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Forum: BSOD Help and Support 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 38
Views: 10,485
Posted By Legacy
You know what I'd have to say about that, so I...

You know what I'd have to say about that, so I won't even say it to antagonize. So consider this, even on your own...you know what I mean? ;)

Taking things in another direction:

Did you update...
Forum: BSOD Help and Support 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 38
Views: 10,485
Posted By Legacy
I believe you so no worries. But did you...

I believe you so no worries.

But did you uninstall the antivirus yet, lol?

Do that and also, run a full system scan with Malwarebytes and also a good root-kit scanner.

Antivirus is the cause...
Forum: Graphic Cards 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 19
Views: 14,079
Posted By Legacy
Right ya. To rid of the error 43, he'll have to...

Right ya. To rid of the error 43, he'll have to follow my previous advice beforehand though. And if he want's latest AGP WDDM 1.1 drivers for video, he can see TorrentG's thread at the sticky links...
Forum: BSOD Help and Support 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 39
Views: 4,552
Posted By Legacy
There's nothing I like to hear more than machines...

There's nothing I like to hear more than machines being fixed to run well. Enjoy. :D
Forum: Installation & Setup 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 8
Views: 2,606
Posted By Legacy
Don't set AHCI. You will be much better off. AHCI...

Don't set AHCI. You will be much better off. AHCI causes problems for users under Win 7. The installation usb key is a perfect suggestion and way to go.
Forum: Graphic Cards 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 2,147
Views: 835,857
Posted By Legacy
First, extract the driver to C:\ATI Once...

First, extract the driver to C:\ATI

Once extraction is done, close the installer.

Then boot to safe mode. Open device manager. Right click the video card. Update driver software. Browse. Let me...
Forum: BSOD Help and Support 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 9
Views: 4,009
Posted By Legacy
Are you sure you updated ASACPI.sys? Check in the...

Are you sure you updated ASACPI.sys? Check in the driver folder:

C:\Windows\System32\drivers
Forum: BSOD Help and Support 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 1
Views: 962
Posted By Legacy
Hi. Because of the 0x3b error, uninstall...

Hi.

Because of the 0x3b error, uninstall your Symantec to test. Disabling will not help.

You'll be good, after.
Forum: BSOD Help and Support 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 38
Views: 10,485
Posted By Legacy
Or he had it turned off in sys cpanal. ...

Or he had it turned off in sys cpanal.

Ken[/QUOTE]

Right, but he'd have known he has done this already and would have said so most likely.
Forum: Graphic Cards 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 5
Views: 6,055
Posted By Legacy
Stop it! That's not an "idiot." That's more like...

Stop it! That's not an "idiot." That's more like good troubleshooting if you ask me. Nice and glad for ya! +rep for self help
Forum: BSOD Help and Support 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 38
Views: 10,485
Posted By Legacy
Buddy...stop with attitude please. Don't go by my...

Buddy...stop with attitude please. Don't go by my post count. There are facts you do not know.

I can tell you are using a version not from Microsoft by your issues. I am pointing this out to help...
Forum: BSOD Help and Support 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 39
Views: 4,552
Posted By Legacy
That would probably cause problems for...

That would probably cause problems for incompatible software from authors that didn't take this into consideration. Their software could be accessing all different ram locations causing problems with...
Forum: BSOD Help and Support 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 39
Views: 4,552
Posted By Legacy
I don't know about that Ventrilo client, so...

I don't know about that Ventrilo client, so that's a possibility.

I would also uninstall Adobe Acrobat as that's a really old version. Install their latest Adobe Reader 9.x or install FoxIt Reader...
Forum: Graphic Cards 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 10
Views: 3,019
Posted By Legacy
They might have Winflash to update from Windows....

They might have Winflash to update from Windows. If you use that, close all software not needed for Windows to run, first. This included 3rd party firewall and antivirus.

If not, you can make a...
Forum: BSOD Help and Support 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 39
Views: 4,552
Posted By Legacy
If you'd like, go to Windows uninstall or change...

If you'd like, go to Windows uninstall or change a program screen and post screenshots of that using the paperclip while typing a post. We may be able to pick out the software you installed that is...
Forum: Graphic Cards 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 10
Views: 3,019
Posted By Legacy
Ya, then the bios update will fix that for you,...

Ya, then the bios update will fix that for you, along with disabling things as I've said.
Forum: Graphic Cards 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 10
Views: 3,019
Posted By Legacy
It's easy but first try only updating your...

It's easy but first try only updating your chipset drivers. That may do the trick alone, although latest bios is always best.

The page I linked to should have instructions in the bios utilities...
Forum: Graphic Cards 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 349
Views: 258,234
Posted By Legacy
Go to Logitech's website and install the latest...

Go to Logitech's website and install the latest drivers.

Also good to do, install the latest chipset drivers for your motherboard.

And add system ram!!! :D

You can use safe mode + networking...
Forum: Graphic Cards 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 10
Views: 3,019
Posted By Legacy
Hey buddy. You need to update your chipset...

Hey buddy.

You need to update your chipset drivers and motherboard bios and you will be happy in Russia!

After updating bios, disable all unused ports like serial, parallel, floppy, com etc......
Forum: BSOD Help and Support 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 11
Views: 3,513
Posted By Legacy
Update these drivers: iteatapi iteatapi.sys...

Update these drivers:

iteatapi iteatapi.sys Wed May 14 02:18:14 2008
e1e6032 e1e6032.sys Tue Mar 24 14:16:11 2009
ASACPI ASACPI.sys Thu Aug 12 22:52:52 2004For the ASACPI one, visit your...
Forum: Graphic Cards 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 349
Views: 258,234
Posted By Legacy
You don't replace the .inf in your instance, but...

You don't replace the .inf in your instance, but rather edit the existing one by adding the line to it that I've shown.

I would try the first one you listed first. If for some reason that doesn't...
Forum: BSOD Help and Support 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 15
Views: 2,531
Posted By Legacy
Hi. Because of 0x3b error and memory...

Hi.

Because of 0x3b error and memory corruption, uninstall your antivirus to test. Disabling will not help. Then visit OCZ's website for the correct Vdimm and timings. Then adjust your bios to...
Forum: BSOD Help and Support 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 11
Views: 3,513
Posted By Legacy
Hello. Memory corruption is usually from...

Hello.

Memory corruption is usually from antivirus, so uninstall that to test. Disabling will have no effect.

Then you can follow this to post a crash dump if needed, after:
...
Forum: Graphic Cards 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 349
Views: 258,234
Posted By Legacy
You don't replace the .inf in your instance, but...

You don't replace the .inf in your instance, but rather edit the existing one by adding the line to it that I've shown.

I would try the first one you listed first. If for some reason that doesn't...
Forum: Graphic Cards 11 Dec 2009
Replies: 5
Views: 6,055
Posted By Legacy
Hi. Uninstall antivirus to test. Disabling...

Hi.

Uninstall antivirus to test. Disabling will have no effect.

If you downloaded or "found" your copy of Windows not from Microsoft themselves, this is very likely your issue as it is laced...
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