So I got a new computer early last month and the 90 day warranty has not expired yet. I have an Hp Pavilion dv6 and it works beautifully...HOWEVER, for the first time in the history of owning a few laptops, I have encountered a BSOD at least 3 if not 4 times in the past few days. Perhaps its a Windows 7 thing...the HP Pavilion is my first laptop with Windows 7. At the third or fourth restart after going in safe mode then restarting, it no longer notified me of recovering from an unexpected shut down even though the problem was the same. When I went itno safe mode and doing a check on the systems, the security loader processor is the only thing that seemed to be of concern.
When its on the blue screen mode, it shows this: Stop: 0x0000007F ((I'm not sure what that means either)).
The code that shows up once i restart is: BCCode: 7f ((whats that mean?))
I have searched online to try and get info on issues with the security processor loader, but many of those were for windows Vista and/or had a different BCCode.
Can someone explain to me what this means? I have not asked the HP help site what the deal is because I know this is a problem with the system. I don't even know what the security processor loader IS. Since I like to learn about computers where I can, explanations would be appreciated. I downloaded the Windows SDK debugging tool. I have never used any debugging tools before so if this issue requires a debugging tool then I'm going to need step by step instructions to resolve this.
And my last question is: if this is a minor issue, should i just deal with it? I don't lose any raw data. It is certainly annoying that the BSOD pops up randomly though.
If anyone needs PC information, I can get it.
Minidump information is attached.
Thanks in advance,