|15 Aug 2012||#1|
BSOD happening after virus, having trouble booting into safe mode.
Recently, while I was browsing the web awhile ago, my computer had randomly begun to shutdown. I hadn't done anything to trigger this, so I simply rebooted my computer, and headed to Symantec to run a quick scan on my system. Without a doubt, multiple Trojans were detected. I removed them, and then went to access "Adobe Soundbooth CS4," and waited for it to load. After a short amount of time, it caused my computer to blue screen. I had a STOP code of 0x00000050 (and others that pointed to something similar,) so after doing some research, I came to a conclusion that there is most likely a faulty driver hidden somewhere within my computer. Unfortunately, I have not been able to detect a faulty driver. I've used device manager, and found no signals of anything unusual. I tried using verifier.exe and didn't find anything. I'm really at a loss here, and I just can't do this on my own.
My current computer issues since my virus go like this:
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|17 Aug 2012||#4|
hpdskflt.sys If you want to go by hunches, this is probably the culprit.
ntkrnlmp.exe It cant be this one.
The last one said
Probably caused by : memory_corruption
The most likely driver hpdskflt.sys
Productname:Hewlett-Packard Corporation Mobile Data Protection System Description:HP Disk Filter Company:Hewlett-Packard Corporation
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