How to Stop Reboot on BSOD?
When I set my Onboard SATA Ctrl Mode to AHCI (from IDE) I get a BSOD that I can't see because the system immediately reboots.
How can I get it to hold on the BSOD error?
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Been BSOD after upgrading from vista to windows 7. The BSOD is very random sometime the system runs fine and sometime it just BSOD alot. I am using a laptop and the model is: HP- DV5-1114AX
I was wondering if you could help me out. I am having frequent BSOD. I can't explain it. I thought it was Norton, but I uninstalled it and still get BSOD. I got my computer on Black Friday, but starting on January 2nd, I am getting tons of BSOD. Can anyone help me?
I recently had a problem with my graphics card, where my grapchics card driver stopped working and 'windows recovered from a graphic card failure'. I tried multiple things to fix it but nothing worked. Eventually I took it to a PC shop where the technician saw that my graphics card had something broken.
They installed the nvidia GT240. Though the shit still gives me BSOD's. Multiple different ones and sometimes my computer will just freeze with like a broken screen and a noise of like a continues beep. The BSOD's occur and random times. Sometimes every hour, sometimes in 5 mins after the last BSOD. If im lucky it lasts for maybe 24 hours without a reboot.
So is this 100% a software problem then or might i have faulty RAM or someother thing?
After deleting Windows XP, Vista and Ubuntu and reinstalling 7 (32bit) as a single OS I maybe resolved my problem with Sapphire HD 3650 not working on 7 but now, when I install Windows 7 drivers (weird, my agp card gets recognized with normal drivers) and reboot I get BSOD before entering the login screen of Win 7. Any help?
I have had a lot of BSOD with my newinstalled Windows 7. I started 1 week ago when i got random BSOD, i solved that. But when i tried to update BFBC2 i got BSOD, i solved that by update the drivers through windows (Dident work when i did it manually).
And now when im playing BFBC2 i get BSOD after 10 minutes, and it happends everytime. The messages of the BSOD's are not the same.
The latest one i got had "tcpip.sys".
This last week I have had a few occasions when returning to my laptop after a few hours. The system wakes ok but if I went to Thunderbirds and try anything it would stop responding and after a few minutes a BSOD would occur.
Something about page fault error but disappears to quick to read fully. After searching the net I discovered a report from someone who had tried sorts of things to prevent this...
I've been using Windows 7 for a couple weeks now at least with no problems at all, until now. All of a sudden, I get the BSOD on startup. It gets to the Progress bar or whatever you wanna call it screen in startup, then cuts to a BSOD and restarts. When I first restarted it, it wanted to run chkdsk and I let it, then it restart when it was done and that's when it started happening.
I have tried booting into safe mode, but that gives me the BSOD too. I also tried putting in my Win 7 DVD thinking maybe I could repair from it, but I got BSOD after it loaded the setup files.
I just installed my win7 yesterday and i went to install adobe Photoshop cs5 and my whole pc just lagged and all of a sudden a bsod after that i did't get any bsod but today i left my pc on and run a virus scan and when i came back my pc has had bsod cause it said " your pc has shut unexpectedly" or something along that. So i don't know why i am getting bsod screens i even went to my event viewer and i got 99 events and there most errors and a few critical, i have no idea what to do i have had problems with bsod before on my laptop. so any one have a way to fix this?? i can attach my minidump files to this thread and i attached a screen shot of my event viewer.
Recently installed windows 7 ultimate, is this 7600? rtm?Also
I get this annoying blue screen! whenever I watch 'FLASH' videos or whatever, certain websites will trigger this BSOD,
sometimes the bsod is because of my linksys usb wusb54g whatever & somtimes its because of something else.
I'm awaiting an update for this bsod fix, should I be expecting one anytime soon?
I installed Windows 7, it kinda hung on installing the creative sound blaster driver so I assumed it was an audio driver issue from the beginning. After a reboot my sound would always make snap crackle pop / static noises and what not. Totally maddening when you watch tons of stuff online / play games / listen to music.
Strange thing whenever I booted into safemode w/ networking my driver for the sound blaster card would always install first thing no problem. Still, tons of static and the like in the background. The main issue, any reboot would give me a bsod to no end unless I booted in safemode, then there was no issue. Disabled different sound cards until I found out it was the Realtek card. Then I checked out the control panel and there was a driver for realtek, sure enough if I uninstalled and rebooted without going into safemode I NEVER got a bsod. Happy days.
Then I thought I had fixed the static issue but so far I have not. I'm using a creative sound blaster audigy 2 zs card. I've installed the latest beta driver for it(when I thought I had fixed it) to no avail.