Another BSOD

By haftware
Dec 11, 2006
  1. Stop Error:
    0x00000050 (0xF742745A, 0x00000000, 0x8080B9ED, 0x00000000)
    Hello Guys,
    I have been reading various threads on BSODs. My Desktop started self-rebooting last week. It would not complete the boot. I did not have a bootable Cd and though I tried to create one it did not work. So I borrowed a windows CD and rebooted it. I ran checkdsk and everything was OK for a day then it started again. In safe mode it lists a bunch of drivers and the recycles the boot.
    I then tried to boot with the windows cd and got the BSOD. If I boot from the hard drive it recycles without completing the boot. If I boot from the CD it gives me a BSOD. --- Incidentally a day later my laptop which had previously run for three years without ever a problem also gave me the same BSOD a day later. It restarted and has been running OK since.
    Any ideas?
  2. sebastian_11

    sebastian_11 TS Rookie Posts: 18

    Dump- A Nightmare

    Hey Dude post your dump files here and the tech gurus will help you in fighting to the crapy BSODs. BSODs are a result of driver crash or may a be page file error or an IRQ overlapping. Attach you dumps here to get the complete help. You will find you dumps in c:\windows\minidumps (replace c: with your windows root folder). Hope it should be helpfull to you.

    Sebastian Fernandez
    Wish to get better each day
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