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Windows 7: BSOD in Windows 7 graphical interface, safe mode too

11 Feb 2013   #41

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I just want to add something odd I found googleing. A website called Naijafinder Best Online Business Ideas Forum had used my original post here + I believe you guy's responses, but with false answers linking to their own program or something. Very fishy. You should maybe asked the forum's admin to take action.

BSOD in Windows 7 graphical interface, safe mode too Hello! I am new to this forum(posting any way). I have read some earlier posts the last couple of days. I help a client with a computer that BSODs at the windows graphical interface right - this is the link to that one. I opened it, but open it at your own risk. Think there's something fishy...

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11 Feb 2013   #42
Microsoft MVP


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Computerhelper View Post
I managed to check "Hide all MS-services" in msconfig, but upon restart into "regular" safe mode(no command prompt), I got the bad_pool_header 0x19 stop. Before this I had replaced the iaStor.sys file(none of the other files that followed the package from intel(iaAHCI etc.).
You do realize that Hiding All MS services does nothing, correct? You then need to uncheck everything remaining there.

It's now two days we've been waiting to see if you can get a Clean Boot by unchecking everything in msconfig>Startup and msconfig>Services after hiding all MS Services - in Safe Mode if necessary.
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11 Feb 2013   #43

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I just wondered at one point.

The computer used to crash even attempting for a services /startup unchek; but it worked steadily upto the permission changing and replacing a file.
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