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Help With Vista 64-bit -- Continuous BSOD

deesw8 Resolved HJT Threads 52 11-05-2012 09:56 AM Intermittent BSODS on Dell Vostro I don't get extremely detailed into BSOD checking, so I'll leave this one up to you pros. Conversely, analyzing a dump file with the wrong symbol tables would be like finding your way through San Francisco with a map of Boston.Configure WinDbg to locate symbolsThere are an amazing Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links Advertisement 06-24-2013, 11:37 PM #2 Ram122 Registered Member Join Date: Jun 2013 Posts: 5 OS: win7 Hi All, Can anyone help me in Join Now Help Remember Me?

The most likely cause will be HDD, RAM or recently installed software. I didn't write a hub on the ins and outs of processor cache, I've not once suggested overclocking or underclocking anything, that's been other people telling me what they've tried.As for System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom OS 64-bit Windows 10 Pro CPU Intel i7-3930K 3.2 Ghz (O/C to 4 Ghz) Motherboard ASRock X79 Extreme11 Memory 32 GB (8GBx4) G.SKILL DDR3 Quad PC3-19200 2400 If facing this issue continuously. 06-25-2013, 02:48 AM #3 spunk.funk TSF Team, Emeritus Join Date: May 2010 Location: Los Angeles Posts: 36,083 OS: Windows 10 64 bit,

They think they are speaking English, but they are not. I would suggest against guessing as to what the problem is because this probably doesn't solve the problem (and if you really want to guess, I would point out that 70% Thanks and Best Regards Xinyang Qiu, Azure Web Platform and Tools team, Microsoft Reply luckyluke None 0 Points 3 Posts Re: VS2008: Frequently crashes (BSOD) while debugging Jun 16, 2008 08:00

  1. As soon as I uninstalled it (had to do all of this in Safe Mode) and rebooted it worked fine.
  2. At one point I had a specific line that I executed that would cause the crash.
  3. I am not 100% certain of this as I've not experimented running the command without a space, but it might not work, and as you've missed the space every time you've
  4. Thanks!
  5. I contacted Norton and they say I may have a virus and if I use their service to remove it, I have to pay $99.
  6. When I shut it down yesterday, I remember windows update installing 2 (?) new things, but I can't tell what it was.
  7. I haven't turned up much in Google or on the forum.
  8. VMWare are aware of the issue by have done nothing about itAnyone know a way to run Microsoft VPC with dual monitor setup?
  9. Rick I thought this was definitely my problem but I was disappointed to see that I did not have this update installed. 🙁 I guess my search for the cause of

If it happens during the beginning, have you tried putting the computer in Safe Mode and playing it back then? The HP tech told me the've seen a lot of these and also told me that M/S has withdrawn this update. (Really? It seems to be independent of other programs running, since I have had crashes with lots of other apps running, and other times with only a few running. How to solve Windows 8 crashes in less than a minute How to solve Windows 8 crashes Video Review: Skype for Business pros & cons (video) Everything is perfect; you've upgraded

Reply xinqiu Member 313 Points 154 Posts Microsoft Re: VS2008: Frequently crashes (BSOD) while debugging Jan 06, 2008 04:45 PM|xinqiu|LINK Actually, I just realized this is BSOD (Blue screen of death), Will let you know how it goes. Thanks for the help. As I said previously, I have all microsoft drivers, so there is little more I can do.

The one I have reported is related to debugging in VS2008. Fuzzy every now and then. Help from any knowledgeable MS tech or other tech would be appreciated. It's simple and free.Back in the Window XP era (2005), we wrote a tutorial on solving Windows crashes (How to solve Windows system crashes in minutes).

Problem disappears when I uninstall SP1 but reappears when I... Still, when you get Vista, you should be able to access the Microsoft help line. Click the "Create" button which will set a new restore point. anyways thanks so much your help.

If it's IIS7, what if you run the debugging remotely to another computer's IIS7 website? see here The only way I could get the system to boot up was to remove ALL the USB devices. I very rarely rebooted my system, but when I did, it would blue-screen with the INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR about 1 in 5 times. Also my understanding of how can VS/IIS be causing BSODs is that IIS7 (Vista x64) has indeed a ring 0 module http.sys...

Joseph4 years ago I don't know if you are still reading these, but I am having this same error, but I am positive it is not hardware related as I am Let me know if you still have problems after that. It had fried for some reason. this page Walked out of dere..nd googled the probelm..

Evan Wondrasek I've seen replies from Microsoft techs and it appears that they are aware of the problem, so hopefully they stop pushing the automatic updates. From the options in the right column, select System5. I put in new ram and still get the error.

If the problem persists, you are left with an issue that is too complicated to troubleshoot by following an online guide.

Thank you very much! If it was a device driver problem, the IIS7 web server should crash the OS too, but it didn't.Because only the web server has changed in this equation, the probability of I really need my files do u think i can still recover my files in my hdd tnx in advance tikka2 years ago Worked. I started cussing Vista out and panicking, but this machine has been exceedingly stable since I built it last year and I reboot only every few months.

VOIP voice quality only exacerbates the problem. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! to you EVAN on the gr8 job, u truly are a life saver… jst would like your help a little more.. Get More Info HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.Sign InJoinCell PhonesAppsSmartphonesPlans & ServiceComputersSoftware & Operating SystemsInternet Access

If its software related, they suggest, in order of priority:- Video Card Drivers Motherboard BIOS/Drivers Vista Updates Oddly enough they have a machine with a similar spec to mine and the If it turns out that your anti-virus 'is' the cause, then you should replace it with a new anti-virus system, rather than just disable the current one. Help! There are LOTs of different blue screen crash messages, that all mean different things.mentalkayse,I'd try swapping out RAM as suggested.ronjersan,There is a screenshot at the start of the article.glorybeenow,The Blue Screen

The update log does show kb973879 being installed, though. well that's how I explain it... No BSOD, but froze on Explorer. Rick Hey Eric, Yea I'm on 64bit Vista Ultimate.

Resolve the hal.dll issue first, and chances are your BSOD will stop. I have tried the following Formating HDD Reinstalling Windows Replacing Graphics cards Re-Downloading different compatible versions of the Graphics card drivers. However, when it's installed my 64-bit machine blue screens, and it's very difficult to get uninstalled, actually. While everything was working fine I tried to plug in a USB mouse and had no success.

I watched the video with regard to debuggingcrash dumps and then downloaded the Windows Debug tools. I feel very bad for the hundreds of people that have reformatted their computers (or paid money to have it fixed) over this type of problem.