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Solved: win32k.sys (0x0000050)

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by dlopie, Jan 20, 2013.

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  1. dlopie

    dlopie Thread Starter

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    For not so long ago, (4 days) after a windows update, my computer started to give BSOD messages (Blue screen of death) I suspected it was the graphic card, so i uninstalled the graphic card. No success, later on i suspected my memory, still no success. I googled the issue and found a solution saying
    This made me abled to access the computer without being in safe mode (The BSOD didnt appear in Safe mode). Now this BSOD is gone, but my internet card
    didnt work anymore. When i access the "Network and sharecenter " it says "It did not work to start the proccess or group", (something similar, translating from swedish) I uninstalled the drivers for the internet card, shut down the pc, downloaded drivers and putted them on a flash drive.
    I started my pc and installed the drivers from the flash drive, but no success, same problem..
    Please help!

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    For futher details, request and i will try to provide them to you!
    Thanks in advance.

    -Dlopie
    A guy with HIV infected computers
     
  2. dlopie

    dlopie Thread Starter

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    UPDATE:

    About the win32k.sys 0x000050, thats what the BSOD said in crashes.
     
  3. rainforest123

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    d :

    Start > RIGHT click "computer"
    Left click "properties"
    Upper left, left click "advanced system settings"
    On the "advanced" tab, "startup & recovery section", left click "settings" button.
    Have checks for "write an event" and "auto re-start" in place.
    Select "small memory dump"
    Uncheck the "over write" box
    Left check "ok"

    Mini dumps are stored, by default at c:\windows\minidumps

    Create, on your desktop, TGF_minidumps
    Copy the most recent 3 to that folder
    RIGHT click
    Start > RIGHT click "computer"
    Left click "properties"
    Upper left, left click "advanced system settings"
    On the "advanced" tab, "startup & recovery section", left click "settings" button.
    Have checks for "write an event" and "auto re-start" in place.
    Select "small memory dump"
    Uncheck the "over write" box
    Left check "ok"
    Left click "send to"
    Left click "compressed [ zipped ] folder "
    Return here
    Left click "go advanced"
    Type something in the text area
    left click "manage attachments
    Left click "browse"
    Browse to C:user\<user-name>\desktop
    Select TGF_minidumps
    Left click upload file
    Left click "close window" after the file has been uploaded
    Left click "submit reply"

    We'll analyze the information for you.

    RF123
     
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    dlopie Thread Starter

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    There ya go.

    Those BSOD occured after every program in the startup finished instiliazing (or how it spells.. xD)
    But as i mentione, the BSOD's is over, but my IE stoped to work and some windows functions stopped totaly. Even tho MSCONFIG is setted on starting up everything by default. (Not only windows compinents)

    For the attachment, i moved the most three recent dumps to the folder and used the flash drive to move them all to this pc.
     

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    dlopie Thread Starter

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    Update: If the solution anywho could be solved by reinstalling win7, it is fine.
    I was about to do it, but i think its pointless if those windows services and my internet card still wont work if i do that.

    (i have all required drivers at a flash drive, so nothing about that)
     
  7. dlopie

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    Update 2: Iam reinstalling windows now and hope that everything gets okay in it.
    And that it wasnt my ie card.

    I'll mark this solved if everything goes well.
    I rly hope i didnt do anything damn stupid here
     
  8. dlopie

    dlopie Thread Starter

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    Solution solved, seemt to be something with windows who ****ed up.
    I will stay damn defensive from now.
    Thanks.
     
  9. rainforest123

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    Congratulations!

    RF123

    unsubscribed
     
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