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STOP: 0x00000050 BSOD

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by c0nfUsi0n, Dec 27, 2010.

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  1. c0nfUsi0n

    c0nfUsi0n Thread Starter

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    Hey guys I'm getting this bsod when I start my computer up. Like it goes through all the windows loading processes and right after I click on my user icon to login it gives me this message. This first started towards the end of august but I never bothered to fix it then because I was leaving for school in a couple days. trying to log in to safe mode doesn't work, however it does work when I load up in directory services restore mode (windows domain controllers only). No other mode seems to work. When I load up safe mode it doesn't give me a bsod but it gives me an error but it automatically restarts so I don't know what the error message says. I've tried a system restore to pretty much all my restore points but for some reason system restore wont work. I've read around and I had originally thought that both my sticks of RAM (2gigs each) were bad. I had tried booting with each one of them in different slots, basically every combination and there's no difference. However, I was able to use different sticks of ram from my parents computer (which is 5 or 6 months old) and I was able to get my computer to work when I used a 1gig stick of ram. When I used any configuration of ram that gave me 2 or more gigs of ram it gives me the bsod which is strange. Any help would be much appreciated.

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    STOP: 0x00000050 (0x8BA9A7E8, 0X00000008, 0x8BA9A7E8, 0x00000000)
     
  2. Saga Lout

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    These are classic signs of a Rootkit infection and although I deal with them daily, I 'm not allowed to advise you on this.

    Click to Report your own post and ask a Moderator to move the thread to the Security section where, with luck after a few days, a specialist adviser will tell you what to do next.
     
  3. c0nfUsi0n

    c0nfUsi0n Thread Starter

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    I guess that would make sense because if I recall correctly, the bsod first occurred soon after I finished downloading a torrent
     
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