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Blue screen when entering Windows XP logon-screen

Q: Blue screen when entering Windows XP logon-screen

hi..

this is my pc configs;

Hardware configurations:

* Intel Desktop Board DH67CL
* Intel Core i3-2100 Processor
* 4gb DDR3 RAM
* 1TB HDD ( Samsung SATA)

Software installed:

* Windows XP SP3 (Auto Update enabled)
* All .NET Packs installed
* All Runtime packs ( VC++, VB, JAVA) installed
* Norton Internet Security 2012
* Intel desktop utilities
* Internet Download Manager
* Utorrent
* Acronis True Image 2011

OS works good before 3 days. evil comes when i try to install "USB Over Network" (from fabulatech), BSOD appear's as plug nd play driver problem middle of USB over network install. when i restart the pc.., it stop's asking logon password but USB (any) ports are not work including keyboard nd mouse (DH67CL don't have PS2). same with safe mode also.

then i boot in to RECOVERY CONSOLE with win XP cd.. delete ftusbbus.sys, ftusb2.sys, ftusbload2.sys files from System32/Drivers folder nd reboot again. same problem.

so.. again i get in to recovery console and DISABLE "FTUSBSRV" Service nd reboot again. still same prob.

then i install xp with "REPAIR" option. but the setup stop respond with 34 min's. then i disable ACPI and ENHANCED options in BIOS.., Remove whole usb devices except mouse nd key-bored, replace another 4gb ram. i can't find out any logs name as pnplog.txt. restart setup again with repair option.

**** happen's now.. xp hang in blue blank screen with movable mouse pointer when setup enter's in to GUI mode. again nd again.. same blank blue screen with normal, safe mode nd safe mode with command prompt options.

so.. i decided to install another copy of win xp sp3 in D partition. it's completely installed without any errors.. then i replace SYSTEM nd SOFTWARE registry backups of before 3 days from SYSTEM RESTORE point to CONFIG folder of win xp (old) nd restart the old xp (from C partition). still same prob.

hard drive led normally blink until blue blank dispaly nd stops. i try moving whole files from C:\windows\system32\drivers folder to another place nd try setup with repair option. same problem.

what could be the problem..! i want to repair without formatting.. i have attached setupact.log last lines for your view..

GUI mode Setup has started.
Volume: G:\

Device Path: \\?\ide#cdromtsstcorp_cddvdw_sh-222ab________________sb01____#38524b4547364244313832373231202020202020#{53f56308-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}

1. CD-ROM Drive - \Device\Ide\IdeDeviceP0T0L0-3
CD-ROM Drive
HardwareId:
IDE\CdRomTSSTcorp_CDDVDW_SH-222AB________________SB01____
IDE\TSSTcorp_CDDVDW_SH-222AB________________SB01____
IDE\CdRomTSSTcorp_CDDVDW_SH-222AB________________
TSSTcorp_CDDVDW_SH-222AB________________SB01____
GenCdRomIDE\CdRomTSSTcorp_CDDVDW_SH-222AB________________SB01____
Location: 0
LowerFilters: imapi
UpperFilters: redbook
2. Primary IDE Channel - \Device\Ide\PciIde0Channel0-0
HardwareId:
Intel-1c00
Primary_IDE_Channel
*PNP0600Intel-1c00
Location: Primary Channel
3. Intel(R) 6 Series/C200 Series Chipset Family 4 port Serial ATA Storage Controller - 1C00 - \Device\NTPNP_PCI0010
HardwareId:
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1C00&SUBSYS_20038086&REV_05
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1C00&SUBSYS_20038086
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1C00&CC_01018A
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1C00&CC_0101PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1C00&SUBSYS_20038086&REV_05
Location: PCI bus 0, device 31, function 2
4. PCI bus
HardwareId:
ACPI\PNP0A08
*PNP0A08ACPI\PNP0A08
5. Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System
HardwareId:
ACPI_HAL\PNP0C08
*PNP0C08ACPI_HAL\PNP0C08
6. HardwareId: acpiapic_mp

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Volumes: C:\ D:\ E:\ F:\

Device Path: \\?\ide#disksamsung_hd103sj_________________________1aj10001#32533634394a4230363834353934202020202020#{53f56307-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}

1. Disk drive - \Device\Ide\IdeDeviceP1T0L0-12
Disk drive
HardwareId:
IDE\DiskSAMSUNG_HD103SJ_________________________1AJ10001
IDE\SAMSUNG_HD103SJ_________________________1AJ10001
IDE\DiskSAMSUNG_HD103SJ_________________________
SAMSUNG_HD103SJ_________________________1AJ10001
GenDiskIDE\DiskSAMSUNG_HD103SJ_________________________1AJ10001
Location: 0
2. Secondary IDE Channel - \Device\Ide\PciIde0Channel1-1
HardwareId:
Intel-1c00
Secondary_IDE_Channel
*PNP0600Intel-1c00
Location: Secondary Channel
3. Intel(R) 6 Series/C200 Series Chipset Family 4 port Serial ATA Storage Controller - 1C00 - \Device\NTPNP_PCI0010
HardwareId:
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1C00&SUBSYS_20038086&REV_05
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1C00&SUBSYS_20038086
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1C00&CC_01018A
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1C00&CC_0101PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1C00&SUBSYS_20038086&REV_05
Location: PCI bus 0, device 31, function 2
4. PCI bus
HardwareId:
ACPI\PNP0A08
*PNP0A08ACPI\PNP0A08
5. Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System
HardwareId:
ACPI_HAL\PNP0C08
*PNP0C08ACPI_HAL\PNP0C08
6. HardwareId: acpiapic_mp

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pls advice me..

thanks nd regards..

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A BSoD issue...

