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TORB

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Hi Good Peoples,

Hoping someone can throw some light onto this one please. My HP Laptop just had a Blue Screen of death.

I rebotted it and had a look at the Event Viewer and Log.

Here is a copy of the Mini Dump file it generated. It may as well be Greek to me; does anyone understand what all this stuff means please? History has shown that when these things happen it normally gets worse.:(

Here is the dump. (There is a whole of other other "crap" that looks like a mad person has been scribbling, but I have left that stuff out.

¸ ¸able sendEvents= 02>
<name>Uptime</name>
<dataType>ui4</dataType>
<defaultValue>0</defaultValue>
<allowedValueRange>
<minimum>0</minimum>
<maximum></maximum>
<step>1</step>
</allowedValueRange>
</stateVariable>
<stateVariable sendEvents="no">
<name>RSIPAvailable</name>
<dataType>boolean</dataType>
<defaultValue>0</defaultValue>
</stateVariable>
<stateVariable sendEvents="no">
<name>NATEnabled</name>
<dataType>boolean</dataType>
<defaultValue>1</defaultValue>
</stateVariable>
<stateVariable sendEvents="yes">
<name>X_Name</name>
<dataType>string</dataType>
</stateVariable>
<stateVariable sendEvents="no">
<name>LastConnectionError</name>
<dataType>string</dataType>
<defaultValue>ERROR_NONE</defaultValue>
<allowedValueList>
<allowedValue>ERROR_NONE</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_ISP_TIME_OUT</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_COMMAND_ABORTED</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_ NOT_ENABLED_FOR_INTERNET</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_BAD_PHONE_NUMBER</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_USER_DISCONNECT</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_ISP_DISCONNECT</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_IDLE_DISCONNECT</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_FORCED_DISCONNECT</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_SERVER_OUT_OF_RESOURCES</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_RESTRICTED_LOGON_HOURS</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_ACCOUNT_DISABLED</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_ACCOUNT_EXPIRED</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_PASSWORD_EXPIRED</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_AUTHENTICATION_FAILURE</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_NO_DIALTONE</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_NO_CARRIER</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_NO_ANSWER</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_LINE_BUSY</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_UNSUPPORTED_BITSPERSECOND</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_TOO_MANY_LINE_ERRORS</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_IP_CONFIGURATION</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>ERROR_UNKNOWN</allowedValue>
</allowedValueList>
</stateVariable>
<stateVariable sendEvents="yes">
<name>ExternalIPAddress</name>
<dataType>string</dataType>
</stateVariable>
<stateVariable sendEvents="no">
<name>RemoteHost</name>
<dataType>string</dataType>
</stateVariable>
<stateVariable sendEvents="no">
<name>ExternalPort</name>
<dataType>ui2</dataType>
</stateVariable>
<stateVariable sendEvents="no">
<name>InternalPort</name>
<dataType>ui2</dataType>
</stateVariable>
<stateVariable sendEvents="no">
<name>PortMappingProtocol</name>
<dataType>string</dataType>
<allowedValueList>
<allowedValue>TCP</allowedValue>
<allowedValue>UDP</allowedValue>
</allowedValueList>
</stateVariable>
<stateVariable sendEvents="no">
<name>InternalClient</name>
<dataType>string</dataType>
</stateVariable>
<stateVariable sendEvents="no">
<name>PortMappingDescription</name>
<dataType>string</dataType>
</stateVariable>
<stateVariable sendEvents="no">
<name>PortMappingEnabled</name>
<dataType>boolean</dataType>
</stateVariable>
<stateVariable sendEvents="no">
<name>PortMappingLeaseDuration</name>
<dataType>ui4</dataType>
</stateVariable>
<stateVariable sendEvents="yes">
<name>PortMappingNumberOfEntries</name>
 
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G'dat Torb, you could try this HDDRegenerator program http://www.dposoft.net/
If you download and make a bootable CD with it, it is very useful for discounting the hard drive as being involved. (free trial)
BSODs are commonly caused by a hard drive read/write error.
This program acts as an excellent scan tool and will identify if the drive has this kind of problem. It will not affect your files or current system.
Removing this possibility assists problem analysyis.
Cheers, qldit.
 
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The dump file is less than helpful, but the BSOD error screen would be of more use.

What error was displayed? (You have to write it down as it cannot be copied and pasted)
 
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It could be as simple as a bad driver as well.

have you tried uninstalling your graphic driver's and installing them in safe mode?

have you made any hardware changes before the problem?
 
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right,

it is bad news

you will have to format your laptop.

which means you will lose everything

and return it to factory settings with only windows installed
 
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Why do you say that lyle ? Ive had blue screen's with bad driver's before, why format it when you don't have to. Have also had them with bad ram too.
 
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yeah but if it's a hardware problem , then you will get the error again, like bad ram or hard drive.

formatting would be the last resort.
 
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come on you dont have to format everytime you get a bluescreen it could be a flunk thing to or a small driver issue update driver and fixes it or software they installed caused it dont format every time somthing goes wrong.
 
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lol i do usualy cause of all the overclocking cant ever make my mind up also if i want xp or 2003 installed.
 
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I try not to format unless windohs get really screwed up,....or I get a new mainboard or somthing, I find if you keep the system clean and defrag alot youll be ok.
 
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