BSOD On Windows XP Is Driving Me Nuts
Again - driving me nuts. Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Windows XP Blue Screen Youtube All Browsers by verit_tas / February 18, 2011 7:17 AM PST In reply to: Re: BSOD thanks If you study more hits (or limit them by adding the stopcpode 1000008e or x100008e to your search terms) you might find other possibilities. Just fix it again and turn your Automatic Updates to notify you before installation. http://quodsoftware.com/bsod-on/bsod-on-asus-k53s-windows-7-ultimate-x64.html
The person suggested that I just select the E drive install and try to run the suggested fix commands. In either case, you will find the drivers by clicking on the "Support" tab of the webpage and then choosing "Download Drivers".If you still need help, come back and ask Kees I have not used this computer for the past couple of years, and the few times I've tried to turn it on recently, I get a blue screen that reads: STOP: Once i start to repair, it juz hang there then it juz keep restarting the pc.
PLEASE CAN YOU HELP ME AS THIS IS DRIVING MAD. Thank you for taking the time to put this info out here for all other techs and support person to use. Thank you so very much! Marcel Brown Patrick: I'm not a super-duper expert on UBCD, but I think you should be able to make a UBCD from Vista that will boot on an XP system.
The CD is still necessary for the uninstallation to work, correct? Filed Under: Tech Advisory Tagged With: blue screen, BSOD, KB971486, Windows Gemma Hi Marcel i have the exact problem yesterday..but i cannot get my computer to do anything past the error This post has just saved me hundreds of dollars and possibly my marriage (as my wife was none too pleased that "I" had wrecked the family PC by using Windows Update!) Koda napake is Slovenian for Error Code.Mark Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - That's only the beginning.
Note that while I used a boot CD to access the hard drive, you could also remove the drive and connect it to another computer and accomplish the same thing. news Update #3: A few users have commented that "properly" uninstalling the update from Add/Remove Programs control panel made things worse. The first is to try a USB CD drive to boot from a CD like UBCD. So I looked in C:\Windows directory for the $NtUninstallxxx directories to try to find the likely culprit.
However, the commands did not find the directory or the files??? Thanks for comment everyone! 1 Pimiento OP Helpful Post Antonio1754 Oct 23, 2012 at 1:40 UTC In the BIOS for the hard drive emulation mode. notpcwise I too experienced the BSOD with a STOP: 0X0000007E. http://quodsoftware.com/bsod-on/bsod-on-amd-x3-440-running-windows-7-with-4gb-ram-in-dual-channel.html Ed Worked for me thanx Lauri J.
Key Point : Microsoft Updates QA needs a kick in the pants. This has made the whole OS unusuable as after 2 minutes it locks up. Get the answer pscowboyJan 4, 2007, 4:33 AM Do a repair install, with your XP cd, at the SECOND instance you see install offering a repair.If it goes okay, run chkdsk
Let me know if you also have, if yes, then my conclusion is correct Report kyle- Dec 7, 2008 at 01:41 AM hey ya to the last post, my brother just
Thank you for all the information in these posts, it looks like it should fix my problem. After struggling for days…. For future reference, does anyone know if this message is logged anywhere so that one can easily see what it said once the computer restarts?Thanks Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) System Information (local)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------computer name: TCDHOFFwindows version: Windows XP Service Pack 3, 5.1, build: 2600windows dir: C:\WINDOWSCPU: GenuineIntel Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz Intel586, level: 64 logical processors, active mask:
KBWood I'm sorry I forgot to mention that my new machine also didn't come with an install disk like my xp one. Doing a quick search, I found this web site: http://www.pendrivelinux.com/install-and-boot-ultimate-boot-cd-ubcd-from-a-usb-device/ Good luck! Type this command: BATCH spuninst.txt 4. check my blog So I don't know what to do now!
Marcel Brown You're welcome, grateful poor soul! It would happend unlegan shutdown. Which I now know cannot be the truth. so a windows virus that takes out your WinXP doesnt affect it for example (99% of the time).
After you install Revo Uninstaller, click on the "View" button until you see description columns, "Applications, Size, Version..." and it's the Version column that you want to look at. Rebooted again, reran the other updates that I guess didn't get applied (hiding the toxic one); we'll see how the stability holds up after the wife catches up on her lost Dharmendu Patel Thanks for your great solutions. wow, that's a lot of good feedback.
That's pretty much it. If you can't get your computer to boot from a CD or have the ability to connect your hard drive to another computer, it may be best for you to take Any suggestions?