Windows 7 Blue screen!!

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Airclocker, Feb 20, 2010.

  1. Airclocker

    Airclocker MDL Novice

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    I'm having trouble with my PC after activating windows 7 with Chew WGA v0.9. The PC restarts once every time I turn it on. I personally think that this is caused by the m/b chipset which i've been having trouble installing from the m/b CD. The machine has been permanently activated, any help will be very appreciated!
     
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  2. aisback

    aisback MDL Novice

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    uninstall the activator and use a different 1
     
  3. secr9tos

    secr9tos MDL Addicted

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    Post the blue-screen code so we can tell u what went wrong or even better the crash-dump.
     
  4. Airclocker

    Airclocker MDL Novice

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    Where can I find the crash dump? I'm currently running windows 7 RC 7100.
     
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  5. Airclocker

    Airclocker MDL Novice

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  6. LQQL

    LQQL MDL Addicted

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    Why the hell are so many people still using the RC?! Don't get it at all.

    How about upgrading to RTM? I mean, seriously; what's the point?
     
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  7. blackranger

    blackranger MDL Senior Member

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    Sure, why don't you download a RTM version from the mirrors suggested in HERE?

    Seems to be a little stupid using the previous version (RC)...:biggrin:
    Then just use any one loader to patch it~~
     
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  8. secr9tos

    secr9tos MDL Addicted

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    I took a look on the crash dump. Most or ur bsods were caused by the kernel itself ( ntkrnlpa.exe ) but also ndis.sys & netio.sys so try to update ur network drivers. If the problem still exists, uninstall Chew-Wga ( in case it patches kernel ) otherwise I would recommend a reinstall if "sfc /scannow" cannot resolve the problem
     
  9. Airclocker

    Airclocker MDL Novice

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    Uninstalling a Loader?

    How can i uninstall Chew WGA, since it's not in the Control Panel?
     
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  10. secr9tos

    secr9tos MDL Addicted

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    Open Chew-Wga there should be an "undo" button or something...
     
  11. sam3971

    sam3971 MDL Guru

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    Actually I do not think that Chew-Wga has an uninstaller, I do not know for sure but probably a clean install will fix it as it removes all cracks.
     
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  12. Airclocker

    Airclocker MDL Novice

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    I've decided to revert back to using Windows Vista. Thank you all for helping!
     
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  13. Airclocker

    Airclocker MDL Novice

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    #13 Airclocker, Mar 10, 2010
    Last edited: Mar 10, 2010
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  14. secr9tos

    secr9tos MDL Addicted

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    Well, the problem is that it's a very common bsod code:

    Bug Check Code: 0x1000008e = KERNEL_MODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
    Parameter 1: 0xc0000005 = STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION
    Parameter 2 - 4: more technical detail.

    It would be possible to debug the problem but it's not that easy over the internet..

    Microsoft recommends the following steps:

    If you are not equipped to debug this problem, you should use some basic troubleshooting techniques:

    • Make sure you have enough disk space.
    • If a driver is identified in the bug check message, disable the driver or check with the manufacturer for driver updates.
    • Try changing video adapters.
    • Check with your hardware vendor for any BIOS updates.
    • Disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing.
    Also, disable or remove any drivers or services that were recently added. If the error occurs during the startup sequence and the system partition is formatted with NTFS file system, you might be able to use Safe Mode to rename or delete the faulty driver. If the driver is used as part of the system startup process in Safe Mode, you have to start the computer by using the Recovery Console to access the file.

    Check the System Log inEvent Viewer for additional error messages that might help identify the device or driver that is causing bug check 0x1E. You can disable memory caching of the BIOS to try to resolve the error. You should also run hardware diagnostics, especially the memory scanner, that the system manufacturer supplies. For more information about these procedures, see the owner's manual for your computer.
     
  15. Rosco

    Rosco MDL Addicted

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    Seriously - your system bluescreens and you still have a beta version ??? (the RC is still beta despite being called RC and there must have been some issues for M$ to block upgrading)

    Upgrade to the RTM with a clean install, use a loader - if it still bluescreens you probably have a hardware problem

    Get rid of pre-release versions - if it isn't doing the 2 hourly shutdown thingy by now it must be so screwed up it will eventually simply crash taking all data on your drive (s ??) with it.
     
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  16. Airclocker

    Airclocker MDL Novice

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    I already have the latest bios updates from Biostar, Caching and Shadowing are disabled in the BIOS Options. I'll try to change the video adapter.
    Besides all the techniques you listed is there an application I can use to try an stop the blue screen?
     
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  17. Airclocker

    Airclocker MDL Novice

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    Hey Rosco, I did a clean install of the RTM version which still keeps on producing system bluescreens. I think I know the difference between RC and RTM so please stop criticizing me and help me find a solution!!
     
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  18. NoJuan999

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    Do you have an on-board Video controller and an Installed Video Card ???
    If so disable the on-board card in Bios setup.
    Also try running in safe mode and see if that works.
    If it does then you know it is probably video driver related.
    Updating (or even downgrading) video driver may correct the problem.

    If you have on-board video only then get the video driver from your motherboard manufacturers site and install it.
     
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  19. Airclocker

    Airclocker MDL Novice

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    I'm using an on-board video driver, I've just installed the WDDM Driver from the Optional Windows Updates. I'll let you know if it works ok after I make a couple of system restarts.
     
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  20. secr9tos

    secr9tos MDL Addicted

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    Since the crashdump does not give information about the fault module I can't recommend u any app. Sorry.