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Well ive been using this computer for last couple of days and ive got couple of different blue screen errors=[ like pyscilly dumping memory or something like that
what do i do =[


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Over the past couple days, my computer has began to blue screen almost constantly.

There were a few errors; kernel_data_inpage_error and kernel_stack_inpage_error. Stop codes were 0x000000F4 and 0x0000007A. There was also something concerning atapi.sys.

I read up on a few things but the most I did was switch out my sata cables and made a different peripheral the master (both of which were only temporary solutions). I ran a Memtest for a few hours and it returned no errors, so I'm confident it isn't a problem with my memory. So, I need some help.

Towards the last couple of months in '09 up through now I have been experiencing random blue screens while playing games. Other games crash periodically but do not cause blue screens (also random). Around the start of these errors I had attempted to update video drivers (however I did the first update due to video performance issues before these errors occured). I haven't used any diagnostic tools yet to test hardware or stress test my computer to identify possible issues on that level yet. I should also note that from time to time I get windows errors during or right after desktop loads. These all seem to be caused by nv4_dsp (I think that was the file it listed, but definately related to my video card.)

Here is an attachment provided by bluescreenviewer. The last 4 errors are from playing Call of Duty: World at War. I removed one of my memory sticks to test faulty physical memory after the last error and have not had any issues as of yet. However, if you view the time logs on the attachment you will see that the errors are typically not back to back repititions.

I am also attaching a dixdiag log. Keep in mind that one 2gb stick of memory is not in the computer at the time of this post.

If anyone has any suggestions or insight as to the cause of these errors, please feel free to express your views. Thanks in advance for any help!

Every couple of days I am getting a blue screen upon startup in the morning. In the event viewer it shows service control manager errors 7000 and 7001 which says the description : The HTTP service failed to start due to the following error: Not enough storage is available to process the command. Any thoughts ? After restarting the computer everything is fine until maybe 2-5 days later then the same errors appear. My system is home built with xp pro sp3, Asus p4p deluxe mb, 1 gig corsair ram, antec ne-he 550 power supply and radeon 9800 video card. I have checked all componets and ram on other systems and have re-installed the complete os on a new maxtor caviar black 1 tb hd. Have updated all drivers. Any ideas ???

Hello everyone. I am new here so i apologize if I miss something while posting my problem. I will try to keep this short.
I got an entirely new system about a month ago.
Includes..
MSI P43 Neo3 Motherboard
MSI 9600gt gfx card
Intel e7200 2.5 ghz
2gb OCZ ram
250gb western digital HDD

here is the problem
After I built my new system I was simply using my old HDD's OS(had XP sp2 on it). After a couple of days I started getting blue screen errors randomly. I tested the ram first and ran MemTest for it. it showed me no errors. Then I thought it was a faulty motherboard so i returned it and got a new one. After the new board came I had no issues with Blue screen so I was right about that. But yesterday suddenly, I was playing the new Prince of Persia and it said that the NVIDIA driver has stopped working and the PC froze. I had to manually reboot it. This is where it all began( please keep note that even though I got my self a new HDD I was still running Xp from my old HDD) Now I cant boot into XP anymore. Every time Xp screen comes up and just when it is about to go into Xp, it gives me blue a Blue screen.
After this, I tried installing a fresh copy of Xp my my new HDD. During installation on the new HDD, i kept getting blue screens. After a couple of tries, I somehow installed Xp on it. After it was fully installed, the computer rebooted(which is normal). It had been just about 10 secs that XP had started and bam, i got a blue screen again. Now the problem is I am not able to run Xp on any of my HDD's. It just keeps giving me blue screen errors every time xp loads.

I know its not the motherboard cause I got it replaced and it worked fine until now.
I know its not the Ram cause i ran mem test and it did not show any errors
then today I thought since all this started happening after that NVIDIA driver crashed may be the gfx card is bad. So i went to a store and got a 9500gt as a replacement just to test if it is a gfx card problem.
But no luck. Its doing the same thing.

