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Windows 7: BSoD Windows 7 Ultimate

07 Jun 2010   #1
mimiron

Windows 7
 
 
BSoD Windows 7 Ultimate

Hey guys, today I have been experiencing a total computer freeze accompanied by computer restarts and then several BSoDs. Sometimes even, the booting itself, has failed.

I was then offered to make a startup launch repair, it froze at about 75%. Next time, I got a freeze again.

Now I was stuck, because the W7 did not want to launch, neither the launch repair was able to do something about it, then I proceeded with the image system-disk restoration, yet unsuccessfully.

I got several BSoDs. Each one was different.

One was saying BAD_POOL_HEADER 0x00000019, the second one was saying ACPI.sys 0x0000007E when I wanted to do the start up repair.

I really do not know what to do with it now, because I am stuck not-knowing if it is a hardware related issue, but I think so, because I had W7 installed, then reinstalled to XP 64bit and now back to W7 but it still persists, I hope I'll manage to upload my dump, but I am posting this in case my PC will crash again.

Edit: atm Im experiencing a 0x0000003b System Service Exception BsOD :/


Thank you for your help beforehand.


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07 Jun 2010   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mimiron View Post
Hey guys, today I have been experiencing a total computer freeze accompanied by computer restarts and then several BSoDs. Sometimes even, the booting itself, has failed.

I was then offered to make a startup launch repair, it froze at about 75%. Next time, I got a freeze again.

Now I was stuck, because the W7 did not want to launch, neither the launch repair was able to do something about it, then I proceeded with the image system-disk restoration, yet unsuccessfully.

I got several BSoDs. Each one was different.

One was saying BAD_POOL_HEADER 0x00000019, the second one was saying ACPI.sys 0x0000007E when I wanted to do the start up repair.

I really do not know what to do with it now, because I am stuck not-knowing if it is a hardware related issue, but I think so, because I had W7 installed, then reinstalled to XP 64bit and now back to W7 but it still persists, I hope I'll manage to upload my dump, but I am posting this in case my PC will crash again.

Thank you for your help beforehand.

Just in case use these instructions to find and upload them to us. https://www.sevenforums.com/crash-loc...d-problem.html

thanks

Ken
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07 Jun 2010   #3
Max Peck

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mimiron View Post
Hey guys, today I have been experiencing a total computer freeze accompanied by computer restarts and then several BSoDs. Sometimes even, the booting itself, has failed.

I was then offered to make a startup launch repair, it froze at about 75%. Next time, I got a freeze again.

Now I was stuck, because the W7 did not want to launch, neither the launch repair was able to do something about it, then I proceeded with the image system-disk restoration, yet unsuccessfully.

I got several BSoDs. Each one was different.

One was saying BAD_POOL_HEADER 0x00000019, the second one was saying ACPI.sys 0x0000007E when I wanted to do the start up repair.

I really do not know what to do with it now, because I am stuck not-knowing if it is a hardware related issue, but I think so, because I had W7 installed, then reinstalled to XP 64bit and now back to W7 but it still persists, I hope I'll manage to upload my dump, but I am posting this in case my PC will crash again.

Thank you for your help beforehand.
Win7-to-XP-to-Win7? Did you reformat and do a clean install between switching back-and-forth? My guess would be hardware, initially, but if you did this without a re-IPL of your system you might simply be in "DLL Hell".

-Max
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07 Jun 2010   #4
Jonathan_King

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

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