I've had a nightmare today with the computer. Everything was working fine again yesterday after my repair install of Windows 7. I had everything cleaned, checked, defragged etc and it seemed that all was well again. The only fault I have been having was a USB Not Recognised Driver
error but I disabled the problem port as nothing was plugged into it. I have also updated most of my drivers
today and all looked fine.
However, I then went to reinstall iTunes - I first removed every instance of iTunes (as advised before repairing Windows) using Revo Uninstaller Pro. Once everything was up and running again I then installed iTunes again. It installed ok then I went to open it and nothing happened. It appeared in my Task Manager Processes list but just didn't open the program. I then decided to try to restart the computer to see if that fixed things...and I got a new BSOD:
Stop: 1*0000000000000050 (0*FFFFF88000800048, 0*0000000000000001, 0*FFFFF800KCF0600, 0*0000000000000000)
I tried to restart (both with repair and in safe mode but it kept going back to the BSOD). Eventually it created another BSOD:
MEMORY_MANAGER - I didn't get a chance to note down the fault numbers here.
EVENTUALLY it let me back into Safe Mode and then following that normal Windows again although the Event Viewer is littered with errors including Cryptographic ones and NTFS corrupt file errors.
I've attached my dump files and reports as before - I guess I really need some help now guys (or Wish) if you're still there.
Is it iTunes? Does it look like a hardware issue (i.e. something I can go get checked over the weekend by an IT guy) or does it look software related (i.e. can I just do a full clean install of Windows to fix the problem)?
Bit concerned as I couldn't access anything for a while today and reluctant to turn off the machine in case I can't start it again! Any advice, as always is appreciated!
Many thanks - please also advise if I should make a new post on this?