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Windows 7: BSOD

22 Jun 2010   #11
nat

Win 7 64-bit
 
 

actually, i cannot find 000.fcl in my hard disk.
thank you so much!! i owe you big time.

follow up question, can a JMB38x driver(win7) work on a JMB38x host controller(vista)? The orig OS is Vista. So, i'm guessing the installed controller is vista. When the OS is changed to win7, does it follow that the driver should also be win7?


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22 Jun 2010   #12
ttran

Microsoft Window 7 Professional 32 bit
 
 

Yes, you can run using compatibility mode for vista (right click-->property-->choose compatibility mode)
I think it would work fine for window 7 if it work for vista, but remember to choose the newest version one ok?
The most important thing is that you have not experienced any more BSODs

Best,
Tuan
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23 Jun 2010   #13
nat

Win 7 64-bit
 
 

Hi tuan, finished all drivers update & memory test. It's a huge relief that the memory test didn't spit out any errors. I just hope i won't be seeing blue screen ever.

In my online search for the problems i'd encountered, it's always been suggested to have a clean registry to keep the pc in tip-top shape. Does it lessen, if not eliminate, the probability of future pc problem?

I tried running some of those appln. All detected problems, though the number varies. It's a pro-active solution to prevent future headache(s). I only tried the scanning portion since don't wanna mess up the registry. What's your take on this? (Wise Registry Cleaner/Advanced System Care/Registry Booster?)
btw, thanks a lot !!!
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24 Jun 2010   #14
ttran

Microsoft Window 7 Professional 32 bit
 
 

You are very welcome
Hum..I'm not sure about what to suggest you at this point..However I have seen some PC doctor tool mess up users' computer (me).
In my opinion, you are good doctor for your own machine, don't mess it up, then it's gonna be fine.
Wish you no longer see BSODs again eventhough me as well as other members in BSODs team really like to help
~Tuan
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01 Jul 2010   #15
nat

Win 7 64-bit
 
 

BSOD again!! (after a week)

Prior to BSOD, my laptop had been experiencing a display problem. When it is opened, the display had some sort of minor signal disruption, only for a few seconds.

Yesterday, it's a totally different scenario. The display screen was unstable (it's like an eye that keeps on winking/blinking every 3 seconds). It lasted for about 1-1/2 hr. I sought out the help of HP support. I was instructed to 1) un-install my display driver(win7), 2) update the BIOS & 3) install a new display driver(win vista). After carrying out the updates, the screen is back to normal.

While Avira anti-vir system scan is running, I watched some video(jwplayer) online when the screen blank out (goes black). The system is not responding/sort of hangs. After a minute or two, it just restarted. Then, it displays that a dump file was created(i realized it's another form of BSOD).

Question: When orig OS is win vista, (my guess) HW installed is primarily for vista. If OS is changed to Win 7, drivers for the different devices installed should still be Win Vista? or Win 7?

attached is the dump file.
Attachment 82537

thanks for any assistance and help you can extend.
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02 Jul 2010   #16
ttran

Microsoft Window 7 Professional 32 bit
 
 

Yep, 116 stop error code again, problem related to graphic card.
Please read again carefull this article my friend
[2-Int] STOP 0x116: VIDEO_TDR_ERROR troubleshooting
Make sure to follow the advise fully (Furmak video stress test etc...),

For your question, some devices, Vista drivers are only option and you have to run as compatibility mode

Regard,

Tuan
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