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I have searched the web and found many references to black and blue screens with active cursor related to HP Laptops but I have not found a real solution that has fixed my problem. Apart from just wait and wonder!

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Dear folks,
I've been getting regular BS errors lately, when the system entered standby with no user interaction (i.e. while I'm not at the computer for a while). Instead of entering standby, the system shuts itself down completely and upon a restart it reports a Blue Screen Error.
I'm a mac user and I use Win 7 only for programming, therefore I don't really have a lot of knowledge on the internals of Windows. Help would be greatly appreciated!

System details:
Windows 7 Professional 32bit
MacBook 13" running dual-boot
Intel Core2 Duo 2.2GHz, 1GB RAM

Check the minidumps in the attachment.

Thanks, Kev

A:Blue Screen upon entering Standby

Welcome I have checked all your dumps and it comes up with the same cause.

Aaspltp. sys

These drivers should be replaced
907f0000 907f4880 hamachi hamachi.sys Wed Aug 15 19:05:00 2007 (46C3869C)
91031000 91032e00 iSightFT iSightFT.sys Fri Oct 26 13:43:04 2007 (47222728)
91327000 91329380 applebt applebt.sys Tue Apr 08 21:02:00 2008 (47FC1588)
912fb000 912ff080 IRFilter IRFilter.sys Wed Jul 02 15:53:08 2008 (486BDCA4)
9061e000 90766000 bcmwl6 bcmwl6.sys Wed Oct 22 20:41:24 2008 (48FFC834)
913b7000 913c2000 KeyMagic KeyMagic.sys Wed Mar 18 17:00:24 2009 (49C160E8)
8ccee000 8cd26000 aqe0al9p aqe0al9p.SYS Sat Mar 21 10:47:30 2009 (49C4FE02)
87094000 87195000 sptd sptd.sys Mon Mar 23 02:38:33 2009 (49C72E69)
913e2000 913e3080 aapltctp aapltctp.sys Mon Mar 23 17:11:50 2009 (4

Solution.

Update the above drivers.
Remove any programs like daemon tools (use the uninstall tool), which you apparently are using, or any other media emulation tools that you are using. This is appears to be the primary suspect of your problem.
Run and antivirus scan, as virus can appear to be other causes.
Check for corrupted files by typing cmd in search, right clicking when it comes to the top of the screen and then run as administrator. Type sfc /scannow in the cmd prompt.

If the BSOD returns after these changes, just post.

Use this to remove the notorious sptd.
http://www.duplexsecure.com/en/downloads














Code:
Microsoft (R) Windows Debugger Version 6.11.0001.404 AM... Read more

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Can anyone assist? My PC is going into sleep mode and blue screening. I've looked at BlueScreenViewer and it says ntkrnlpa.exe is the reason. I've attached the zip file with html report and system scan.

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CPU is intel Q6600 quad core
Nvidia Geforce 210
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Please help someone clever out there!

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BSOD BUGCHECK SUMMARY


Code:

Loading Dump File [C:\Users\Owner\_jcgriff2_\dbug\__Kernel__\Mini032812-01.dmp]
Built by: 6002.18533.x86fre.vistasp2_gdr.111025-0338
Debug session time: Wed Mar 28 07:19:00.195 2012 (UTC - 4:00)
System Uptime: 0 days 6:15:26.655
BugCheck 9F, {4, 258, 85f8e2d8, 0}
Probably caused by : Unknown_Image ( ANALYSIS_INCONCLUSIVE )
DEFAULT_BUCKET_ID: VISTA_DRIVER_FAULT
BUGCHECK_STR: 0x9F
PROCESS_NAME: System
FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: 0x9F_4_ANALYSIS_INCONCLUSIVE
Bugcheck code 0000009F
Arguments 00000004 00000258 85f8e2d8 00000000
BiosVersion = A07
BiosReleaseDate = 02/25/2009
SystemManufacturer = Dell Inc.
SystemProductName = Dell XPS420
MaxSpeed: 2400
CurrentSpeed: 2394
??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????``
Loading Dump File [C:\Users\Owner\_jcgriff2_\dbug\__Kernel__\Mini070612-01.dmp]
Built by: 6002.18607.x86fre.vistasp2_gdr.120402-0336
Debug session time: Fri Jul 6 03:02:03.659 2012 (UTC - 4:00)
System Uptime: 0 days 6:18:57.287
BugCheck 9F, {4, 258, 85f90d78, 0}
Probably caused by : Unknown_Image ( ANALYSIS_INCONCLUSIVE )
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Hi.

I have a serious problem at my hands.

This moring when I turned on my laptop a '0x00000051 (0x00000001, 0xL1, 0L008, 0x00716000, 0x000001D6)' Registy Error appeared on a blue screen. It then continuously restarts, never making it to the logon screen.

I have tried to reboot in Safe Mode and 'Last Known Working' mode but the same blue screen appears.

As I dont have a XP Home install disk (only boot disk supplied with laptop), I could not repair my registry so I have installed a parallel version of Windows XP Pro that came with another PC. I can access the hard disc so I will be able to back up most of my files BUT I cannot access the Documents and Settings of my user from the original OS because I selected 'Make this Folder Private' when I made the account.

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I think you will have to take ownership of the folders and files you want to access.
 

