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Windows 7: Blue screen 0x101 (.dll issue)

20 Feb 2014   #1

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Blue screen 0x101 (.dll issue)

I have been having a blue screen problem for several months now. It is strange how it happens. If I boot up my computer that has been off all night, when I start doing something CPU intensive, it will crash with a 0x101 error, but as soon as I reboot it (or if I just boot it, then reboot it before there is a chance of a blue screen) I get no more blue screens for the entire time it is on no matter how CPU intensive or for how long a program runs. I ran SFC scannow and found that my issue seems to be with wpdshext.dll, but it can't fix it because the source file is corrupt. I am not sure what this means or how I can fix it.
I am using a Windows 7 upgrade I have had for years that I can't find the disc for, which may be a problem.
Any idea how I can fix this?

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27 Feb 2014   #2

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Probably this is the thing which kept people away from this thread, at least it is the fact for me. Preassumptions makes the situation hard.
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I ran SFC scannow and found that my issue seems to be with wpdshext.dll, but it can't fix it because the source file is corrupt. I am not sure what this means or how I can fix it.
The uploaded zip does not contain any crash dump, but form the other data, we can see the BSODs are stop 0x9C, stop 0x101 and stop 0x124. All they are of the same line of error.

If you debug a stop 0x124, all will be included in its scope. So read and follow it: Stop 0x124 - what it means and what to try

After reading it, you can understand that it is the error from the part of the hardware. SFC is the system file checker, it checks the system files only; and nothing of that is included in the scope of your issue. So dont be worried much about it.

You dont have the OS disc, that is not a big deal. You have the activation code, that is what is necessary. Read the first point of Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7 .... you will have an idea about it.
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