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Windows 7: BSODs on Startup

25 Oct 2009   #1
TClarke91

Windows 7
 
 
BSODs on Startup

Hey!
I installed Windows 7 last night, and it was working really well for me until a few hours later. It would BSOD on me and I'd be forced to restart. Then whenever I tried to boot up 7 again, it'd BSOD before it even booted.. I even formatted my HDD, which let me restart the computer about 4 times before it failed (it was 2 before). I believe the problem started when I enabled both processors on my computer and restarted. When I reinstalled windows, the one processor was still the only one running and I still got the problem.
I think I managed to salvage the DMP files, so should I upload them? Would someone be able to help me?


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25 Oct 2009   #2
TClarke91

Windows 7
 
 

Ah crap. I didn't manage to save them.. I do have a picture of the blue screen which had an error code..
I believe I got:
0x00000000 (0xc0000001 0x00100498)
I'm doing another fresh install, so I'll probably be able to get another DMP file within the hour..
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25 Oct 2009   #3
DocBrown

Win7 Enterprise, Win7 x86 (Ult 7600), Win7 x64 Ult 7600, TechNet RTM on AMD x64 (2.8Ghz)
 
 

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25 Oct 2009   #4
TClarke91

Windows 7
 
 

Alright, to start, I got my ISO and Key from MSDNAA through my school.
I believe I'm using a SATA HDD, no overclocking of any sort (it's a notebook, lol).
Initially, it was a clean install but without formatting, and after the problem started I preformatted the hard drive before installing 7.
I have a SATA DVD drive, and I'm running whatever the final released version of the OS is.

Hopefully that's enough, let me know if I forgot anything! Thanks!

(P.S. I restarted four times and still no problems yet)
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25 Oct 2009   #5
TClarke91

Windows 7
 
 

Got another BSOD, but the startup repair let me back on the computer. Here's my dmp file if anyone can read it. Thanks!
Oh, and I installed Firefox and iTunes on my computer, that was it. I restarted about seven-eight times to try to replicate the BSOD and it didn't happen until I started installing programs..
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25 Oct 2009   #6
H2SO4

Win7x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TClarke91 View Post
Got another BSOD, but the startup repair let me back on the computer. Here's my dmp file if anyone can read it. Thanks!
Oh, and I installed Firefox and iTunes on my computer, that was it. I restarted about seven-eight times to try to replicate the BSOD and it didn't happen until I started installing programs..
The OS is crashing because the (critical) wininit.exe process has terminated unexpectedly with this error message:

Error code: (Win32) 0xe (14) - Not enough storage is available to complete this operation.

The type of "storage" being referenced is most likely paged or non-paged pool memory. This is one of those rare occasions when access to the full memory dump - as opposed to the minidump - may allow the underlying reasons for the crash to be quickly determined. The file is called memory.dmp and by default it lives in the \Windows folder after a crash. If you zip it up tightly, upload it to *************** or somewhere similar, and paste the link here, it may be possible to tell you exactly what's going wrong.
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25 Oct 2009   #7
TClarke91

Windows 7
 
 

Ah great. Sounds scary. I just wanted to note that I'm able to reboot whenever I want, but I often get a BSOD and get sent back to the system repair and I'm told to do a system restore. It always happens when I install new programs.
Here's the file:
http://***************/files/297591164/MEMORY.rar.html

Hopefully it explains something.. Thanks.
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25 Oct 2009   #8
TClarke91

Windows 7
 
 

Bump
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25 Oct 2009   #9
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TClarke91 View Post
Hey!
I installed Windows 7 last night, and it was working really well for me until a few hours later. It would BSOD on me and I'd be forced to restart. Then whenever I tried to boot up 7 again, it'd BSOD before it even booted.. I even formatted my HDD, which let me restart the computer about 4 times before it failed (it was 2 before). I believe the problem started when I enabled both processors on my computer and restarted. When I reinstalled windows, the one processor was still the only one running and I still got the problem.
I think I managed to salvage the DMP files, so should I upload them? Would someone be able to help me?
Hey and welcome

Sure zip the dump files and upload them for us to debug

Let us know if you need help with it

Ken
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25 Oct 2009   #10
TClarke91

Windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TClarke91 View Post
Hey!
I installed Windows 7 last night, and it was working really well for me until a few hours later. It would BSOD on me and I'd be forced to restart. Then whenever I tried to boot up 7 again, it'd BSOD before it even booted.. I even formatted my HDD, which let me restart the computer about 4 times before it failed (it was 2 before). I believe the problem started when I enabled both processors on my computer and restarted. When I reinstalled windows, the one processor was still the only one running and I still got the problem.
I think I managed to salvage the DMP files, so should I upload them? Would someone be able to help me?
Hey and welcome

Sure zip the dump files and upload them for us to debug

Let us know if you need help with it

Ken

I did, it's in the rapidshare link in the post before my bump.
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