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BSOD any time I shut down, no Internet connection

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By Chupadelpote
Sep 4, 2012
  1. Jay Pfoutz

    Jay Pfoutz Malware Helper Posts: 4,286   +49

    Good job.

    Please turn on driver verifier, so we can diagnose the BSOD further...

    To use driver verifier:
    - First make sure you can access Safe Mode (with Networking preferably), by tapping [F8] during startup. If verifier detects a problem, you may not be able to start in normal mode, so it is very important that you can access Safe Mode to disable it.
    - Go to Start and in the run/search bar type in verifier and press [Enter].
    - At the start of wizard, click Next.
    - Click Automatically select all drivers installed on this computer followed by Finish, and then restart the PC.

    If you receive any BSOD's during the course of using verifier, please upload the logs, as they will contain the results of any driver problems.

    To turn off driver verifier, simply go back to the verifier wizard again in Safe Mode, and select Delete existing settings.


    Tutorial: http://www.sevenforums.com/crash-lo...-driver-verifier-identify-issues-drivers.html
     
  2. Chupadelpote

    Chupadelpote TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 71

    I only got BSOD when shutting down the computer, so I'm not really sure if after restarting verifier is correctly enables. After restarting and messing up with the computer I've to force the BSOD restarting but I'm not getting a minidump with todays date.
     
  3. Chupadelpote

    Chupadelpote TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 71

    So, I need my computer working and today I've got some free time The problem is limited to what I said, I canĀ“t install SP1, BSOD when shutting down and no internet, but I can work with pretty resoruce hog programs like 3Dmax or after effects with no problem, in my limited knowledge that implies a software problem so I guess I'll just reinstall windows, and if it's a hardware problem it'll show again.

    I understand it has to be a pain in the *** to bear with people like me, I'm not complaining about your help and I'm really gratefull but this is going to be faster for both. Honestly, I'm not that eager to know whats happening inside my computer, I just want it to work. Sorry for all the lost time, thanks a lot for your help, if the problem doesn't come back we can close the thread with a scientific explanation of what happened to my computer like banana curse or planets alignment.
     
  4. Jay Pfoutz

    Jay Pfoutz Malware Helper Posts: 4,286   +49

    Have you already reinstalled, or do you need help on getting started with it?
     
  5. Jay Pfoutz

    Jay Pfoutz Malware Helper Posts: 4,286   +49

    Thread marked inactive. We'd like to continue to assist. Please make a return ASAP!
     


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