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Evan Wondrasek You are welcome! Microsoft is a joke and wanted to charge for helping me. Which Cooler do you use? I finally got rid of this problem by opening up command prompt by pressing "Shift + F10" and I typed in "regedit", while the error message was still up. http://swapshaker.com/windows-vista/64bit-vista-premium.html

Still, your guide is very good and useful, unless my case happens… KJS Had the same problem with a new Dell computer I got 5 days ago. This laptop is brand new- I've only had it for 3 days- so I was freaking out. Plus, I have never gotten that blue screen before. Prevx - Home -Free Windows Firewall Windows Defender (not needed if using MSE) IE - Protected Mode IE 8 - SmartScreen Filter ON (IE 7 Phishing Filter) I also have IE

I restored my computer back on Aug 23 (did not have Aug 24 point) and erased microsoft update. Especially with Vista. For more help see KB137539. Rick Hey Eric, Yea I'm on 64bit Vista Ultimate.

  • Hopefully, Windows 7 won't have these same issues!
  • Evan Wondrasek Glad we could be of help!
  • So if the new update does indeed cause problems, you'll have a very recent restore point you can revert to (using Method #2).
  • This tool helps you to actually identify the flawed driver.
  • Was having the same problem on my Dell 14z.
  • Rick Hey Eric, Yea I'm on 64bit Vista Ultimate.

Like said in my first post, I just wish I could have found your page first. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/973879 Evan Wondrasek Thank you for the link! Avast Home Free - stop any shields you do not need except leave Standard, Web, and Network running. Do it as follows: Disable UAC.

ever since i have unistalled that update, i have not been able to connect my bluetooth device… plz help me out… thanks in advance… AdvGmni Excellent instructions. Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Tutorials Advanced Search Forum Vista Forums Crashes and Debugging BSOD after Windows Vista x64 When Windows encounters a condition that compromises safe system operation (i.e. Carrie Thanks for the info!

It crashed immediately after I stopped any USB connected device. u r a true life saver…. One had to follow-up to see if a solution had become available. http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/my_event_viewer.html ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Here are some methods to possibly fix the blue screen issue.

But here are some: KB973874 KB970653 KB969058 KB968389 KB967190 There are too many to list and I can't copy and paste. I think I will wait a few days before installing any more update unless they are critical and NEVER AGAIN without first creating a restore point! Do you have any other way of solving this problem? For each crash displayed in the upper pane, you can view the details of the device drivers loaded during the crash in the lower pane.

Came downstairs to discover the new computer in a reboot loop after a BSOD. http://swapshaker.com/windows-vista/windows-vista-bsod-bad-pool-caller-after-standby.html Manually look at manufacturer's sites for drivers - and Device Maker's sites. Crashes of Remote Network Computer If you have multiple computers on your network and you have full administrator access to them (e.g: you have access to \\ComputerName\c$), you can also view Please do note that in the rare eventuality the Driver Verifier Manager does find a non-conforming driver, there could be a possibility that it may not be the offending one.

The website claims: "When you try to install Windows Vista Service Pack 2 or Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 2 on the computer, you receive the following Stop error message: Stop kristin THANK YOU SOOO MUCH!!!! AD5 Thanks again, Evan! http://swapshaker.com/windows-vista/windows-vista-bsod.html To do that, open Device Manager.

Thank you Evan Wondrasek I recommend installing updates as they become available. about once a week i get a BLANK blue screen. Similar Topics Windows Vista Ultimate x64 crashing bsod Jan 31, 2009 Occasionally bsod in Windows Vista Jun 20, 2008 Vista x64 BSOD problem Jan 7, 2009 Vista x64 SP2 BSOD Feb

I got my help from an alert that came up when I went into safe mode.

Thank you. My manuscript was due to my agent and I was stroking out. Norton Removal Tool http://us.norton.com/support/kb/web_view.jsp?wv_type=public_web&docurl=20080710133834EN&ln=en_US List of anti-malware program cleanup/uninstall tools http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/msestart/thread/407bf6da-c05d-4546-8788-0aa4c25a1f91/ ------------------------------ Here is what I use and recommend : (These are all Free versions and very effective.) Avast and Prevx KB256004 will help you STOP 0X000000EA or THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER Could occur after you install a new video adapter or an updated (and poorly written) video driver.

Open the properties dialog box for the device, and use the following buttons on the Driver tab to perform maintenance tasks: Update Driver: This will start the Hardware Update Wizard. nelsonb Bought a new HP Pavilion dv6 a month ago after old Toshiba died. Product Name: Product name of this driver, loaded from the version resource of the driver. his comment is here After that, I tried to install Vista SP2 for my Business version of Vista.

StartUp Repair from Recovery Options or Vista disk How to do a Startup Repair http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/91467-startup-repair.html This tells you how to access the System Recovery Options and/or from a Vista DVD http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/Help/326b756b-1601-435e-99d0-1585439470351033.mspx Starting with Windows Vista, the incidence of Blue Screens or Stop Errors have drastically come down. aditya goel Hi, thanks a ton for your help and cudos!! Unfortunately, under his remote control, he successfully executed a roll-back and I was able to successfully stop my USB Devices.

I found it a bit late, although new it has got to be the update, yet decided to spend over an hour waiting, and an hour talking to HP tech support Fixed focus problems when opening the 'Advanced Options' window. kc chan hey… thanks a millions!!! But if the BSOD persists, there are some tactics that may be employed to repair the system there are over 250 "documented" BSOD codes.

I've got a dv6625 that has two updates that failed to install with Windows Update (KB970653 and KB972036) and somehow got themselves installed anyway, my pc got stuck in a endless Although the BSOD has largely been thrown onto the software slag heap, in Vista, crashes haven't been totally banished. If you don't specify this option, the list is sorted according to the last sort that you made from the user interface. thanks in advance… Jason Keirstead Thanks for this… been struggling with this a few days.

Also changed the setting to install updates when I tell it to.