I am not able to diagnose what the problem is. I am also sure that the copy of Xp I installed is a good one because im running the same copy on my laptop and on a buddies PC and it works perfect.

please help me diagnose the problem. I will give a shot to any suggestions made cause I am completely out of ideas to solve this problem. Thanks

hello, i have a couple of errors on my computer

1. i can't open my (c:) drive, when i double click it says this : Windows can't find the file RECYCLER\S-5-3-81-100026003-100007436-100005349-5922.com. Check if you enter the right name and try again. if you want to search for a file click the Start button and than click Search.

2. i can't open my internet explore (i'm on firefox now) when i try to open it says: The instruction to 0x100011a0 refer on 0x100011a0. The read- or write operation ("written") on the memory failed.

click OK to end the program.
click Cancel to search errors in the program.


3. i can't update my anti virus, it says it can't connect to the internet...

4. if im on youtube with any web browser, i have no sound, only video's (this is a small error but it's annoying)

these 4 errors i had all on the same time, i think it is from a virus or something, please help me repair this errors!! thanks!

ps: sorry for my bad english, im from belgium

I keep getting blue screen errors while not doing anything really intensive. Gaming runs fine (fallout3, oblivion, wow all on max settings) but crashes often while going through folders and immediately after game closes.

Errors from the event viewer are as follows
(8 of the following)
The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load:
mv61xx

(10)
The Viewpoint Manager Service service failed to start due to the following error:
The system cannot find the path specified.
(5)
Error code 1000008e, parameter1 c0000005, parameter2 bf01e83d, parameter3 ab129288, parameter4 00000000.

I've just taken out one of my 2 sticks of 2gb muskin ddr2 800 ram. Using Windows XP SP2. Just tried using the cd to repair it, it couldn't read one of the files during setup but i skipped it (utohs) and I think that since it's on a seperate partition it won't run any of the files on my local disk C? Anyways let me know if you need any more info. Built it about two months ago, has ran flawlessly untill about 4 days ago when this happened. Anyways if anybody could help me out that would be very much appreciated. If I don't get a response in a couple days I'll be formatting and starting over from scratch, but would very much like to not have to do that.

Desktop 3Ghz, 2GB, 7600 GeForce Video Card, TV Tuner, 2 Segate internal drives, Win XP Service Pack 2, all updates


A couple days ago I would get random blue screens that I hadn't seen before and I would reboot and they would go away for a few days, than they got more frequent. I've got to the point where I can't reboot into Windows at all, even via Safe Mode. Without disabling a bunch of drivers, I decided to wipe the drive and put a fresh copy of Windows on...I started to put Windows back on and got errors of copying files on setup.. I then used a wiping tool (GDISK) to completely kill all partitions.

I started installing XP again and got farther into the install the process and the same problem..BLUE SCREEN.. I unplugged everything, pulled the memory and BIOS battery...Waited 2 hours and plugged everything back in. Started installing and same problem..Blue screen on install.

The only thing I can of is that I have a bad memory chip or block or maybe a bad HD.

Thoughts inputs would be great...By the way it's a Dell Demension E510

I keep getting blue screen errors while not doing anything really intensive. Gaming runs fine (fallout3, oblivion, wow all on max settings) but crashes often while going through folders and immediately after game closes.

Errors from the event viewer are as follows
(8 of the following)
The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load:
mv61xx

mv61xx is a raid driver, i uninstalled it at 11:15pm today. (will be waiting to see if it fixes or not)

(10)
The Viewpoint Manager Service service failed to start due to the following error:
The system cannot find the path specified.

(nothing done for this yet)
(5)
Error code 1000008e, parameter1 c0000005, parameter2 bf01e83d, parameter3 ab129288, parameter4 00000000.

(no idea)

I've just taken out one of my 2 sticks of 2gb muskin ddr2 800 ram. Using Windows XP SP2. Just tried using the cd to repair it, it couldn't read one of the files during setup but i skipped it (utohs) and I think that since it's on a seperate partition it won't run any of the files on my local disk C? Anyways let me know if you need any more info. Built it about two months ago, has ran flawlessly untill about 4 days ago when this happened. Anyways if anybody could help me out that would be very much appreciated. If I don't get a response in a couple days I'll be formatting and starting over from scratch, but would very much like to not have to do that.

over the last couple of months since i completed a system format, I've notice a few errors in my machine, after installing Win7 freshly after the wipe, simple installations failed to run their course and games such as world of warcraft and some memory intensive RTS games were having unexpected crashes.