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Hi theremy friends xp (media center edition) machine ( fully up-to-date and security installed) has suddenly decided to stop working.After logon gets blue screen of death and restarts , then wants to do a disk check, this process just continues in a loopsafe mode will not boot, tried last known good configuration, same happennsthen we worked out how to Disable automatic restart on system failureso here is the info from the blue screen of deaththe problem seems to be caused by the following file :LVPrcMon.sysThe driver unloaded without canceling pending operationsIf this is the first time you've seen this stop error screen, restart your computer. If this screen appears again, follow theses steps:Check to make sure any new hardware or software is properly installed. If this is a new installation, ask your hardware or software manufacturer for any windows updates you may need.If problem continue, disable or remove any newly installed hardware or software. Disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing. If you need to use Safe Mode to remove or disable components, restart your computer, press F8 to select advanced options, and then select Safe Mode.Technical Information:*** STOP: 0x000000D4 (0xF679B410, 0x00000002 , 0x00000000 , 0x80537402)LVPrcMon.sysBeginning dump of physical memoryPhysical memory dump complete.Contact your system administrator or technical support group for further assistance.Many thanks for any help

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http://www.file.net/process/lvprcmon.sys.html , I would uninstall whatever Logitech software/hardware installed...then reinstall same.

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Any info would be GREATLY appreciated, client is many miles away and I have so many other things I need to do tomorrow besides drive out there.

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Can you create a new guest account on the Domain Controller in AD for the client and have them log in as the new user? If that works, then their profile may have become corrupted.

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.1
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Processor Count: 2
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Antivirus: AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition 2011, Updated and Enabled
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I did a system recovery couple of months ago because i got infected by a virus. Then i started getting messages saying "Host Process for Windows Services has stopped working"(seems to be the main problem in Event Viewer), so I deleted Qmgr.dat files because I heard that might help, but I can't check for updates in Windows Update because I'm in Safe Mode.
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These are the parameters:
STOP 0x0000008E (0xC0000005, 0x8262BF71,0xBOC8091C,0x00000000)

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When you say you did a 'system recovery' did you mean Windows' 'System Restore' where you picked a date, or did you mean you reloaded Windows from your recovery partition ?

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Hi , I'm using Windows XP Professional.Everything is fine until I reach the log on screen, then I click in my user account icon, windows shows the desktop , and a few seconds later a bsod appears for a moment and Windows reboots.
I have three hard drives: a 20 GB Seagate (an old Windows XP installation, not connected), 80 GB Hitachi (current Windows installation, connected to the computer) and 200 GB Western Digital (my files, connected to the computer).
I powered off the PC, unplugged the Hitachi drive ,connected the Seagate and now everything is working fine. So it must be a problem with Windows startup services or maybe corrupted data. Any ideas on how to fix this?
 

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I simply attempted to restart my computer and now I have a blue screen
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Hi everyone,
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I have thouroughly checked out the bios settings, performed hard drive and memory diagnostics and I have put in a new HD from western digital: SATA 250 GB, 2500AAKX.
I have also reimaged the computer which works fine. Basically I have tried everything I can think of, even checking out different monitors and hard drives.
I am able to boot in safe mode and run an Anti-virus scan which came back clean.
I was able to do a manual scan in safe mode using symantec endpoint protection and the only thing that came up were some tracking cookies.
I am of the mind that there is either still a problem with a virus or there maybe issues with the integrated graphics card.
No other computers on the network have this issue, it is localized to this one desktop.
After all of this the issue still persists.
I feel like I am missing something and if I do not figure this out soon, what will be missing is my hair! I am about ready to pull it out by the handful.

If anyone has any Ideas I would sure like to hear them! Thanks alot in advance!
 

A:Blue screen after logon

Can you attach any minidumps? Please note, you may have to ZIP them
 

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Can anyone help I have a friend who is encountering the following problem.

Win XP boots up however once you attempt to log on as a user all you get is a blue screen and the PC does not attempt to boot up the desktop.

When I have gone into safe mode the same happens although the screen is black.
 

A:Blue Screen after logon

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some minutes or maybe due to some changes i just did. but it was all like that for more than 30 mins. it was so really frustrating, i wanted to browse to do some work i couldn't do anything again i have to stay awake for two hours shutting the laptop down
and booting again still  the same thing.
after on i tried to boot in safe mode, which was successful but i realized that some of my softwares would not open, i shutdown again to boot to normal windows thinking maybe is because i boot in safe mode. it was so worst in normal windows. still on black
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Hi guys, i use a sony vaio laptop, model VGN-NR11S/S, with windows vista home premium installed. I noticed that when booting with a CD in it, it stops at the loading bar screen (black screen) and does not continue booting except i remove the CD.

The problem now is that it does not boot beyond the loading bar screen anymore with or without a CD in the system. I cant use the system again, i need suggestions to get the system functioning. Thanks.
 

A:windows vista not booting to logon screen, stops at loading bar screen

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I understand alot of people have posted about this issue already, but they seem to be saying that the computer is giving them the option to start up in Safe mode, which my computer isnt letting me do!

the message says

"STOP:c000021a [fatal system error]
the windows logon process system process terminated unexpectedly with a status of 0x00000000....

i really have no idea what to do, and im really rather rubbish with computers, is it beyond repair?
 

A:Blue Screen Preventing Logon

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Good evening. I am having a slight problem with my Vista Ultimate 32-bit. I've only just installed Vista for the first time and I cannot logon at all. I can logon in safe-mode but cannot logon in normal mode. I have searched around and it seems that it is a driver problem. Only thing is I have checked that I have the updated version of drivers etc. I had a similar problem with XP when I first got this PC. It was to do with the nforce drivers. Updated the driver on XP and it worked fine. But, I tried the same on for Vista and checked there was no problems reported yet the machine keeps giving the blue screen error. The details of the blue screen are below.

Product
Windows

Problem
Shut down unexpectedly

Date
23/12/2008 02:14

Status
Not Reported

Problem signature
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID: 2057

Files that help describe the problem
Mini122308-02.dmp
sysdata.xml
Version.txt

Extra information about the problem
BCCode: 1000008e
BCP1: C0000005
BCP2: 00000000
BCP3: 95DC4CF0
BCP4: 00000000
OS Version: 6_0_6001
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 256_1

I'm not sure if anyone can 'de-code' that and tell me what the problem is. Has anyone else suffered from this problem with nforce drivers?

