Hi guys, I need help on my Acer 4750G here. I've been lurking around the internet lately searching for this problem's solution. But no answer
Here's the story:
So this morning my I started my laptop, it kinds of frozen/lagged so I had to shut it down via holding the power button 'till the screen shuts off. In school (I'm still 13-14) I turned it on, the booting took an unusual time to start. Then BAM! Bluescreen flashed about 1/4 second
I tried to start it via safe mode, it stucks on the driver called "classpnp.sys". Seconds later, the same flashing bluescreen happened.
I've done these:
-System restore (It seems to do something, it gave me no result either)
-Memory Diagnostic Tool (It says no problem found, damn)
I've also done writing this line via recovery's command prompt: rename c:\windows\system32\drivers\classpnp.sys classpnp.old
And no result either...
I'm not sure if the troublemaker is the hardware or driver. I might want to get it to the manufacturer's shop, but it'll be costy...
Anyway here's the bluescreen code written by me, I'm using my sister's netbook so no copy-paste thingy: A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer
(I'll skip this part)
*** STOP: 0x000000ED (0x871F9A38, 0xC0000OB5, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)
I really need a quick answer, I'm gonna need my laptop for a presentation and I forgot to copy the data to my flash disk... any helps are appreciated!