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Windows 7: BSOD with normal activity, error 800B0100 with updating.

15 Jun 2012   #1

windows 7 32-bit
 
 
BSOD with normal activity, error 800B0100 with updating.

Hello all and thank you for looking at my post. So i just updated some hardware in my rig. Got a new Motherboard, processor, RAM, HDD, and optical drive. Was able to install and fit everything and get windows 7-64bit running. I then started encountering BSOD. This was while i was downloading drivers, (legit) games, and freeware. I started thinking maybe once i get all the drivers updated, this will stop happening. I'm pretty much done downloading all the drivers and updates except for 2 security windows updates. Keeps giving me the error 800b0100. I already ran the system update readiness tool, but still gives me those errors. I then followed what was said in this post Windows 7 Starter SP1 Error 800B0100 and i still get that error. What else can i do to get these updates, and hopefully stop these BSOD?




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