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Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums Community Ask a Question Today's Posts BSOD Vista Ultimate64-bit ByNxtar ยท 4 replies Jun 11, 2010 hello, as you could guess im having serious issues with Rick I forgot to mention that I reinstalled windows so all updates are recent. and got rid of my problem… THANK A TON EVAN…. Was having the same problem on my Dell 14z. http://sortpictures.net/bsod-on/bsod-on-vista-x64-with-8gb-ram-installed.html

I used the icon to “Safely Remove Hardware,” selected the hardware, and stopped it. If the blue screen error is from an installed device drivers, then it's possible to have the same error appear again in the fresh installed Windows Vista if you use the ever since i have unistalled that update, i have not been able to connect my bluetooth device… plz help me out… thanks in advance… Guest Thank you so much! evanw Blue screens are commonly generated by hardware, so it may help to make sure all drivers for your computer and peripherals are updated to the newest versions. http://www.techerator.com/2009/08/fix-windows-vista-64-bit-gets-blue-screen-after-windows-updates/

To do that, open Device Manager. The most likely cause is a hardware failure in a disk or disk controller. Gozer I have a 3 week old Dell Optiplex 760 that emulates the exact same problem as you describe. Avast Home Free - stop any shields you do not need except leave Standard, Web, and Network running.

And for making it simple, unlike most tech help boards. everything worked out great…:) mark thank you so much! I will try these methods to remove the update and see what happens and report back. Get a discounted price on replacement setup and installation discs: Windows Vista.

I'm going to run ChkDsk soon. When Windows encounters such a serious error that forces it to stop running, it displays a BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH or just ‘lovingly' called BSOD! If you ever suspect malware, and that would be unsual with Avast and Prevx running except for an occasional low level cookie (no big deal), UPDATE it and then run it http://www.gamespot.com/forums/pc-mac-linux-society-1000004/bsod-error-on-vista-ultimate-64bit-25739995/ Recovery/Workaround: Usually none.

I'm sure some other updates were in there too. We have detected a history of abnormal traffic from your network so we ask that you please complete the following form to confirm that you are not a robot and are Did what you said and it started up no problem at all. If a laptop about all you can do is reseat the memory and clean the vents (still can try adding a small fan as a test).

I had worked out that it was connected to my USB drives and was beginning to consider restoring the system. So much thanks! See how you can make it display Stop Error information in Windows 8. Just go to Start -> Control Panel, type "Update" in the search box, click "Turn automatic updating on or off", then select "Check for updates but let me choose whether to

I hope you are ok with this. browse this site Anything else I can do so I can figure out how to fix my computer or is it fixable? Like said in my first post, I just wish I could have found your page first. Jun 11, 2010 #3 Nxtar TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 23 well som good news and some bad, 1 stick of ram had 25 errors before the 2nd pass finished.

Will try to fix later this morning…THANK YOU SO MUCH for posting. The update log does show kb973879 being installed, though. Use Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool. http://sortpictures.net/bsod-on/bsod-on-clean-install-of-vista-32-bit.html Your fix worked perfectly to remove the problem.

Barb After purchasing the DV6-1245 a week ago, I freaked out when I found the blue screen yesterday after booting the laptop. But if the BSOD persists, there are some tactics that may be employed to repair the system there are over 250 "documented" BSOD codes. Please let me know if you have any additional questions!

This update was supposed to fix another update issue: Some 64 bit OS’s cannot update to Vista SP2.

and got rid of my problem… THANK A TON EVAN…. Got to love Microsoft! I thought this might be RAM but I successfully ran MemTest. I have a Dell Inspiron and this started a few days ago but this fixed it, I really hope this update is fixed soon!

I'm on a new profile, on a domain. I just pay the subscription less than a week ago and they are asking another fee!!! Jeff…I found the offending update on the very bottom of my list. click here now So much thanks!

I unfortunately found this after resolving my issue with HP and after talking to their "outsourced" tech support for 3.5 hrs yesterday and another hr today. My question is this…is this the exact same update or did Windows correct the problem and this update is trustworthy? Manually look at manufacturer's sites for drivers - and Device Maker's sites. I thought this might be RAM but I successfully ran MemTest.

In Windows XP, the Windows Error Reporting system was essentially manual but has now been improved & streamlined in Windows 7 & Windows Vista. By the way, I have this updates KB970653 and KB973874. Dclong45 Yep This is just what I did and it worked like a charm. This condition is called a ‘bug check'.

Below are recommendations to use while testing, even better permanently. I hope that can be of some help - please let me know if you have additional questions!