Blue Screen Of Death - Stop: 0x0000008E (0xc0000092, 0x1000195c, 0xaa661108, 0x00000000)

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  1. oiramed

    oiramed Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Blue Screen Of Death - Stop: 0x0000008E (0xc0000092, 0x1000195c, 0xaa661108, 0x00000000)


    my pc started rebooting and rebooting...when i remove/uninstalled the kaspersky AV...

    Sony Vaios VGC-RB30
    Proccessor: 2x Intel Pentium 4 CPU 3.00GHz
    Video Card: Intel 82915G Express Chipset Family
    Operating System: MS Windows XP Professional
    Memory: 504MB RAM
     
  2. kureshii

    kureshii Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    Wrong place, this is a tablet PC support and discussion forum, not for desktop PCs...
     
  3. lavenderpup

    lavenderpup T4220 Owner

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    That said, I get that problem on my Fujitsu T4220 =( albeit, the numbers may be different. Anyone else have that problem?
     
  4. SimsHsia

    SimsHsia "I will do science to it" Senior Member

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    Unless if we can read what exactly this tells us, all it shows is the affected memory address locations where the OS reported there's a fault (thus, the BSoD); that memory address could hold anything, Word, IE/FF, or in this case, Kaspersky AV (probably). Everyone's memory addresses (or random numbers with 0x000000 or something similar) will be different, because it is called random access memory for a reason. ;)

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    Hi lavenderpup (and oiramed if you revisit this topic),

    Could you check out the Event Viewer - mainly the Event Viewer logs software errors, but it also logs in hardware errors. OK, here's the steps:

    (oiramed, I suggest you boot into Safe Mode - press F8 BEFORE you see the Windows XP logo, then select the first option, to Boot into Safe Mode; then follow the steps below)

    1.) Start -> Run
    2) Type in the following: eventvwr.msc
    3.) The Event Viewer will pop up, I'd suggest going into the System log first, and look out for any red error icons ([​IMG]) and yellow warning icons ([​IMG]) that have occurred around the time you received your BSoD.
    4.) Double click those listings to find more information about it, be it software- or hardware-related.
    5.) Do the same for the Application log, to see if an application is also causing your system to BSoD.
     
  5. lavenderpup

    lavenderpup T4220 Owner

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    Hm.. well I do use Kaspersky.. o_O
    Although, the error only occurs when i'm using the computer at a secondary portrait or upside down or some odd combination.
     
  6. SimsHsia

    SimsHsia "I will do science to it" Senior Member

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    Hi lavenderpup,

    Did you check the Event Viewer for the possible problem reported that gives you this error? If so, did it identify any program or file that causes it?
     
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