Since then i have wiped the computer again, going back to XP this time (home edition SP2) and am still noticing errors, such as having two windows open at the same time as a video on youtube will cause a BSOD, the same as running WoW on ultra graphics, and if the game is not set to maximum graphics, i sometimes encounter an error where an object has failed to load, closing the game, note that my laptop has the exact same directory installed on its hard drive and doesn't encounter such errors

im not sure what is the cause of these errors so im asking if anyone here would have any idea as to the problem thanks in advance. :)

Had blue screen of death with the message " A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to protect your computer."

Technical Info:

Stop Error : 0x0000008E (0xc0000005, 0x805264D6, 0xB4BD578C, 0x00000000)

No drivers or anything else was listed.

At the end it stated:

Dumping physical memory to disk.

It then continued dumping until "Physical Memory Dumping completed" appeared".

At the end, I just restarted my computer and all seems to be well. I have tried googling the above but cannot find the same combination.

OS is WinXP Pro SP3 with Firefox V3.0.10

Do I have to do anything?

Thank you
Joe

Hello,

My laptop suddenly giving a blue screen error from the last couple of days.
I am using XP Media Center Edition.
In the last couple of days, once it went fine and was working for a few hours. But after that again it came back and now it is always giving the error!

I tried to enter in Safe Mode and it goes fine there. But when I try to login through normal mode then within 10 mins it shows the blue screen error. It shows even if I am at the login screen without logging in and performing any operations. I also don't remember of any software that I have lately installed if that's the reason!

The error codes shown are as follows:

A process or thread crucial to system operation has unexpectedly exited or been terminated.

There are also a bunch of other messages.

But the tech info goes like this:

*** STOP: 0x000000F4 (0x00000003, 0x84C47568, 0x84C476DC, 0x805D1652)

Beginning dump of physical memory..

Any help in this regard will be highly appreciated!
I am not able to work in my laptop..

Thanks!
AB

I got a registry file failure C0000218
System root\System 32\config\software
dumping physical memory error when I booted. Then I tried ctrl F11 and accidently shut it down while it was booting. Now I get Loading PBR for descriptor . . . done message when I do ctrl F11. I was able to run a test using F12 and I am getting a lot of uncorrectable data errors or media is write protected errors. Is there anyway to fix this colossal mistake?!!! It won't read any cds. Please help!!!! Thanks.

Hi, I am new and appreciate the help.

I am running windows XP on an HP Pavilion dv6000 laptop.

I was having blue screen errors for a while. Last week I got a corrupt:
\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEM

I put in a new hard drive and reinstalled the operating system to factory settings from the disks that came with the computer. I did all the upgrades etc.

Still having a ton of blue screen errors

Installed Service Pack 3

Later that day my computer froze and and I got a window that said "Windows system error Unknow Hard Error"

Then more blue screen errors 1 - 4 per day.

Each time they are different.

Today I got this one

STOP: 0x000000F4 (0x00000003, 0x8A3BAD78, 0x8A3BAEEC, 08A05D297E)

Any advice?

Thanks!

Hi guys im new at the forums.

I just formated my computer hard drive and when I try to install xp it does not detect any of my partition I have. It finds 3 partition but all of them are errors. couple seconds later I get a blue screen that says the following.

STOP: 0x0000008E (0xC0000005, oxf741ded5, oxf70257d0, 0x0000000

setupdd.sys - adress f741ded5 base at f73f3000, datestamp 3b7d8507

Hello. Recently we've been getting "Blue Screen Errors" on our Windows XP. The most common one is called "Blue Screen error caused by a device or driver." Since they mention a likely hardware or software problem, I suspect our computer screen or speakers might be to blame.

A couple months ago, we hooked up a screen and speakers from different brands. I think the screen's brand name is Westinghouse and the model number is LCM-17v8, and I think the speakers brand name is The Digital Experience inc., Model number gem 2.0 USB.

We've also gotten other error messages along with this one, such as "Address a problem with your computer", also strongly suggesting a problem with hardware, and "Troubleshoot a problem with your audio software". Is it possible that the screen or speakers may be incompatible with the computer, resulting in these errors, or would it be something else? Thanks!

