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    Another possibility is "Bad Karma" try doing something good, like helping an old lady across the street.
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    lol Haha. That machine of mines doesnt seem to blue screen. The only USB in there is the mouse :/ However I will check it out.

    Thanks guys.
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    Hey guys

    This machine went back in to the dealership whom i made check it out fully!

    Came back no probs. Two weeks later it blue screens. Here is what I get from MS.

    And I did reformat!

    Sigh. What else can i try?
    Last edited by Cider; August 7th, 2008 at 09:49 AM.
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    Cider,

    I May be beating a dead horse here, but do you have sharepoint on your computer and/or server? I dont know for sure, but that may be whats causing the issue.

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    Hi there Gillis57

    What do you mean by a sharepoint?

    That Pc does have mapped network drives on teh server? Could you explain what you mean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cider
    What do you mean by a sharepoint?
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/sh...r/default.aspx


    I haven't read the whole thread but try and update all drivers for all the hardware you have.
    The error you're getting is usually (999 of 1000 times) driver related.

    If possible remove some hardware you don't really need as it could also be caused by a conflict between 2 or more hardware devices/drivers.
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    Hi there

    There isnt anything in there except the basics. Ive updated all the drivers.

    And no i am not running a sharepoint server.
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    Cider,
    Only reason I ask is because that error id number was coming up with sharepoint... so if that's not it, im going to go drown your sorrows

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    Right.. If you get a blue screen try to get some info into which DLL caused the STOP error to happen.
    There should be a lot more info in there eventhough it might look a bit cryptic..

    Might want to check your eventlog too, it's probably also logged there..
    Knowing what caused the STOP will help in pinning down the problem.
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    Hi there everyone.

    I am going to give as much information as possible here.

    On the 29th of May the user came to me saying the PC jsut shutdown unexpectedly. I then went to the workstation and went through the event log. First of all it stated that it is corrupt when trying to look through the security logs. So couldn't do that.

    I then went through the system logs and found an error around the time the PC crashed. I went through it. Sirdice said I must look for a DLL, the only one I could find was faultrep.dll which I think is the fauly reporting in windows which crashed not the actual DLL that is causing the problems.

    I did a ccleaner run on the requested machine, cleaned up the registry, emptied the temp folder. I also did a sfc /scannow. All went through fine, no problems.

    This morning the user called me telling me they have a blue screen, I went there. It stated MEMORY MANAGEMT. I noted it down and restarted the machine. When blue screen appear it says deveice driver and other similar ones but not the exact sameone everytime.

    I rebooted into windows and went through the event log. PLEASE SEE ATTACHMENTS, THEY ARE JPG FORMAT I zipped them to keep the resolution.

    I am now exhausted with this PC as it has gone back twice to the dealer and has been checked numerous times. Then said the hardware was fine.

    So I reformatted and redid windows. However this situation still appears.

    I have tried all the guidance that you guys have given me.

    Can anyone please give me some guidance as to where to go from here. I have run into a dead end.

    I dont have alternative hardware to play around with.

    Any help would be apprecited.

    Thank you
    Last edited by Cider; August 7th, 2008 at 09:49 AM.
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