Thanks

A:Blue Screen on Logon error

Hi.

This may not work but what's the odd's you could do a re-format/re-install or recovery to out of box state? If you can, I highly suggest you download and install ALL UPDATES AND SERVICE PACKS BEFORE ANYTHING ELSE (Of course, you must set a system restore point before you do this!!)

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well, i've just formatted and i'm facing the same problem:
just before the logon screen, a blue screen appears, (not the blue screen of death:P) just a 2-second flash. i googled it and it seems that many PCs have that, and nobody knows how to fix it....! so, anybody here?

A:blue flash before logon screen

Can you describe what you see a little bit more? A blue screen that is not a BSOD isn't very specific.

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---Wow this is frustrating, I just got done fixing two other computers- one was helping someone else fix their computer, because they were seeking someone with basic expertise, and here I am seeking someone with higher knowledge to help me out! thanks in advance to all who contribute!--- HP Media Center M8330FWindows Vista 32 bit4GB RAM, NVIDIA graphics card, and plenty of HD spaceF9 hardware diagnastics: A-OK!Suddenly this computer decided to malfunction, without installing anything new, or updates prior to its "crashing." I'm pretty wary to spyware and virus of the like, so I am careful to what is installed and opened on this computer. But for all I know, when I was out of the house someone could have accessed the the machine, infecting it with something. I noticed before I left the house that it took a ridiculously long time to empty out the recycle bin (has anyone else had this problem in vista?). I know there were a lot of high res pictures in there, so I'm guessing quite a few gigs of deletion, but after an hour it hadn't even progressed. It said 13 minutes and appeared to be frozen, but was still moving. I restarted the computer and tried the same thing-- exact same result. <--- this is the only hint I have as to what happened, because before this everything was fine!Anyway, I got home and turned on the computer (after someone turned it off) and it just booted up the HP screen and then went to the windows logo loading page, except t... Read more

A:Windows Vista black screen, no bootup logon screen

It may be that someone didn't turn off the PC rather that it experienced a damaging event and shut down.Suggest you check the RAM - remove and reseat and try rebooting. If not successful your mother board may be damaged - nasty thought.There is also this site which may be relevant.http://support.microsoft.com/kb/831515If you can get your PC going suggest you check Event Viewer. Then restore files from the recycle bin and then use SHIFT/DELETE to get rid of them, delete a small file and see if emptying the recycle bin works OKPaul

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Going through some pictures on the Facebook group 'I am Fluent in Sarcasm' I noticed a small window briefly pop up, I couldn't read what it said because it disappeared quickly. I had a bad feeling about it and afterward my computer started running very slowly. I restarted it, typed in my password, then got a blue screen which said this:A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.If this is the first time you?ve seen this stop error screen, restart your computer. If this screen appears again, follow these steps.Check to see if you have adequate disc space. If a driver is identified in the stop message, disable the driver or check with the manufacturer for driver updates. Try charging video updates. Check with your hardware vendor for any BIOS updates, disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing. If you need to use safe modeto remove or disable components, restart your computer, press f8 to select Advanced Startup Options, and then select Safe Mode.Technical Information:***STOP:0x0000008E(0xc0000006,0x81C813673,09xE601A5C,0x00000000)Collecting data for crash dump?Initializing disc for crash dump?Deckard's System Scanner v20071014.68Run by Justin on 2009-03-24 09:37:16Computer is in Safe Mode with Networking.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total Physical Memory: 958 MiB (1024 MiB recommended).System Drive C: has 5.25 GiB (less than 15%) free.-- HijackThis (run as Jus... Read more

A:I'm getting the blue screen when I logon (details in body)

DDS.txt:

DDS (Ver_09-03-16.01) - NTFSx86 NETWORK
Run by Justin at 23:54:30.17 on Wed 03/25/2009
Internet Explorer: 7.0.6000.16809 BrowserJavaVersion: 1.6.0_11
Microsoft? Windows Vista? Home Premium 6.0.6000.0.1252.1.1033.18.958.351 [GMT -7:00]
============== Running Processes ===============

C:\Windows\system32\wininit.exe
C:\Windows\system32\lsm.exe
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k DcomLaunch
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k rpcss
C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe -k secsvcs
C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe -k LocalServiceNetworkRestricted
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs
C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe -k LocalSystemNetworkRestricted
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k NetworkService
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k LocalService
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k LocalServiceNoNetwork
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k NetworkServiceNetworkRestricted
C:\Windows\Explorer.EXE
C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
C:\Program Files\Windows Media Player\wmpnscfg.exe
C:\Windows\system32\wbem\unsecapp.exe
C:\Windows\system32\wbem\wmiprvse.exe
C:\Windows\notepad.exe
C:\Users\Justin\Desktop\dds.scr
C:\Windows\system32\wbem\wmiprvse.exe

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Hi My main problem is that I cannot logon windows because for some reason my local password has changed or does not work at all. I priorly tried figure out why win 10 is not running normally because I could not do anything in file explorer. Every time I right-clicked in file explorer it just froze up and win 10 refreshed itself to the main screen after about a minute. I suspected a freeze conflict to be related to my dynamic video cards. I have onboard Intel 3000 and separate Radeon 6700 HD. I updated Radeon Catalyst drivers but no change in stability. Next I unabled all non-windows services in task manager and rebooted my laptop. It could not boot up twice so win 10 tried to fix that automatically with no success. Then I tried to reboot windows 10 by booting it up with my manufacturer software on my system drive. After 15 minutes of installing it announces that it was unsuccessful. Then it went to safe mode and I am stuck with password that does not work. Strange thing is that several times I have entered different passwords or just hit enter after I get "wrong password try again" it says finally "welcome" and dots start circling concluding to a few moments (half a minute) later "wrong password, try again". I have to add that I have fingerprint reader and I have usually used my fingerprint recognition in order to logon windows. Now that non windows services are unabled I cannot use my fingerprint option. I know my password is 100% right but it won*t work. Anyway, trying to r... Read more