Hello. Recently we've been getting "Blue Screen Errors" on our Windows XP. The most common one is called "Blue Screen error caused by a device or driver." Since they mention a likely hardware or software problem, I suspect our computer screen or speakers might be to blame.

A couple months ago, we hooked up a screen and speakers from different brands. I think the screen's brand name is Westinghouse and the model number is LCM-17v8, and I think the speakers brand name is The Digital Experience inc., Model number gem 2.0 USB.

We've also gotten other error messages along with this one, such as "Address a problem with your computer", also strongly suggesting a problem with hardware, and "Troubleshoot a problem with your audio software". Is it possible that the screen or speakers may be incompatible with the computer, resulting in these errors, or would it be something else? Thanks!

Back again, but this time with a different computer than my laptop (considerably older, early 00's). It was running fine, I uninstalled some old programs that were just bulking up the small 30 gig hard drive (as it hasn't been in use for a couple years, kept crashing a while back and now it magically started to work a couple months ago). The only program I uninstalled today was Spybot: Search and Destroy. I accidentally uninstalled modem drivers yesterday but I don't plan on using dial-up any time soon so I didn't reinstall them yet.

It's running Windows Xp service pack 2.

It was running fine when I left for a couple minutes, but when I came back, it had restarted. And it kept shutting off and restarting (leads me to believe it's some sort of power supply problem, another similar computer, although newer, won't turn on and I believe it is the power as well. They are custom built by the same person). Well when I finally got it stable, it blue screened after a bit and gave me the error:

[Didn't record smit other than this]
"Might be connected with file: win32k.sys"

PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA


I restarted the computer and after shutting off a couple times, it started up regularly and was working fine. I plugged in a USB device, left, and came back after a couple minutes and the following blue screen popped up:

ftdisk.sys

DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

Stop: 0x000...D1 (0x0Af03AEl, 0x000...2, 0x000...1, 0xFAB0A947)

I don't know if those errors contain enough information to determine a cause. I have searched online and they seem to be quite vague in the possible causes.

I've been trying to boot the computer up without any usb devices in, but Xp disk check pops up before the desktop loads and then reports that an unknown error occurred. It started to show the user logon screen but then blue screened and shut off. (Didn't get to see the BS).

I'll keep trying to get it up and stable and try another USB port for the device as it is necessary (basically the only reason I use the computer still).

It might also be the hard drive going bad... In which case I have multiple computers that I might be able to take parts from...

I would just like to say first of all that I do not know much about computers at all, so please be patient with me.

I am trying to restore my computer to factory settings because my computer has begun freezing up on me and it's no longer useable. I have an Asus G50, and it's begun freezing up for a couple of days now. when it first did it I thought I just needed to be turned off and on, but when I did so it froze up at the start up screen. Other times I'll be able to log in all the way to my desktop and maybe everything will even work fine for about 20 minutes, but thne it still freezes up and the screen goes black.

I have the recovery disk that the computer came with I've put it in, but it doesn't seem to do anything at all. The computer isn't even acknowleding that I put it in. I have absolutely no idea what to do at this point. Any help at all in restoring my computer will be greatly appreciated.

EDIT: I'd also like to add that my computer has blue screened a couple of times as well in the past couple days when I was trying to figure out how to fix it. Also, I didn't realize I posted this on the XP forum, I meant to post it in vista.

Hey all, I have Win XP SP3 Home edition. I have been having a ton of blue screen errors lately and can't norrow down were the problem is coming from. I know all the errors I am having are caused by the same issue. It would appear as if I had a bad driver but I can't tell which one. I have tested my memory with memtest 86+ for 8 hours and all seems fine. I am by no means new to PC troubleshooting but this one is proving to be a hard nut to crack. Please have a look at my minidumps and see what any of you think the problem is? I can't even tell if this is hardware or software causing these issues so I pray someone can shed some light on this.

The system is a new build consisting of:
Biostar A880g+ - Motherboard.
g.skill F3-10666CL9S-2GBNS - 2gb DDR3 ram.
AMD Athlon II X4 630 Propus 2.8GHz - CPU
XIGMATEK HDT-S1283 - HSF
160gb IDE Seagate - HD
CORSAIR CX430 V2 - PSU.
Win XP SP3.

