Many BSOD Namely 0x50, 0x24, just alot

By ShadeZeRO
Sep 20, 2005
  1. Hello techspot!

    I am new here, I kinda keep on running into you guys...

    we'll basically, Monday I got a virus, and I removed it (tho AV didn't pick it up). It was 3 files, i think one was tca.exe and mswinsck.exe I believe...also a dll file which i removed too..

    Comptuer seemed to run fine, then i played WoW for like 3 hours...then, the computer got a bit skippy. Boom BSOD!! It's the usual one for me Page_fault_in_nonpaged_area.

    Then, restart, computer just went ballistic! It got an Unmountable_boot_device BSOD...but somehow, I got past it (I think the HD was just too hot).

    now i got new BSOD win32k.sys - Address BF80E6F5 base at BF800000, Datestamp 422511a2

    STOP : 0x0000008E (0xc0000005, 0xBF80E6F5, 0XBAA3BAFC, 0X00000000

    And wait! There'ms more!!

    Explore.exe - Application Error
    The instruction 0x7c809784 referenced memory at 0x7fffffff. The memory could not be written

    OMG WOW!

    Aavmker4.sys I have alot of these gone, i removed AVAST to prevent the Aavmker4.sys BSOD.

    The win32k.sys is a bit less common now, but mainly pagefault, and 0x24, and just some random ones keep happening.

    I replaced ntfs.sys with a clean one. I can get into safemode fine, but it bsod's too after a while..with like 0x50 I believe.

    Any idea's...(also, some of the dumps dont...well dump)

    I will post the most recent 2 i have

    --also, I do have 2 sticks of ram (corsair xms ddr550 ram) both 512mb...I took out 1, and same thing happens, then i switched it with the one i took out...same thing happens...

    Not sure, what to make of that...

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  2. ShadeZeRO

    ShadeZeRO TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Just like to type an update:
    -1 HD broke...the SATA Seagate 120GB drive.
    Now im installing on my 250GB WD Drive. For some reason, ab
    out midway through computer keeps freezing. I dont get many BSOD anymore.. I just stops at files and doesn't go anymore. usually 29% or 52%...or just a bunch of them...freezes..hmm...
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