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Hi My main problem is that I cannot logon windows because for some reason my local password has changed or does not work at all. I priorly tried figure out why win 10 is not running normally because I could not do anything in file explorer. Every time I right-clicked in file explorer it just froze up and win 10 refreshed itself to the main screen after about a minute. I suspected a freeze conflict to be related to my dynamic video cards. I have onboard Intel 3000 and separate Radeon 6700 HD. I updated Radeon Catalyst drivers but no change in stability. Next I unabled all non-windows services in task manager and rebooted my laptop. It could not boot up twice so win 10 tried to fix that automatically with no success. Then I tried to reboot windows 10 by booting it up with my manufacturer software on my system drive. After 15 minutes of installing it announces that it was unsuccessful. Then it went to safe mode and I am stuck with password that does not work. Strange thing is that several times I have entered different passwords or just hit enter after I get "wrong password try again" it says finally "welcome" and dots start circling concluding to a few moments (half a minute) later "wrong password, try again". I have to add that I have fingerprint reader and I have usually used my fingerprint recognition in order to logon windows. Now that non windows services are unabled I cannot use my fingerprint option. I know my password is 100% right but it won*t work. Anyway, trying to r... Read more

A:My PC gives a blue screen when I trying to logon Hiren Mini ...

Hello @Vuyo1587, Welcome to the HP Forums, I hope you enjoy your experience! To help you get the most out of the HP Forums, I would like to direct your attention to the HP Forums Guide First Time Here? Learn How to Post and More. I came across your post about issue with the notebook not starting, and wanted to help!  I understand that you are having trouble logging into the Operating System, using the password. To start, can you provide me with the Product Number of the notebook?  Here is a link you can use that will help you find your Model and Product Number:HP Customer Support - Products Can you also clarify the Operating System?  In the post, you indicate that you are working with Windows 10.  However, the information in the title and product description indicates Windows XP, and Windows 8.1.  If you are indeed working with Windows 10, try resolving the login issue, using the following document.  Please post back with the results: HP PCs - How to Recover Your Forgotten Password (Windows 10) Please let me know if this information helps you resolve the issue by marking this post as "Accept as Solution", this will help others easily find the information they may be looking for.  Also, clicking the Thumbs up below is a great way to say thanks! Have a great day!

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I'm having a problem with my sister in law's computer. Originally, she had that annoying XP 2008 virus/spyware, which I think I managed to get rid of with Malwarebytes' Anti Malware and System Mechanic 7. Now I have a new problem. After receiving a recent download from microsoft, upon restarting, I get the blue screen of death with this message;

STOP: C000021a (Fatal System Error) The Windows Logon Process system process terminated unexpectedly with a status of 0xc0000005 (0x00000000 0x00000000)

I can't get anywhere into Windows, I've done F2, F8, F12, everything I could think of without risking more damage since I'm not trained for this. I've booted from the system mechanic CD with the Hard Drive recovery, and while it said it found and fixed a problem, it didn't fix this one. I have no windows CD. The computer is a Dell, and it's running Windows XP service pack 2 with Explorer 6. Heeeeeelp! Other than the F keys, I can't get anywhere with this computer.
 

A:Error Message blue screen of death C000021a Fatal System Error Windows Logon Process

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Hi At my company we have Lenovo L460 with windows 7 and Cisco anyconnect 4.3 - we have a sim card with 4G data connection to a service provider(Telenor).When I have logon screen for windows 7, I can see with FN+F8 that the wireless WAN is "on", but when I try to connect/logon with the cisco anyconnect "start before logon" module the cisco say that it can't see any internet connection. And I tried to wait for 3-4 minutes so all services where running, but no connection.... If I uses the Wifi connection then it just goes smooth... If I logon to windows 7 and then start the mobile data connection at logon to cisco anyconnect there is NO problem.. So are there somebody who can say that:1. Huawei does not support cisco anyconnect SBL?2. Lenovo does not allow you to start a mobile connection before you logon windows ?3. Or something? A lot of thanks in advance!!!!!!!! Regards niels

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Can someone help me here? I've tried rewriting the MBR, fixboot C:, and before all that chkdsk /r, but still can not get into the logon screen to access my user names. I've even tried Ctrl-Alt-Del on the blue MS Windows XP screen and nothing comes up. That's the screen that comes up right before the logon names appear. Is there anyway to fix this problem?

I'm stumped...

Thanks,
Brooks
 

A:XP Home - Cannot get to logon screen, just the blue MS WinXP splash

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I just started on new dell latitude windows 7 32b SP 1, enterprise edition at work. I was giving dual monitors. I tried the program DisplayFusion to play around with dual monitor wallpapers and logon screen. I didn;t like and unsintalled DisplayFusion and all saved settings with it. Afterwards, my logonscreen remained the custom one I used in DisplayFusion. I managed to get it back to the default blue.

Well, prior to isntalling and using DisplayFusion, when I would lock my computer, the logon screen was automatically the same as my desktop back ground. I beleive when I first received the computer, it may have been blue, but not sure. I set up my theme as I wanted, custom, just one built in windows background and custom window color.

But now, I cannot get my logon screen to go back to the being the same as my desktop. I've searched and searched but have not found this exact problem anywhere. Only found how to change logon to custom. And thats not what I want to do.

I know someone else in my office has the lockscreen same as desktop background. Prior to my use of this pc, there has been no attempt to make any custom logon screen background. And the other user that has this feature barely knows how to use a computer, so he just set a wall paper and that was it.

