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Windows 7: various BSOD...ARRRGH!

06 Mar 2011   #11
jpeeps

windows 7
 
 

will post new dump shortly................thanks again for your help!


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06 Mar 2011   #12
jpeeps

windows 7
 
 

went here and got this reg key to do the uninstall in safemode.
Tip: How to install and uninstall a program in Safe Mode - 4sysops

the dumfiles a are cooking and shoule be ready shortly
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06 Mar 2011   #13
jpeeps

windows 7
 
 

attached is the new dump file
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06 Mar 2011   #14
jpeeps

windows 7
 
 

I also went here to turn on the uninstall service in safemode
Tip: How to install and uninstall a program in Safe Mode - 4sysops
used a reg key
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06 Mar 2011   #15
jpeeps

windows 7
 
 

BUT the key didnt work.. o well
let me know what you think
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06 Mar 2011   #16
jpeeps

windows 7
 
 

installed safemsi and uninstalled logmein.
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06 Mar 2011   #17
jpeeps

windows 7
 
 

well..... OMG.. i used the safemsi to remove some of the last programs I had installed.. especially logmein(I will add later) There were some mysterious applications that were on my system.. I am now in the main system ... no BSOD !!!!!!!! I just set the start up programs and ready to restart....Im scared to do it :-) but that will be a true test


welll as I was typing this message...I got the dreaded BSOD AGAIN on the same computer I was working on.... I was on my desktop for about 5-10 minutes.. SHIT
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06 Mar 2011   #18
jpeeps

windows 7
 
 

well I would like to thank you for all your help.. here is a tip for everyone that is having a problem. YOU SHOULD BACK UP THE IMAGE OF YOUR C DRIVE USING THE WINDOWS 7 UTILITY.

I decided I could not wait any longer and basically used a image that I created (first time used) about 1 week ago.... THIS IS WHAT SAVED ME from doing a fresh install.

So in short back up regularly using the image.. then if you have a problem you can always go BACK to your image. Just remember it will format all the drives attached even though you select C, Z to restore, AND you have to remove the date from the name of the backup folder so windows will see it...

Thanks again for everyones help
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