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Thank you Evan Wondrasek I recommend installing updates as they become available. You might want to backup your installation to an external drive first.0 Reply Don 9 years agoI bought a new Gateway desktop in April. how do I fix it especially with no connection to the internet?? Geben Sie "!analyze -v" im Befehlszeilenfeld (kd>) am unteren Rand des Fensters ein, und drücken Sie die Eingabetaste, damit WinDbg eine detaillierte Analyse der Datei durchführt. get redirected here

owensg Hey, looks like we have the same problem. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. So much thanks! Do we try to update to SP1 or leave it until Microsoft wakes up and does something right for a change?0 Reply Pete 8 years agoLast week I tried to use Continued

I guess I'll have to erase the hard disk and start again...0 Reply Michael Pietroforte 9 years agoJT, you can boot from DVD and then use Startup Repair. The Athlon, HP issue is WELL KNOWN to HP. 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 thanks in advance… Jason Keirstead Thanks for this… been struggling with this a few days.

So if the new update does indeed cause problems, you'll have a very recent restore point you can revert to (using Method #2). 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 As a result, often several of the tray icons disappear, though the processes stay running, so I can't access these tray icon items without a reboot.0 Reply EricT 9 years agop.s. Ran updates manually and was eventually offered SP1.

However, (and this I really, really, really, have to thank the guys in Redmond for), moving and deleting files is now almost a joy.lljwagg, make sure you're not on mute. Got to love Microsoft! Any more information or ideas woujld be greatly appreciated. http://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/4/SLN129734 Kamran Evan..Cant thank you enough… your 1st Method worked for my computer..

the BSOD on this notebook occured with iTunes 8.02 and removing the USB/iPod connection and the Logitech USB Transmitter. I had to rollback the SP1 because of a problem with my legit DVD's. I had to reinstall Vista from same CD as upgrade. System seems more "responsive" if that's the correct term...although fractionally so.

It was moved to a storage drive. http://www.techerator.com/2009/08/fix-windows-vista-64-bit-gets-blue-screen-after-windows-updates/ I have a dv6625 and that specific update got my pc suck in a loop. Seriously, thank you so much for this. I refused to pay because I don't think it's a virus issue.

Bitte versuchen Sie es später erneut. Get More Info Try out one of the following: AVG Free: http://download.cnet.com/AVG-Anti-Virus-Free-Edit… Avira AntiVir (I'm currently using this one): http://download.cnet.com/Avira-AntiVir-Personal-F… avast! They are memory management and that is usually caused by a driver. PeteA Thanks for posting the solution.

The numbers in brackets after the .... Trying to change directories in the target copy window (eg to get ready to copy files to a second backup location) is almost guaranteed to cause the copying dialog to stop Locate KB973879 in the list (if it exists), right click it, and select "Hide Update". http://relite.org/blue-screen/blue-screen-using-vista.php New install of Vista Business edition (pre SP1).

Thanks again! I wonder if I should print this out and just give it to them or something. Bear-Bear P.S.

Step 9: Select View installed updates in the top left of the window.

Router - wireless page with info setup not showing 8. So, now I've started over. This article (KB935796) lists all known programs that don't work properly with Vista SP1. I do remember the bad reviews Windows 2000 got.

Luke P Just got my VAIO FW a couple days ago and was unable to remove any sort of USB hardware (flash drives, transfer cables, even a portable mouse) without getting Method 2 (System Restore) Step 1: Restart your computer and continuously tap the F8 key while it is restarting.  You will eventually see the ‘Advanced Boot Options’ screen, where you need Right now I'm on safe mode. http://relite.org/blue-screen/help-blue-screen-in-windoes-vista.php zu der diese Datei gehört, und aktualisieren oder deaktivieren Sie diese(n).

Very frustrating!!!! B. I also shared similar problems as mentioned above with Dell outsourced "Support". Evan Wondrasek Glad we could be of help!

Evan Wondrasek I've seen replies from Microsoft techs and it appears that they are aware of the problem, so hopefully they stop pushing the automatic updates. by SleepyChoco / August 29, 2008 4:47 PM PDT In reply to: Vista service pack 1 makes blue screen of death! Hugh Many thanks for helping with this problem. And, of course, the anti trust folks at Microsoft no longer support the software they sold me with my last computer.

Verwendung des Windows Debugger Der Windows-Debugger ist eines der wichtigsten Tools für Softwareentwickler bei Microsoft und für Supportmitarbeiter, wenn es um die Analyse und Behebung von Fehlern geht, die zur Erstellung I got my help from an alert that came up when I went into safe mode. Ask ! Sorry this maybe offtopic., but I am sooooooo upset and wanted to share my anger with somebody………..

Safe mode (Except command prompt, which I didn't try) and other attempts proved hopeless since Windows just wanted to finish the installation. I have a 7.1 stereo set up with a powered amp. Now tried to install SP1 - Blue screen of death. it's become completely useless.It's like the video is completely locking up.

nelsonb Bought a new HP Pavilion dv6 a month ago after old Toshiba died. Applying the Windows Vista x64 SP1 update left the computer in a non-booting state until I removed the DVD drive.0 Reply Ghani 7 years agoI am using Vista Ultimate for about