Can Any one help please?

Thanks,
~Steve

A:Logon Screen was desktop background, now blue, after DisplayFuison

Can't you just use a system restore to a point before you used this DisplayFusion thing?

Welcome to the forums by the way.

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I have had a problem with my computer to begin with there was a virus that was blocking some exe files from running, such as for internet explorer, firefox, and all antivirus and malaware programs. Programs such as word, solitare, and notepad were fine. I read on this websit and a couple other of people having similar problems to mine therefore I tried everything. Finnally I tried Combofix, and got it to work by changing the file to winlogon.exe and running it off a flash drive. After that I ran Malwarebytes off the flash drive. Both programs found infected files and deleted many files. At this point my computer seemed to be working great. The interent was working and all, so I then Proceeded to download Avast Antivirus program, however the computer stated that the setup could not be completed due to insufficient rights or such. At that point I restarted the computer and then downloaded a uninstall program from Avasts website to unisntall the avast program that was currently on my computer and out-dated. I ran the uninstall and it stated that the computer needed to be restarted to complete the uninstall. So I restarted and then went back onto Avasts website to download the Antivirus program and recieved the same message. I check to ensure that I was logged on as the administrator, and I was. So I then logged in as Administrator and it still did not work. I then restarted the computer and then is when I started getting a blue screen during login. The blue screen state:

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A:A blue Screen that states a problem has been detected during logon

Everything is pointing to the computer still being infected. When you are logged in under an admin account but get an "insufficient privlidges" message that usually indicates something is stopping you. I would log in via safe mode, run Malwarebytes and SUPERAntiSpyware, remove what they find and then log back in through the regular mode and run the scans again.

BSOD can also indicate an infection......

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My PC was working fine before today, until I used Ultra UXtheme patcher for Win8 x64 and then applied a custom VS for Win8.
After a restart, Windows Explorer was not launching, so I opened task manager and did a sfc /scannow. After a reboot, I get to the Windows 8 boot menu (I have a dual-boot on this HDD with win7), and then the screen just turns on and off every few seconds, with the numlock light flickering with the screen.
I tried using the automatic repair, both from the boot menu and from a backup USB, but it does not detect anything. and I still have the same issue.
I restored the backups of uxtheme.dll, uxinit.dll, and themeui.dll, but that didn't help either.
Any help?
Attached is my ntbtlog.txt.
Thanks in advance. There is no BSOD, the HDD keeps on spinning a few minutes after boot, and the numlock keeps on flashing.
Anything else I can do from my win7 install? I'm currently trying to delete the theme.
Edit: deleting the theme doesn't help, safemode doesn't help either. IMHO, it seems to be a driver issue, but there were no driver updates when it was working?

A:Windows 8 flashing screen before logon screen

Fixed with a system refresh. Nobody helped at all?

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Hi all i used to change my boot screen and logon screen in windows xp by going into safe mode and pasting a new logonui file and it works fine but since i put on the windows updates if i change the logon screen my computer will boot to the windows logo and then go black for a second and crash and restart and keeps doing that. Then i have to format because i cannot get into windows at all. I was wondering if anyone knows how to fix this issue.
thanks
 

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I've started having problems when logging on to my Dell Laptop running Windows 8.1 Pro. The icons are slow to appear after logon and I can't select icons with the touchpad. The screen then flashes blue and the icons reload after which the laptop operates normally.

I get an Error Event ID 1000 copied below which seems to be the problem. It points to a faulting module twinui.dll. Have you any advice how to solve this problem?

Level Date and Time Source Event ID Task Category
Error 27/09/2015 07:17:02 Application Error 1000 (100) "Faulting application name: Explorer.EXE, version: 6.3.9600.17667, time stamp: 0x54c6f7c2
Faulting module name: twinui.dll, version: 6.3.9600.17415, time stamp: 0x54503c45
Exception code: 0x80270249
Fault offset: 0x00000000002f497f
Faulting process ID: 0xe08
Faulting application start time: 0x01d0f8ec1e23ccaa
Faulting application path: C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE
Faulting module path: C:\WINDOWS\system32\twinui.dll
Report ID: 5d5dc171-64df-11e5-84b3-b82a729fff82
Faulting package full name:
Faulting package-relative application ID: "

A:Icons Slow to Load at Logon & Blue Flash on Screen?

A couple of us have just interacted about "slow icon loading" so you for sure are not alone.

Explorer.exe is the process responsible for the icons et al - I have killed that process and restarted it when the Volume icon in the systray doesn't show up as it is supposed to.

If you do a Google Search for "twinui.dll" you'll see lots of folks with the same error - perhaps one of those hits will resolve the problem.

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Post-post addendum: Though the "resolution" might not be the ACTUAL resolution, there is a thread right here about the same problem - years old: Can not access apps

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So, my computer has been working fine until yesterday. I plugged in my iPod, and a few seconds later my computer seemed to power down into stand by mode. (Whether my iPod had anything to do with this I'm not sure)

I unplugged all my peripherals and rebooted. XP gets to the login screen but then just goes into stand by mode and my monitor says its going into "power save."

I can however boot into safe mode just fine. Although when I boot into VGA mode I get a blue screen with the error "IRQL not less or equal."

I've searched for some info online and it seems to probably be a hardware problem, either with the motherboard, graphics card, or power supply I'm guessing. I re-inserted the graphics card and RAM for good measure, uninstalled graphics driver, and cleaned out any dust in my case, but no avail.

I'd like to try and pin point the problem some how so I can get a better idea of what's wrong. Any suggestions? Thanks!

