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BSOD 0x01

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Squirrelgun, Mar 20, 2008.

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  1. Squirrelgun

    Squirrelgun Thread Starter

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    As the title suggests, I'm occasionally getting a BSOD :p
    It seems to be random, sometimes happening right when windows xp is booting.
    If you guys can please help me by looking at these minidumps, i'd greatly appreciate it :)
     

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  2. Rollin' Rog

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  3. Squirrelgun

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    Awwwwww no! I like Nod32 :(
    Would updating the driver be any help?
    And thanks for the fast reply :)
     
  4. Squirrelgun

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    I just did a repair installing on Nod32 and restarted the comp.
    It BSODed on the windows chime :(
     
  5. Rollin' Rog

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    Try to do a clean install of it. Uninstall it and delete or rename any remaining folders before reinstalling. Be sure to look in your User Name > Applications Data folder (hidden directory) for any NOD folders there.

    But test first with it uninstalled to see if anything else breaks.
     
  6. Squirrelgun

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    I did a clean install! Everything was going well for a few hours.. but then..!! 0xD1 :(
    Heres the minidump.
    Oh and I'm interested in learning how to read these minidump files, can you please show me where to start? :)

    edit: Oh noes.. it happened again :(
     

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    1) Install microsoft debugging tools from http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/devtools/debugging/installx86.mspx
    2) Create folder c:\symbols
    3) Locate your latest memory.dmp file- %SystemRoot%\Minidump\Mini011005-01.dmp or whatever
    4) Open a CMD prompt and cd\program files\debugging tools for windows\
    5) Type the following :-

    Code:
    c:\program files\debugging tools>kd -z C:\Windows\Minidump\Mini011005-01.dmp
    kd> .logopen c:\debuglog.txt
    kd> .sympath srv*c:\symbols*http://msdl.microsoft.com/download/symbols
    kd> .reload;!analyze -v;r;kv;lmnt;.logclose;q


    You now have a debuglog.txt in c:\ open it in notepad and post the content to this thread
     
  8. Squirrelgun

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    Thanks Devil, will be right back with the results!

    Edit: Hmm I'm getting a "'c:\program' is not recognised as an internal or external command." Will fiddle around.
     
  9. Squirrelgun

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    Oh! Looks like something got spat out even though I got that error. Here it is.

    Edit: Woops! That was 'Debug.log' not Debuglog.txt lol. Will keep trying.

    Edit: Ok! Figured that you meant for me to copy the bold bit. Now a whole heap of mumbojumbo about the symbols (which I suspect I'm missing) has come up. Before I download the 190mb symbol pack though.. the last line in CMD window: "Probably caused by easdrv.sys (easdrv+1352)"
    Which.. is the answer I'm looking for right? :(
     
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  11. Squirrelgun

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    Ahhhh! Well, browsing the web without an AV was a pretty bad idea..
    I scored myself a tenga.gen virus lol.
    Time for a format I guess, hopefully this fixes all the problems :(
    (Posting from Safe Mode w/ Networking.)
     
  12. Rollin' Rog

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    If you have all critical security updates, even just the so-called "zero day" patches, mere web browsing should not get you infected.

    You would have to download something and install it, or permit an install from a web page.

    Once you do a reinstall --you will indeed have to reinstall all past updates.
     
  13. Squirrelgun

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    At this stage, I'm just trying to figure out what to do with my photos. I don't have another drive, so looks like it's mass DVD burning time :(
     
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    About what you said Rollin' Rog.. I think it may have spread across the LAN from my sisters computer, because I haven't downloaded anything since uninstalling NOD32.
    I've made her do a scan.
     
  15. Rollin' Rog

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    That can happen depending on what might have gotten to her comp.

    You will need to give it a thorough going over to be safe.

    DVDs are the best backup media in my opionion -- but a good USB drive will also do if it is not one that is in constant use.
     
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