For two weeks, kept having system instabilities. Random freezes and BSOD's. Memtest86+ ran overnight with no apparent problem, Windows memtest kept finding errors. Tried reseating ram, different slot, underclocking, mem voltage changes, etc, etc. Tried another HD, tried newer video driver than what came with the MB. Nothing seemed to work.

Then, on a lark, I set the shared memory (built in Radeon HD4250) from the stock 256 to 512m. And Boom, the system is rock solid. No more memory errors from any test, tried various demos and games. The programs that had found errors or caused BSOD and freezes now all work. Seems stable so far.

I have an RMA approval already for this memory, could this still be a sign of memory problems? I am thinking that when I up the shared memory to 512m, that removes it from the available windows memory pool....

Bsods were mostly 0x1000000A, 0x1A, and 0x4E, with a couple of 0x1000008E's in there too...

Any opinions?

Hi. I've been looking around the internet for a couple of weeks now but have not seen a solution for my issue.

My problems started after I decided to update the drivers for my graphics card (radeon 9600) and Catalyst software, as over time several processes began to crash meaning most functions stopped working. After installing the lastest driver versions, upon reboot, the computer was making a low bleep sound, unlike the usual higher picthed booting up sounds and the display to my plasma via the DVI port disappeared after the BIOS screen. I connected an old monitor via the VGA port and rebooted which worked, I had a display after the BIOS and Windows logo, but there where several svchost.exe error messages.

I attempted to roll back the drivers, which failed, so I tried to reinstall the latest drivers again. Once I rebooted, I had the same problem as before, a low bleep and no display after the BIOS and logo screen. I returned to the BIOS setup and altered one of the video output settings > from AGP to PCI and my display returned. However after the Windows XP logo screen, when the computer low bleeps and the svchost.exe messages pop up (before the desktop or anything else does), neither one of my keyboards or mice no longer respond. Here are a couple of the svcshot.exe errors that immediately pop up:

"The execution Privileged instruction (0xc0000096) occurred in the application at location 0x010056d4".
"The instruction at 0x010056d4 referenced memory at 0x09a6bc27/0x09a6bc28. The memory could not be written.
The was also something about "illegal instruction (0xc000001d) at 0x01005a04"
In the background after that, about 5 pop up windows relating to the ATI software show crash errors too.

Someone please help! Remember neither keyboard work after the BIOS screen and I've already tried booting in safe mode. Thankyou!

I am trying to upgrade my system to XP Pro and am getting a couple of errors.

Error - 557FF5Ch and 536FF5Ch

This happens at the start of the install and won't let me proceed with the install.

What is the errors and how do I fix them?

I've got an IBM R52 Laptop - it's running Windows XP and is a few years old. Just the last couple of days I've been having trouble getting it to start - I get the Blue Screen and when I finally do get it going the System Error message. There are several such ERROR Events which say the source is Dhcp there are also some Event 57 ftdisk. If anybody has any ideas about what I may have done to create this problem, please respond. The only thing I can remember changing in the past few days is starting to use a USB headset. I noticed this afternoon that when I unplugged the headset instead of going to the Blue Screen again - the computer went forward as usual. This could be a complete coincidence. I don't know much about computers so any responses should be very plain!! Thanks so much!!
I have attached the Minidump files. I remember there being a message somewhere along the line about memory...the Blue Screen goes by so quickly - I do not have time to see what it says!

Vicky

I have a new machine that started acting up a couple of days ago. It was hard to get going in the morning with BSOD's at bootup but after a couple of restarts it would be ok for the rest of the day. Now it gets to the welcome screen and a quick flash of a blue screen that I can't read and it cuts off. It will keep cycling itself until I manually start it in safe mode. I ran Seagate Seatools to check the hard drive and it tested ok, I am running Memtest86 right now but it hasn't found anything yet. Let me know what log files you need and I will post them here.

thank you.

Hi all,
Over the last few days I have been getting a couple RUNDLL errors at startup on my computer. I believe I got one of them unchecked from the startup list. However, one of them has the name "morfsral". I noticed when I unchecked it, then restarted my computer, it still gave me the error since somehow it checked itself back in the list. I have not seen this in startup list websites, so consequently I'm unsure whether or not it is malware related or not. I am also wondering if there is a way to get it to remain unchecked.
Thanks, Jason