OS Name Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Version 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3 Build 2600
OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
System Manufacturer Dell Inc.
System Model Vostro 400
System Type X86-based PC
Processor x86 Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 11 GenuineIntel ~2394 Mhz
BIOS Version/Date Dell Inc. 1.0.13, 3/21/2008
SMBIOS Version 2.5
Windows Directory C:\WINDOWS
System Directory C:\WINDOWS\system32
Boot Device \Device\HarddiskVolume2
Locale United States
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A:Desktop entering "stand by," monitor goes into power save, and IRQL blue screen...

I would go to Dells support site ( http://support.dell.com/ ) and using your service tag get the drivers for chipset and also video and install them both (in safe mode).
 

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I had a pirated version of XP OS... I made it genuine by changing the serial keys using *********** Software and I went to the microsoft website and I downloaded and installed the Windows Updates. It asked to restart the PC and when I restarted it only the blank microsoft screen is coming after that it gets restarted without entering into the desktop screen...can u pls tell me a solution for this problem

napster

A:Windows XP restarts without entering into the desktop screen

Sorry, we can't help with pirate software. Thread closed.

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Hey I need immediate help!

It's my sis' previously-formatted HP Pavilion dv5201tx! The problem is as the title above. I can go into safe mode. I've used system restore twice. And in Documents and Settings folder I noticed it has:

Administrator
Administrator.computer description name
Administrator.computer description name.000
username1
username2

Is it creating more user folders? At some point Administrator.computer description name.000 wasn't there. Corrupted registry hive? I'm not sure! Restarted many times, used Last known good configuration, and it's still black after the boot screen. Please help quick, she uses it a lot. Thank anybody so much..
 

A:Black screen after boot screen, no welcome screen, no logon screen

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This link should let you know what i am getting an issue with. Please help me out by giving me some tips to try correct this. Bare in mind that i have not ever had this issue before, just recently i was playing in full screen without a problem but now i cannot seem to get it to pop back.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eL2esw2upg

sorry not sure on how to make the video appear in here.

A:Screen Problem, when entering full screen.

Fixed the video lol.

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU E5300 @ 2.60GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 4085 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) G33/G31 Express Chipset Family, 256 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 598268 MB, Free - 444904 MB; D: Total - 12108 MB, Free - 2206 MB;
Motherboard: MSI, Boston
Antivirus: Kaspersky Internet Security, Not Updated
Problem:

I clicked on an email and opened an attachment from someone I thought I knew, but turned out to be a virus (I assume.) I now cannot get past the log-in screen for windows. Upon entering my password at the log-in screen, the screen simply turns black. I have ran MBAM 2-3 times with no change in performance after removing the located viruses. Any help would be appreciated.
 

A:Upon entering Windows password, screen goes black and does not load

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Hey everyone, I seem to have a recurring problem that I just can't puzzle out on my
own and need some help here.

A few months ago I had to replace my power supply unit, and at the same time decided to
upgrade my RAM and OS (moving from Windows Vista to Win 7).
Before I was running on 1 gig of DDR2 PC2-5300 667 MHz. I updated it to PNY 4 gigs
(also DDR2 PC2-5300). Computer kept restarting so I brought it down to 2 gigs - things
worked ok for a little while and then I started to have similar problems again. My PC
continually restarts itself randomly, Displays the Blue Screen after an hour or so of
operation and constantly freezes on the starting Windows 7 logo screen.
I have absolutely no clue where these issues could be coming from. All of the RAM seems
to be accurate spec wise and I don't believe the Power Supply to be at fault. Also, this is more recently, whenever I try to sync up my iPod with iTuens, my system also decides to restart itself randomly during the sync. Any help
on the issue would be GREATLY appreciated.

Below are additional PC specs:

- OS Windows 7 ultimate 32bit
- CPU, Intel Core 2 - (2) of them at 2.13 GHz
- 2 Gigs PNY RAM
- (any additional specs needed - please let me know!)

I'm out of ideas here; any suggestions would be very appreciated. Thanks!
 

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Hi everyone. I'm having trouble with my Acer laptop. This is what happened. I recieved an automatic update for IE9. I tryed it out, I did not like the new settings. So, I tryed to delete it, it said that I do not have permission to do that. So I did a System Restore to go back to IE8 and it looked like it was doing it's thing. Then it went into the Blue Error Screen. I turned my laptop off and then back on after a minute or so. Everything looked ok, all the intros still come on but "Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit (Full Version) Login Screen or Welcome Screen" does not load at all. Just stays on a blank black screen with the mouse arrow. I tried using the F8 options on the laptop but they have not done anything so far. SafeMode does not work and apparently there are no Restore Points anymore. No Backups either. Command Prompt still works. I did a scan and it said there is nothing wrong but there is. Should I get the full version of Windows Vista Install Disk and use the Repair option from there? You know where the disk has options like Install, Uninstall, Repair? I'm not talking about a Recovery Disk with the same F8 options as my laptop.

A:No Windows Vista Login Screen after System Restore goes into Blue Error Screen.

Originally Posted by staypuft


Hi everyone. I'm having trouble with my Acer laptop. This is what happened. I recieved an automatic update for IE9. I tryed it out, I did not like the new settings. I tryed to delete it, it said that I do not have permission to do that. So I did a system restore to go back to IE8 and it looked like it was doing it's thing. Then it went into Blue Error Screen. I turned my laptop off and then back on after a minute or so. Everything looked ok, all intros still comes on but "Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit (Full Version) Login Screen or Welcome Screen" does not load at all. Just stays with a blank screen and arrow. I tried using the F8 options on the laptop but they have done nothing so far. SafeMode does not work and apparently there are no Restore Points. No Backups either. Command Prompt still works. I did a scan and it said there is nothing wrong but there is. Should I get the full version of Windows Vista Install Disc and use the repair option from there? You know where it has options like Install, Uninstall, Repair? I'm not talking about a Recovery Disc with same F8 options.



