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By HyVe Mind ยท 4 replies
Apr 20, 2007
  1. Hi Guys!

    I got weird BSOD. It not always appear when i open application.
    So i try to reinstall my windows.

    I Have 2 OS (win 98 and XP)
    Installation of Win98 is very smooth, but at the middle installation of win XP i got BSOD. I forgot the error message. Then i try to restart and continue the installation but BSOD come again. I go to win 98, then try to check bad sector. But my HDD is very health. I defrag my HDD and continue the installation of win XP. Then everything goes right, no BSOD come again.

    Last night i got BSOD again. it say,
    then i go to save mode and try to disable my anti virus (Kaspersky)
    but i got different BSOD again, it say,
    Then i to save mode again, but i stuck on black screen.....
    try...try...and try... finally i can login to win XP

    i think its software problem, not hardware problem. Cause when i run win98 it perfectly run smoothly.......

    heres i attach my minidump, can someone help me out....

    Thanx before

    Attached Files:

  2. Mad Frankie

    Mad Frankie TS Rookie

    Have you tried using a different copy of XP for the install? I've had similar probs before and this fixed it.
  3. HyVe Mind

    HyVe Mind TS Rookie Topic Starter

    yup, i already try different copy of XP, but BSoD still appear........
    But i solve the problem. Folder guard XP that make BSoD in my system.
    After i use newer version of Folder Guard, my system run smoothly. :)
  4. Route44

    Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,979   +71

    Your first two dumps say you have corrupted memory. Faulty RAM will wreck havoc with a PC. Run Memtest86+ which takes time. So start it before you go to bed and when you get up you should have at least 10 Passes.

    The third dump pointed to klif.sys which is Kapersky driver. It seems people running XP SP2 and XP media Center have had issues with this driver. Check this link out. It is 2 years old but relevant to your issue:


    * First and foremost, though, your RAM needs to be tested.
  5. HyVe Mind

    HyVe Mind TS Rookie Topic Starter

    ok i'll try to run Memtest86+
    I tell you the result soon.

    About kaspersky, yeah you right, but after i use different windows insallation, the problem never appear again.

    Thanx for your help
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