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It happened to me right after I tried loading an ISO image using demon tools, could this have been the reason? Common Srtspl64.sys Error Messages The majority of srtspl64.sys errors that you encounter will be "blue screen of death" errors (also know as a "BSOD" or "STOP error") that occur in Windows Posted by Helpdesk Service at 2:08 PM Labels: KB, Tip of the day 44 comments: Eli Mercado said... This led me to the right spot, but I had to make a slightly different fix.

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it's still helpful. Norton Internet Security 2008), Symantec hardware failure, and power outages can corrupt your file system and stored data. c) Select Services tab, uncheck Services belonging to Manufacturer Symantec such as Liveupdate, Symantec Endpoint Protection, Symantec Event Manager, Symantec Settings Manager, Symantec Management Client, Symantec Network Access Control etc. SYS files such as srtspl64.sys are third-party (eg.

Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Subscribe Now: Feed Icon Subscribe in a reader Follow by Email Posts All (64) Computer Technology (62) Computer viruses and other July 16, 2009 at 8:51 PM Trucker Pete said... Please Note: Your srtspl64.sys may not be related to hardware driver problems, but it's always a good idea to ensure all of your PC device drivers are up-to-date to maximize PC http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-update/blue-screen-page-fault-in-nonpaged-area/15154f8e-9f46-4652-8f1a-8d9d425117bc Didn't have the slightest idea....

Caution: Unless you an advanced PC user, we DO NOT recommend editing the Windows registry manually. NTFS Drive: Displays cleanup messages. /R – This command locates bad sectors and recovers readable information (assumes /F). /L:size (NTFS only) – This command changes the log file size to the In the results, click System Restore. This entry was posted in Troubleshooting and tagged blue screen, Symantec on May 20, 2013 by Merlin Halteman.

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October 18, 2011 at 8:16 PM Anonymous said... have a peek at these guys Restart your PC with the USB drive installed. You saved me a lot of time! Follow the on-screen directions to complete the uninstallation of your srtspl64.sys-associated program.

As a result, you may experience blue screen errors associated with srtspl64.sys. Only as a last resort tho as it's possible that doing it could trash the system by its own accord Don't know how it's done in W7 but in XP you Thanks a lot, it's work January 5, 2010 at 11:47 PM Anonymous said... check over here If this is the case, you will need to replace the bad memory to resolve your srtspl64.sys BSODs.

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I was able to boot into safemode with networking, and the memory had already tested fine, so I suspected a software/driver issue.I enabled logging, and found that the stop was the

July 26, 2010 at 7:42 AM Anonymous said... Posted by Teq Dwell at 1/09/2013 10:24:00 am Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: All, Computer Technology Reactions: 18 comments: Anonymous6 July 2013 at 20:09You have to start If it happens again I will try to get Windows 7. Good luck...

srtspl64.sys is mostly caused by the Norton Symantec Endpoint Protection Antivirus. Can anyone help me resolve this without taking it to a repair place (funds are tight). A black box will open with a blinking cursor. this content Incidents have been reported where incompatible/buggy Symantec Endpoint Protection updates caused Blue Screen of Death on Windows Operating System: Buggy Symantec Endpoint Protection Update Blue Screens WinXP PCs: http://securitywatch.pcmag.com/none/300302-buggy-symantec-endpoint-protection-update-blue-screens-winxp-pcs Symantec explains

Well done OP. You might need the snorton removal tool too to get rid of it all as well User #148251 1305 posts brettule Whirlpool Enthusiast reference: whrl.pl/Rdpqwk posted 2012-Dec-14, 10:34 am AEST Using Registry Editor incorrectly can cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall Windows. If you are not currently backing up your data, you need to do so immediately (download a highly-recommended backup solution) to protect yourself from permanent data loss.