I have many bsods. I don't know what to do. Please help. I've attached 3 mini dump files.
These are just Windows System Files and don't tell us a whole lot about your XP SP3 system
Start by confirming all drivers are up to date: http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic117607.html
Possibly uninstall any 3rd party firewall like ZoneAlarm
I wonder which Antivirus you have? ie It could be AVG or Norton or McAfee issue (these all would require removal tools by the way)
And lastly you could try Memtest to confirm your Ram is ok
I use AVG.
Well try this (seeming I would)
Then run the AVG Remover Tool: http://www.avg.com/filedir/util/support/avgremover_en.exe
Download and install Free Avira (of which I use) : http://www.free-av.com/
And do a full updated Antivirus scan (may as well remove the Viruses on your system
Then let me know the results
I performed a virus scan with Avira and it found some viruses. Some files could not be scanned.
Here's the report
Yep that's all good news, the other one (that could not be opened) was not reported as a detection.
So did you want to go back to AVG, or are you happy to continue with Avira :rolleyes: (and as I always add in: of which I use)
Anyway, back to the issue are you still getting BSoDs ? Because I'd say chances are slim to none
Too soon to say. I have to use it a bit longer, then I'll decide.
About the BSODs, just 1 crash lately.
Just another Windows system file
Due to the amount of Virus infections found, you would be best to go through this guide: UPDATED 8-step Viruses/Spyware/Malware Preliminary Removal Instructions
But if you want the logs checked you will need to create a new topic in the Virus and Malware Removal forum
Great. Thank you for your help.