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Microsoft underlines that STOP: 0x0000000A error messages as well as the accompanying blue screen of death can have additional causes beyond those described in this article. I remember I installed SP2 and it seemed fine for a day or two. And Aug 25 this BSOD happened. the BSOD on this notebook occured with iTunes 8.02 and removing the USB/iPod connection and the Logitech USB Transmitter. http://relite.org/windows-vista/blue-screen-with-vista-buiness-32bit.php

Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Vista Service Pack 2 startup failures / blue screens This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by Search Visitors to What's On My PC 2,748,242 WELCOME What's On My PC The intent of this blog is to share my knowledge base of computers, software, gadgets and information technology Free unlimited installation and compatibility support is available for Windows Vista, but only for Service Pack 2 (SP2). I can't believe Microsoft did not send a bulletin regarding this MAJOR issue. her latest blog

Came downstairs to discover the new computer in a reboot loop after a BSOD. I did not get the error using the ethernet connection. Graeme Hi Evan, i hope you can help me. I have a MEDION Akoya and the screen went all garbled after installing these patches.

Unfortunately, under his remote control, he successfully executed a roll-back and I was able to successfully stop my USB Devices. Rick Reply Chickpea says: August 24, 2011 at 6:44 am I'm still here and still managing *without* SP2… pretty happily. Evan Wondrasek Glad we could be of help! A BSoD indicates a low level error.

It might not be a bad idea to hold off on updating (temporarily), but if you do decide to update you may want to set a system restore point before you How did Microsoft miss this, foe heaven's sake? FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS. http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Video-Display-and-Touch/Blue-Screen-after-Windows-Vista-SP2-installed-on-my/td-p/135457 Or just covering HP's behind?) Anyway, Evan -- great advice.

Step 5: When the System Restore window opens, click Next.  Select the most recent system backup and click Next. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. I refused to pay because I don't think it's a virus issue. I'm at work right now but I remember seeing 0x0000007E and 0x00000050.

Kamran comment on cary me too… i even called best buy and asked dem if i could switch..but i was not under the 14 days return policy…but definitely from now onward https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/vista-service-pack-2-startup-failures-blue-screens-531873/ Plus, I have never gotten that blue screen before. Please, help me. You could always do a system restore to a point before the installation of SP2 since I have found not one benefit to have it at this time anyway.

You're awesome! More about the author Hiding update KB973879 in windows update then stabilises the systems. Every thing ok now again. Evan Wondrasek This update was released after SP2, so it may not be included when you install the update.

Mikayla THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!! Reply Ramblinrick says: May 25, 2011 at 3:30 pm PlaywithWindows, Ironically, just a couple of days back, I did a rebuild on a Vista PC that would not take SP2. Paco Hey, I have an Hp Pavilion dv6570ee, and I'm currently having a major bluescreen problem. http://relite.org/windows-vista/windows-update-on-windows-vista.php CodeIntegrity Errors: =================================== Date: 2013-08-04 11:41:42.753 Description: Code Integrity is unable to verify the image integrity of the file \Device\HarddiskVolume2\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-tcpip-binaries_31bf3856ad364e35_6.0.6001.18000_none_b31e1252666640f6\tcpip.sys because the set of per-page image hashes could not

JC Evan Wondrasek Microsoft seems to be aware of the problem, but they haven't released any official information that I have seen yet. Thanks again. At this time I have come across no fixes for the latter other than a complete re-install.

Evan Wondrasek Windows Update KB973879 has been identified as the specific update causing the error, but it appears that some users may have experienced blue screens with other updates as well.

Windows 7 is and will be a much better OS. And for making it simple, unlike most tech help boards. Reply Ramblinrick says: August 22, 2011 at 10:10 am Cassandra, I too experienced Vista SP2 install issues. The computer chirps when it cycles off.

NVMe ssd: Why is 4k writing faster than reading? I am not opposed to installing an alternative, like Pidgin, as a cop-out fix. Automated updates lead to blue screens. news I have had that problem.

Usually these problems are the result of the operating system missing a previous update component; or a program on your computer is interfering with the install process; or there is file Microsoft, your the next GM, your too bloated, unresponsive. After a couple of minutes I got a blue screen that stated the following:"A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.BUGCODE_USB_DRIVERTechnical Information: http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/detect/wireless Also follow Allan's instructions and run the diagnostic tests.

Roni This is a God send. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/973879 Evan Wondrasek Thank you for the link! Where do I go next. thanks all Reply howtofixmycomputer says: November 17, 2011 at 4:04 am howtofixmycomputer… […]If you experience Windows Vista Service Pack 2 installation issues… « What's On My PC[…]… Reply Acer A500-10S32U says:

When I got to list the updates, it doesn't show updates for windows, only things like office, silverlight, etc. It seemed flawed from the start.