If you use Google to search for "windows debugger," the first link returned will be the Windows Debugger home page. Thanks in advance V Anthony on Wed, 26th Aug 2009 4:57 pm @Vibhuti - Apart from the dump, please check the Device Manager and see if there is any unknown I am still in a dilemma whether I will install that IDT again, as I have already reinstalled the OS twice in 3 days, which is definitely not desirable!! You should try updating the driver or uninstalling and reinstalling it in the Device Manager. amir on Fri, 31st Jul 2009 7:50 am What causes viaudio.sys error? this contact form
Anthony Ben on Fri, 17th Jul 2009 1:45 pm Thanks Anthony, I fixed the problem by taking out the hard drive and using it as a slave in another computer. Thank You. Anthony on Mon, 10th Aug 2009 8:08 am @fred - Really the best thing to do is to boot from a clean Windows CD/DVD and reinstall from there. Could be cable, master/slave settings, hard disk itself or the combination of IDE or ATA devices in the system. I have tried briefly to get Vista to see my 2nd hard drive but no joy there yet, I think I may now have to install those Sata drivers and hope
If you did not already, also run a virus check to rule out a virus as the cause. by smahaney / January 10, 2010 6:57 AM PST In reply to: Blue Screen Problem Forgot to say I'm working with Windows Vista... from what you said previously about Nvidia drivers clashing with Vista/Windows 7, does that mean that if i reformat my laptop back to windows XP, it will be fine?
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Too often by R. The Windows Debugger is a powerful tool with many useful applications, but for this article, we are only interested in its ability to analyze memory dump files generated by blue screen Thanks! Thank you!
Request you to help me out. Oh, I can not get past the blue screen which now comes up right away upon attempting to reboot. Are you sure the computer is starting from the CD/DVD? https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista/blue-screen-after-watching-videos-on-youtube-hulu/eb82636c-f492-4d1e-bf61-d11dbe0b7817 And thanks for sharing!
Its not an internet problem bc regular videos on my laptop wont play either. Lastly, is there another memory test available? Doing this I got vista to install. It will let you view & disable shell extensions.
Hopefully I wont have to mess around with the bios. Neil on Fri, 7th Aug 2009 3:50 pm This is a really useful site - thanks. http://newwikipost.org/topic/qMJofBZ9pUSsdHnTyzpzdfhTsxbDqtRp/Intermittent-blue-screen-on-Vista-Home-Premium.html Update the BIOS - especially after adding new hardware or installing a Windows service pack this can help fix issues. Anthony Rene Celibataire on Wed, 1st Jul 2009 10:57 am Do Blue Screen errors still exist? Maybe i should get a camera to take a picture of the error msg LOL.
Using the Windows Debugger The Windows Debugger is one of the primary tools used by Microsoft software developers and support staff to analyze and resolve errors that result in memory dumps, weblink Also try updating your video driver. Dun know why that exclamatory sign came!! by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / May 3, 2007 10:22 AM PDT In reply to: many thanks ...on the motherboard..
You saved my back big time!! erik on Wed, 12th Aug 2009 11:49 am >>What do you do if the BSOD flashes too fast for you to see and then Thanks for any help/advice. Dont worry, I had XP, thought a new OS would fix it (now have Vista Ultimate) have also tried Windows 7RC. http://linux4newbie.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-errors-d1-and-7e-iastor-sys-help.html Any suggestions?
Did you do a full CHKDSK /R to check for bad sectors? Have not found any solution yet and very frustrated. Otherwise they are hard to spot.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Problem Event Name:BlueScreen by kantam_satheesh / December 21, 2008 5:38 PM PST In reply to: Vista Blue
Hmmm, might as well replace the power supply too. If the chkdsk /f command does not help, another possibility is a boot sector virus, so make sure to run a virus scan with an updated antivirus program. Report alex_da_gr8est- Jul 24, 2009 at 09:28 PM Dude you seem like the only person that isnt an idiot on that forum, thankyou for that, I found the same problem myself. The new error you reported does not really help me there.
This will reset all memory timing to default. I've read all the replies but it seems to be mostly people restating the same problem rather than any solutions. I can cntl/alt/del and the task manager pops up and i can run some programs but most of them have errors and wont start. his comment is here A couple of examples are below:http://www.netsquirrel.com/msconfig/msconfig_vista.htmlhttp://thevistaforums.com/index.php?autocom=ineo&showarticle=15Hope this helps.GrifHope this helps.Grif Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - any more ideas?
The article is meant to help readers understand and troubleshoot blue screen errors, and the list is based on XP errors, although most will be valid for Vista as well. I tried something else. the first one was IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL STOP: 0x0000000A (0xFFFFFA000424C140,0x000000000000000c… 0x0000000000000001, 0xFFFFF80001CA89AD) second one was: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA STOP: 0x00000050 (0xFFFFFA0006B2E178, 0x0000000000000000, 0xFFFFF80001CA21FO, 0X0000000000000005) and the last one was PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA) acpi.sys STOP: 0X00000050 (0xFFFFFA00047E5058, 0x0000000000000000, Now with the shut down is ok as I have disabled the drivers, to my horror, all my restore points are gone.
Another option is a temperature problem. this is my computer specifications..intel centrino 2 processor2.26 Ghz 1066Mhz2gb ddr2Nvidia 9300M GSat the first time.. Just to make sure, you can try starting in Safe Mode (F8 at startup) and run a "SFC /SCANNOW" at the system prompt. The files will be named miniMMDDYY-NN.dmp, where MMis the month, DD is the day, and YY is the year in which the dump file was created.
or do you think it is hardware issues thats causing my BSOD? But those things should be addressed by the drivers… Have you tried installing the original, older driver for the Wifi device instead of using the latest one? SID on Tue, reinstalled vista and this time selectivly put drivers on left my energysaver chip drivers off. Loading the default bios settings can sometimes help there.
Helpful +23 Report pseudonym Jan 7, 2010 at 04:14 PM This power management solution worked!!!!