|03 May 2013||#1|
Galaxy S3 Tethering crashed PC
So, just recently got a new phone (Samsung Galaxy S3). I'm going through all the basics, which eventually leads to plugging it in and sending things back and fourth from my computer.
I plug it in and it asks me if I want to install some or other Verizon software so that my phone could interact with my computer more easily. I accept it and half way during the installation my computer just completely blue-screens. I try once more to install the software after a restart, to no prevail; another crash.
At that point I did a bit of research and (although nobody else had my problem) the software wasn't 100% necessary to connecting the phone to the computer. I follow the directions: Went to settings, found tethering "Share your device's data via USB." Its supposed to make the phone basically just a USB stick and you can access the data that way. I plug my phone in once again, click the tether button, and blue screen. Tried once more: this is when the picture was taken.
Anybody have any ideas on whats causing my computer to act this way?
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|03 May 2013||#2|
Your stop error: BSOD Index | STOP 0x00000035: NO_MORE_IRP_STACK_LOCATIONS Points to a device driver then memory.
Can you check to see if any of the verizon software was installed on your machine? It might be causing this.
Tried a restore point to before your first attempt then checking if 7 can see it okay?
Tried running a sfc /scannow, then checking?
Tried "Last Known Good Configuration", then checking if phone works?
According to my wife's galaxy nexus manual (verizon), If you're using 7 you don't need verizon's software.
Here are two passages:
Connect to a Windows computer via USB
Share your phone's data connection via USB
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