Need Help With Bsod In Vista 64
They all had the Indian accent. As my PC was under warranty, I worked several hours with Dell Support, ultimately restoring to a point prior to the upload of the patches. Stop your SPAM. and got rid of my problem… THANK A TON EVAN….
Go to Control Panel and type "memory" in the Search box. Glad it's not something I did. I restored my computer back on Aug 23 (did not have Aug 24 point) and erased microsoft update. I'm using the Business version of Vista and within 5 seconds of starting the install I get the BSOD aka Blue Screen of Death with the message of Page Fault in https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/e6ba932f-00bf-4129-869a-d9c4bb86021f/blue-screen-of-death-windows-vista-x64-bit?forum=itprovistahardware
Carrie Thanks for the info! I can't believe Microsoft did not send a bulletin regarding this MAJOR issue. Way to go microsoft! Also, the Vaio update page has recognized this as a FAQ and can instruct you.
So I started at the top of the list and it happended to be the KB973879. Was about to migarte to an Apple Mac but your post saved the day (or at least delayed my trip to AppleLand). Kitts und Nevis St. Regard the identified Driver/s with suspicious and exercise your best judgment in such case.
After that, I tried to install Vista SP2 for my Business version of Vista. Please start the Windows Explorer and go to the folder C:\Windows\Minidump. FOLLOW US Twitter Facebook Google+ RSS Feed Disclaimer: Most of the pages on the internet include affiliate links, including some on this site. Any ideas on how I can get to it to uninstall it?
I tried hitting the keys on the keyboard or move the mouse without any Response. Problem fixed and I reinstalled Norton. Glad it's not something I did. A prospect I am not looking forward to.
I don't think the recovery should take that long. anchor If you could give the Blue Screen info that would help. I hope that can be of some help - please let me know if you have additional questions! Was about to migarte to an Apple Mac but your post saved the day (or at least delayed my trip to AppleLand).
Mine was fixed by Method 1 on the USB issue and SP2. Your CPU is burning! I had to step out but I ended up leaving my computer running. Like one of your correspondents above I have also stored you in my favourites.
If you can't advance past the "Select an Operating System" window it is probably because your OS is 32-bit (x86) and your install DVD or USB is 64-bit (x64) or vice Feedback enthält ungültige Zeichen, nicht angenommene Sonderzeichen: <> (, ) \ Feedback senden Derzeit ist kein Zugriff auf das Feedbacksystem möglich. If the error message points to a specific device or category of devices, try removing or replacing devices in that category. Step 2: Click the Start Menu and type Programs and Features in the search box. Press enter when the Programs and Features option is selected.
Will try to fix later this morning…THANK YOU SO MUCH for posting. Three times with two different USB devices, a flash drive, and a card reader. In regards to your Norton problem, check if you still have any receipt or proof of purchase of your subscription.
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I have a new HP dv7-2185dx Thanks! This will bring you to a new screen where the repair process will look for all Windows Vista installations on your computer. Ron Read this: http://news.softpedia.com/news/Vista-SP2-Fails-to-Install-on-Intel-x64-Multiple-CPUs-Multi-Core-CPUs-120300.shtml Rick I forgot to mention that I reinstalled windows so all updates are recent. Many thanks again Barb Hi Evan, Just used your fix (see post above) and it worked like a charm.
Am I going to get the same problem again?? I'm sure some other updates were in there too. I'm sure some other updates were in there too. Evan Wondrasek Hello, I just read that Microsoft has released a second version of the update (but apparently didn't change the KB number, which I think would scare off many users).
I have a Dell Inspiron and this started a few days ago but this fixed it, I really hope this update is fixed soon! Also what other dump files do you need because when I went to C:\Windows\Minidump I uploaded all the files in there. As examples : BCCode: 116 BCP1: 87BC9510 BCP2: 8C013D80 BCP3: 00000000 BCP4: 00000002 or in this format : Stop: 0x00000000 (oxoooooooo oxoooooooo oxooooooooo oxoooooooo) tcpip.sys - Address 0x00000000 base at 0x000000000 Step 5: Click Restart Now. Your computer should now function properly. If not, try Method 2 below.
Dclong45 Yep This is just what I did and it worked like a charm. Also run CheckDisk so we can rule out corruption as much as possible. For a couple days now I have been getting the Blue Screen error. As we want to perform an automated repair, we would click on the Startup Repair option under this list of tools.
This update was supposed to fix another update issue: Some 64 bit OS’s cannot update to Vista SP2. Festplattenfehler: Führen Sie die integrierte Diagnose für die Festplatte aus. While this may be the case, Blue Screens haven't just vanished. Also changed the setting to install updates when I tell it to.