Faulty Driver Gives BSOD

By BSODBandit
Oct 11, 2009
  1. Hi guys.

    I am a graphic design/multimedia student, and after installing DVD Lab Pro
    my machine boots, blue screens, and reboots. Over and over.

    I can't get it to boot in Safe mode, and I've tried everything except removing the hard
    drive, installing it on anothe machine and deleting the offending file.

    This is the message I get from the blue screen:


    STOP: 0x0000000d1

    mv61xx.sys - Address FFFFFADF904C8FD5

    These are my specs:

    OS: Win XP Professional x64
    CPU: Intel Quad 2 Core
    MB: P5QL-EM
    Graphics: Gainward 1GB Nvidia 9500 GT
    RAM: 4GB
    Audio: Ritmo 7.1 Full Duplex card

    Any suggestions on how I can get into the OS? The only other PC I have available is my
    girlfriend's crappy machine which has all the power of a termite.

    If I have to boot my drive from her machine, whats the best way to go about it?

    Any special precautions?

    Any advice would be really appreciated because my final major assignment is due at the end of the week, and I need to get up and running again ASAP.


  2. Tmagic650

    Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244   +234

    Do you have a Windows install CD handy? If you do, boot from the CD and try an XP repair:
    XP Repair
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