Xcfe.sys BSOD

By deafninja
May 15, 2009
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  1. Got BSOD with xcfe.sys address 93606F02 base at 93605000 datestamp 4899d276.

    I am currently not able to get computer to post at all no other issues before hand

    7750 Kuma
    780g FullHD ASROCK
    4670 Radeon
    4GB (2X2GB) OCZ Ram
    Vista Ultimate
  2. fastco

    fastco Newcomer, in training Posts: 1,511

    No idea what that is. Is the CPU fan running and can you hear the hard drive spinning? Remove all peripherals inside the computer (if it's not a laptop) then put them in one at a time, turning off the computer before installing the next peripheral, then on again etc. If the computer works without one of the devices then you found the culprit. Do the same with the RAM if you have more than one module. Could be a number of things. Also test the power supply with a multimeter or power supply tester. Let us know?!
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