair shop, as most likely a component is defect. adhi darmawan on Thu, 30th Jul 2009 If you did not already, also run a virus check to rule out a virus as the cause. This is usuallycaused by drivers using improper addresses.If kernel debugger is available get stack backtrace.Arguments:Arg1: fffff88004805c4d, memory referencedArg2: 0000000000000002, IRQLArg3: 0000000000000000, value 0 = read operation, 1 = write operationArg4: fffff880070c2a90,

Hope it helps. Robin on Mon, 20th Jul 2009 6:28 pm Hi again Anthony, i thank you very much for your answer, i am trying another thing. I even tried installing the latest version of that driver from the DELL Website but no luck. Skip navigationBrowseContentPlacesPeopleBookmarksYour Reputation ActivityCommunitiesSupportIT Peer NetworkMakersLog inRegister0SearchSearchCancelError: You don't have JavaScript enabled. weblink Thank You. Anthony on Mon, 10th Aug 2009 8:08 am @fred - Really the best thing to do is to boot from a clean Windows CD/DVD and reinstall from there.

Anthony Ben on Thu, 16th Jul 2009 10:01 am Hi I'm having a BSOD problem which I cant seem to get around. Re: Intel 4965 AGN + Windows 8 RTM 64-bit = Random BSOD (netwlv64) amitglazer Oct 22, 2012 3:43 PM (in response to Fjtorsol) Same hereIntel - Please suggest a solution. it is a 400watt.

I replaced all files and tried to reboot.

But are you saying that the blue screen errors keep happening after you reformatted and reinstalled Windows? Cheers. Debdeep Mukherjee on Thu, 3rd Sep 2009 1:16 pm Hi Anthony, I got the backup disc anyways. When i want to run games it reboot after BSOD. Anthony on Thu, 30th Jul 2009 12:53 pm @ adhi darmawan - I am not sure Alcohol 120% is compatible Another option to analyze the cause of the blue screen error is to look at the Windows system event log or to debug the memory dump (minidump) that Windows created when

I had a compter savy friend look at the machine and he quickly concluded the problem to be the motherboard - three blown capacitors. Now, even if I click the wi-fi bluetooth button in the keyboard and it gets activated within minutes it is crashing. You can try uninstalling and then reinstalling that, or maybe try switching to AVG ( http://free.avg.com/ ) to see if that help. check over here What else you can try: scan your PC's registry for errors!