0x0000007e stop error after installing Kodak EasyShare software

By jblaze0518
Mar 13, 2007
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  1. Hey guys, I have been trying to fix this problem for about three days now, and I am at the end of my rope. I was installing the Kodak EasyShare Software and when it was almost finished, my PC restarted. I disabled the automatic restart and received the BSOD with the above mentioned stop code. I have rolled back all of my drivers and reupdated them. I have installed new drivers for my chipsets on my motherboard. I can go into Safe Mode with networking with no problems. But as soon as I start Windows normally I get the BSOD. I don't see anything in my startup folders either. I have ran a HiJack this file and found nothing either. I have seen other people with this problem after the installation of this software, but I have not found a clear solution. Please help!!!! Thanks in advance
  2. Sjbrand99

    Sjbrand99 Banned Posts: 267

    Please attach 4-5 of your latest minidumps for analysis so that I can determine the problem.
    Cheers
  3. halo71

    halo71 Newcomer, in training Posts: 1,289

  4. jblaze0518

    jblaze0518 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Thanks guys for your quick responses, how exactly would I post my minidumps?
  5. Sjbrand99

    Sjbrand99 Banned Posts: 267

    Erm, Halo71, you cannot (should not) try to determine the cause of the BSOD before reding the dumps (which you probably can't) so that was very unnescssary.

    The BSOD, may come at the time of him fiddling with a few things, but in theory, it could be anything!
  6. jblaze0518

    jblaze0518 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Sjbrand99, how do I attach the mini dumps so that they are readable on here?
  7. Sjbrand99

    Sjbrand99 Banned Posts: 267

    c:\windows\minidump\

    last time I checked. (XP yer?)

    To attach, simply open the minidump files with Notepad, save them with dates in the title, then attach using "go advanced" on the post options below where you write.
  8. jblaze0518

    jblaze0518 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Well, I actually figured out a way to fix the problem. I started thinking about how the EasyShare software usually comes with a Kodak printer or camera. I thought that maybe it put some printer drivers on my system and (since I have an Epson printer) caused some driver conflicts with my printer thus causing a critical error. So, I disabled my printer in the Device Manager, and then unplugged it. I restarted and everything worked great. I then reinstalled my printer with the software disc that came with it, and now everything works wonderful. Thank you guys for trying to help. Evidentally, installing the EasySHare software can cause some issues with an already intalled printer. I went ahead and posted this because I never really found a solution to the problem. Thanks again.
  9. jblaze0518

    jblaze0518 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    I mean a solution to the problem by searching on the internet. Sorry, had to clarify what I was trying to say.
  10. halo71

    halo71 Newcomer, in training Posts: 1,289

    Erm, Sjbrand99, I was not trying to determine a thing! Just giving the poster some information that may or may not be helpful to them. So "your" comment was very unnescessary! And for you to assume that another member of this forum can't read a minidump or anything else for that matter does not reflect very high on your part! So IF you are the BSOD mini dump reading best tech in the world God, please let us know now and I will shut up!!!!!
  11. jblaze0518

    jblaze0518 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Well, I actually found a camera in my device manager that was not plugged up and found that to be the problem. When, I tried reenabling it in normal mode, I got the BSOD again. So, basically, the software added drivers for a camera that was not installed as well. So I just uninstalled the camera from device manager, and everything works fine.
  12. halo71

    halo71 Newcomer, in training Posts: 1,289

    hummm, wonder if reading a minidump would have told you that?!?

    jblaze, glad you got your problem worked out! :)
  13. Sjbrand99

    Sjbrand99 Banned Posts: 267

    Yes it would have halo71! Do you know anything? A minidump will tell the device sets, current and processing programs/software and links between thenm and thus tell me installed/ plugged in hardware and even the drivers it was running, so please research or even "think" before you come out with a claim like that again.

    I think your "work" is done here halo71, subsequently I am leaving.

    jblaze0518, glad to hear that you worked things out. Just PM me if you need any more help, after all, this thread is tapped.
     
  14. halo71

    halo71 Newcomer, in training Posts: 1,289

    Nope, I don't know anything!! Will you please teach me??? ;) IF you bothered at all to read anything I posted, you will see that I NEVER made any claims or alleged in any matter to tell the poster what his problem was. Seems like you got your underwear in a knot because I first offered the poster a link that may help him. I apologize if you think I stepped on your toes or something there! I was being sarcastic in my last post by the way. I will leave this post alone before a mod steps in.

    btw....stay in the red baby! I look so forward to learning more from you! :)
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