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Windows 7: BSOD Error 0x50 After New Windows Update

02 Sep 2014   #31

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bleuscreen View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by lvt08 View Post
I think the problem might be something else... For me, everything worked out fine. I didn't need to rename the FNTCACHE.DAT file. I think my problem was updating 12 updates at the same time, which might have caused my computer to Blue Screen.

Have you tried restoring back to a point before all of the Windows Update?
After many painful hours i managed to restore it at a point before the update. I didn't work the first time i tried it, but in my desperation I tried it one more time and it worked. Nothing has ever felt so good

I have now updated with every single update and no more bluescreen. might have been to many updates at the same time.
Well glad it all worked out for you! It's always such a rewarding feeling to fix these sort of problems. Hopefully it doesn't happen again!

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02 Sep 2014   #32

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bseales View Post
Glad that restore worked for you as I am reading elsewhere that restore is failing for many people. They have no restore points to revert back to for some reason. It appears that this issue manifests itself in many different ways on different systems. Regards
The same thing happened to me as well. I tried to restore my computer back to a previous restore point before the new Windows Update, and it had failed. But somehow it worked out for me. I think you just have to be presistant with trying to go back to a previous restore point or trying to use a work-around/fix that is suggested with a Blue Screen.
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