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Windows 7: Multiple BSOD, error 0x000000E1

07 Dec 2012   #11

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jcewing2001 View Post
I'm working on the disk check today. Do you need any reports from that?
Yes.

Did you experience any BSOD-s so far?

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07 Dec 2012   #12

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Great! _ CheckSUR found (I think) a number of the files that were missing (and a few more, as you may have noticed!)
Please run another SFC and post the new CBS.log file.
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07 Dec 2012   #13

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My last BSOD was yesterday afternoon! Which is pretty good considering I was getting several a day. I still need to clean up my start up, and I am rerunning the SFC, and will post as soon as its done. I have run disk checks on D:, C:, and E:, no problems were found. I am not sure how to find and upload those reports though. If there is a tutorial you could point me to that would be great, and I will get them posted.
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07 Dec 2012   #14

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Ok here is the new SFC, I thought it looked promising! Hope I am right!
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07 Dec 2012   #15

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OK, so I found this but it only the C: check disk. I couldn't find anything on the other two, and really I am not even sure if this is what you need.
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07 Dec 2012   #16

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The SFC looks fine now - the CHKDSK log isn't surprising given the crash history.
I can hand you back to the crash specialists now
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07 Dec 2012   #17

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OK, so still no BSOD's. This is very exciting! I have a question though. Do you think it was most likely the viruses that caused my issues, or a combination of things? I ask because a friend of mine has had some similar issues and she had brought her laptop over and used it on my network and I wasn't sure if she could become infected just by using my network? I really appreciate all of your help with this, I wasn't sure if I was capable of fixing this on my own and was about to take it to someone to fix. I am sure you two have saved me a ton of money! And as I am in nursing school, I am forever grateful. My life is on this computer and I cannot afford a permanent crash!
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07 Dec 2012   #18

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There's an awful lot of if's involved in cross-network infections - the most obvious being the state of each computer's firewall. Back in the bad old days (pre XP SP2) the Windows Firewall wasn't switched on by default (if it was even present), and you could see a domino effect sweep around a network in minutes.
Since then, it tends to be only machines which are already compromised (or where the user has misguidedly switched off all firewalls, which amounts to being compromised) which are susceptible - but some of the more advanced viruses can attack on a network with disastrous results.
No known-infected machine should be attached to a network at the same time as 'good' ones, just in case.
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14 Dec 2012   #19

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