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I have KB970653, KB963707, and KB972036. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. THANK YOU! and got rid of my problem… THANK A TON EVAN…. http://digitalsurgeon.net/vista-blue/vista-blue-screen-6-0-6-000-2-0-0-768-2.html

I thought this might be RAM but I successfully ran MemTest. PeteA Thanks for posting the solution. Greenwood143 THANK YOU!! Now you see a checkbox called Automatic restart under System failure. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/vista-is-stuck-in-startup-repair-blue-screen-loop.840277/

Better to do that once it is running fine again. Neil on Sun, 9th Aug 2009 8:55 am Anthony - I had some success last night. By the way this is a new hard drive. My laptop (dv6) is 4 weeks old so do I even need this update since it deals with the Vista Service Pack?

If you can not repair it and the chkdsk signalled no errors, it could be anything with the setup of the disks. The RAM is the original factory install. Do we install or not? To make sure, do a full format (not quick), so all bad areas are marked and excluded for data storage.

but i follow your steps but unfortunately i cannot find of said KB973879, any ideas? I did a MemTest on the machine when this originally started happening, and it turned up no problems with my memory. BUT still after the adjustment - the BSOD continues to flash too quickly. I wonder if I should print this out and just give it to them or something.

All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Connect with us facebook twitter CNET Reviews Top Categories Best Products CNET 100 Appliances Audio Cameras Cars Desktops Drones Headphones Laptops Networking You can turn it back on, but that won't help you now. When it will appear again there will be a file like this.Transfer this files on any server and post to it link in this thread. Yes it seems that Anthony have missed some errors , but anyway really useful post. Anthony on Mon, 6th Jul 2009 6:14 pm @Bobby - Blue screen errors are as

I used the icon to “Safely Remove Hardware,” selected the hardware, and stopped it. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/windows-vista-blue-screen-of-death-347660/ Is there some way this is related to bios needing a flash, and if so. I also pressed F2 during boot and selected "Load Optimal Default" in the BIOS. Thanks Anthony on Mon, 20th Jul 2009 3:19 am @Chris - That definitely looks like a hardware problem.

Best Buy want to charge me as well. his comment is here on reboot, everything works fine for a week or so the wham, it happens again. Version 1.35: Added 'Crash Address' column. Pingback: Vista 64bit BlueScreen - Computer Forums() Rick I thought this was definitely my problem but I was disappointed to see that I did not have this update installed. 🙁

I received the blue screen error: STOP 0x00000024 Ntfs.sys address F84DE886 base at F84B9000, DateStamp 4800be5 Is the cause the anti-virus software or could it be the update? A big clue. I then saw the “It is now safe to remove…” and clicked on the “OK” button. this contact form Suppose now I've installed, the sound is working properly, but when I'll restart again, it will be gone, in Device Manager, an Exclamatory Mark will reside just before that Driver Name.

Or just covering HP's behind?) Anyway, Evan -- great advice. I hung up on dat B* for me the blue screen started to appear whn i removed my memroy card safely or unsafely… so i went to Best Buy where i I have a Dell Inspiron and this started a few days ago but this fixed it, I really hope this update is fixed soon!

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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. Anthony Chris on Wed, 22nd Jul 2009 2:41 am Thank for your previous help Anthony, I wanted to also add that I put my pc together 1 year ago, and From Address: First memory address of this driver. so i m confused now wht xactly to do..lemme remind u in my last mail to u the error was page_fault_in_non_page area.

Last week I woke up in the middle of the night to my system rebooting to BSOD over and over. Please tell me if there is any way to restore factory settings for DELL Laptops from inside, i mean while working inside the windows other than before the booting starts? I SINCERELY thank you for Evan for the post. navigate here I used arctic cooling MX2 thermal paste.Here are the specs with test results:Motherboard = Biostar A770 A2+ (returned and got brand new)Video card = MSI Nvidia GeForce 8400 GS NX8400GS-TD256EH (safe

Version 1.31: Added 'Google Search - Bug Check+Driver' for searching in Google the driver name and bug check code of the selected blue screen. Ill let you know if I find that this works. Im with XP , blue screens appear often. The Bios default selection is indeed correct.

Unfortunately I too am having blue screen error. When it occurs again, I'll write down everything. I have the PC now for 6 Months i think. Anthony on Sun, 19th Jul 2009 5:13 pm @Robin - Stop error 0x000000ea is indeed related to video intensive applications, My anti-virus software was also in the middle of a scan.