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BMelvin

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This has happened twice. I wake up in the morning and my computer has a blue screen with a stop error message:0x0000008E (0xc0000005,0x804FDEBC,0xB99306B4,0x00000000).

Would you please tell me what to do to fix this problem.

Thank you,

Bryan
 

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Howdy,

Can be for many reasons ...Hardware,memory etc...

Try and narrow it down by going to the EventViewer and look under System and Applications an look for a red X at about the time this may have happened.

Double click on the error and see what it says and if there is a blue hyperlink click on that for more info.

To get to EventViewer click Start>>Run type eventvwr.msc click OK

Let us know what you find.
 
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do a search for the past 24 hours activity, then sort by date. The last several items listed should hint at the faulty pprogram or activity.
start/search/all files and folders/(pull down the sidebar)when was it modified/specific dates (enter yesterday thru todays date

sort the results by date then investigate the last several items
 

BMelvin

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To Bonk and Knotbored:

After following your instructions and being directed to microsoft help and support it appears I may have a variant of the Hax virus. They give a resolution but it is so long and convoluted I don't think I can do it correctly since it involves the registry. Any suggestions?

I have Norton Antivirus and Internet protection but I guess it missed this one
 

BMelvin

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I ran a full system scan on my computer with Norton's Antivirus and it only found a tracking cookie. Therefore I guess the HaxDoor virus isn't the problem. Any other ideas?

Thank you.
 
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BMelvin said:
I ran a full system scan on my computer with Norton's Antivirus and it only found a tracking cookie. Therefore I guess the HaxDoor virus isn't the problem. Any other ideas?

Thank you.
Try a different virus scanner. There are free online ones. Try Panda.
 
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