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Windows 7: Crash krnl with unability to start safe mode at times

25 Feb 2011   #1

Windows 7 home prof x64
Crash krnl with unability to start safe mode at times


I have tried a lot of things i figured that the main problem was my network drive but i deinstalled it worked for a bit and then returned. n my computer doesnt blue screen it freezes right at the welcome screen. i had it working once or twice but it keeps returning. i use bitdefender as my antivirus so there shouldnt be a problem.

i added the last dump files

Thanks in advance for any troubles to be taken

update i just hard the pc running but as soon as i inserted the network cable it bluescreened and crashed and now its doing the same halfstartup and then bluescreen crash cycle again

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25 Feb 2011   #2

Windows 7 home prof x64

new update

i have it running oin safe mode now but with the network cable unplugged
will try to install new version of the network adapter

wish me luck
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25 Feb 2011   #3

Windows 7 home prof x64

installed the new driver version again and it didnt work

deinstalled deamon tools, thought i had it working again and it ran even with network acces for about 4 minutes when the whole thing crashed again and wont start up correctly...
i am really running out of ideas here
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