Can someone please give me an explaination on how I can boot a disc from a DVD drive. I'm unable to login to Windows Vista, do I use the Command Prompts to boot a disc?

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I'm having a problem with my Dell Dimension 8300, running Windows XP. I have an 80g Maxtor HD as my main drive and a 500g WD secondary drive. When I attempt to boot, I get a blue screen with the message:A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.If this is he first time you've seen this Stop error screen, restart your computer. If this screen appears again, follow these steps:Check to be sure you have adequate disk space. If a driver is identified in the Stop message, disable the driver or check with the manufacturer for driver updates. Try changing video adapters.Check with your hardware vendorm for any BIOS updates. Disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing. If you need to use Safe Mode to remove or disable components, restart your computer, press F8 to select Advanced Startup Options, and then select Safe Mode.Technical Information:*** STOP: 0x0000007E (0xC0000005, 0xF74BB2B2, 0xF789E4AO, 0xF789E1AO)*** FLTMGR.SYS - Address F74BB2B2 base at F74A3000, DateStamp 480251daAs far as the info in the message, I see this screen with the same info everytime I rebooted.As far as disk space, my main drive is 80g aand I have about 20g of free space.I'm not sure if anything in the message refers to drivers. Not sure how to change video adapters when I can't get into Windows (Standard Mode or Safe Mode).Also not sure how to deal with any of the BIOS suggestions (or even know if it's a good idea to mess... Read more

A:Can't boot Windows XP (Standard or Safe Mode), Black Screen w/cursor then Blue Screen

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Hey guys I just fixed a CRAZY virus (I think its a virus) I had that changed my userinit.exe files and I fixed it by replacing these files using my friends userinit.exe files . Now I'm getting a blue screen with an error that reads:

STOP: 0x0000007E (0x0000005, 0xF7547756, 0xF78A242c, 0xF78A2128)

Also it says something about BIOS to either upgrade it or disable conflicting components.

About the "Virus/Trojan or something":

Just so you know:

1) I downloaded this file <http://isohunt.com/torrent_details/71813493/ip?tab=summary> (if anyone is brave enough to download it and see if their antivirus detects it because I don't have an antivirus so I still don't know the name for this... I guess its a virus or trojan) when I double clicked the file "iphider37se.exe 4.2 MB" it automatically installed a "Windowspcdefender" and started scanning. It looked like a really fake virus scanner so when I click X to close it I got a blue screen and was forced to restart my pc.

2) Then the problem was that windows would load to the Welcome screen and I clicked on my user account to log in (no password required)

3) Then my desktop would appear AS IF it was ready to load up but then it would automatically go back to the Welcome screen.

4) This happened even in Safe Mode so I had to put my drive as a slave drive on ANOTHER PC.

5) It took me HOURS to somehow figure out the userinit.exe files may have gotten corrupt or rewritten by this... Read more

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I get a blue screen error of "driverirql_not_less_equal" when my laptop monitor dims.

Specs:
OS: Windows 8 Professional (64 bit)
Intel i7 2640M
8 Gb Ram
1T HD

The attached screen capture is the location of my error.

A:Windows 8 blue screen error when laptop screen dims

This is probably either a BIOS problem, or a video driver problem. It's also possible you have a hardware fault, but try updating your BIOS and video card drivers.

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Good Morning,

For the past several months I have been having problems with my HP desktop computer. When my system reboots I sometimes get a black screen with nothing on it or it gets stuck on the windows logo or I get a blue screen with a bunch of writing.

The blue screen tends to happen with the computer goes into hibernation. So I changed my settings to that it doesn't happen but I would like to fix that so that I can give my computer a rest during the time that I'm not using it.

I have checked for malware, viruses you name it... nothing.


HP HPE-180t
Windows 7 SP1
Intel core i7 930 @2.80GHz
9.00 GB RAM
Kaspersky Internet Security 2013


If you need further info please let me know. ;)
ps I had wonderful support several years ago regarding my laptop.. thank you once again :)

A:Black screen, Blue Screen & Stuck on Windows logo

Hello Britt,


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I would like to fix that so that I can give my computer a rest during the time that I'm not using it.




The best way to do this is to simply turn it off; it will also save on the electricty bills too.
When I am not using my machine, I turn it off, because here in South Australia we have the second highest electricity charges in the world.


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I get a blue screen with a bunch of writing.




Can you tell us what the blue screen says; usually this is due to a recent hardware or software change; however, in your instance it might be the Hibernation feature that is malfunctioning.
Post back with the information about the blue screen, please.

Kind Regards,

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Specifications:

Intel Core 2 Duo 2.93 GHz
4GB DDR2 RAM
800GB WD HDD 7200rpm 64mb cache
Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit

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I never had any problem with my desktop and it NEVER got stuck or anything. I've searched and tested every solution I could find but none seems to work. When I power on the desktop, a black screen comes up just before the welcome screen for a really long time. Most of the time, it restarts after a blue screen comes up. When the desktop does appear, it again restarts when I press any button. It started to slow down a few days ago and got stuck quite often but now this. Basically, I can't do anything. System restore comes up with some error in safe mode and I do not have a backup or Windows CD. My hard disk is filled with a lot of delicate data and it also has like 300GB of videos and stuff. I really need your help guys?

A:Windows 7 Ultimate stuck at welcome screen & reboots with blue screen

If you can boot in safemode with networking, just follow these instructions
http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...tructions.html

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When I boot my computer up my computer is freezing up once in a while at the loading screen with the blue loading bar. The bar goes across about three times and the on the fourth time it stops and freezes and nothing happens after that. Once in awhile it will go to a blue error screen witht the following codes: 0x0000008E (0xC0000005, 0xF9787C09, 0xF9677FE8, 0x00000000). Someone please help.

Thank you.
 

A:Windows XP loading screen freezes and blue error screen

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