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Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by tectaal, Apr 7, 2010.

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  1. tectaal

    tectaal Thread Starter

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    hi i am knew to this site and it looks much better than the other forums i tried
    i experienced several blue screen stops this month three with the error message
    0x0000007f (0x00000008, 0x803d3130, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)
    i have a notebook hp (series pavilion dv 6000) with
    OS vista home premium sp2
    a bit before the upgrade to sp2 and after the sp2 installed the os is very unreliable crashing about eight times in a month. the graph showed eight "windows failures." some suspected the vpn server for internet but there was only one iexplorer crash and eight windows failures so that can be ruled out too.
    in previous posts on this issue:
    updating drivers failed to correct
    memory test were good despite the crash.
    all new software issues mentioned were ruled out at the time (and not relevant to my blue screen anyway)
    that thread expired in 2008 and invlved different computers with vista
    perhaps there is new info about
    0x0000007f (0x00000008, 0x803d3130, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)
    googling it got me to microsoft and microsft search had a blank page
    please advise;)
     
  2. Megabite

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    Howdy,

    If you have any Minidumps then post them...you will have to click on Go Advanced and then Manage attachments in your post on this site to post them

    You will find them at C:\WINDOWS\Minidump

    Compress them either Zip or Rar and post them
     
  3. tectaal

    tectaal Thread Starter

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    thanx
    i chose compress to email so i could transfer it but then saw its window mail outlook and i cant send from there cos i get pop3 server message.
    where on the page is go advanced? the only advance in the page are yours and the two i just typed and how can dmp files be read anyhow?:eek:
     
  4. tectaal

    tectaal Thread Starter

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    in this post i will attempt to paste the two minidumps from the date of the relevant error message in the faith someone can read a page full of "page" and mixed symbols and tab spaces.
    sorry for my weak faith but here goes
     
  5. tectaal

    tectaal Thread Starter

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    these instructions were clearer
    "go to C:\Windows\Minidump
    Copy the .dmp files in there and zip them up, attach the zip file in your next post using the "Go Advanced" button, then click the paper clip icon to attach the zip."
    next click close window then preview to see they are attached then send
     
  6. Megabite

    Megabite

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    Try this, if you have the Operating system disc put it in the CD drive.

    Go Start>>All Programs>>Accessories>>right click on Command Prompt choose Run as Administrator

    type in the command prompt window........sfc /scannow click Enter....there is a space between sfc and /
     
  7. tectaal

    tectaal Thread Starter

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    (n) hey what about the whole bother of zipping the report? noone can read it can they...(n)
     
  8. Megabite

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    Your Minidumps probably caused by : pacer.sys


    Try the suggestion in post #6
     
  9. tectaal

    tectaal Thread Starter

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    how do i remove attachments?
     
  10. tectaal

    tectaal Thread Starter

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    why do i need the os disc? sounds unstable.
     
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