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askey127 replied Dec 13, 2016 at 7:12 PM Cool stuff on YouTube #2 poochee replied Dec 13, 2016 at 7:07 PM Loading... mark thank you so much! Are you using Windows Vista 64-bit? Kamran Evan..Cant thank you enough… your 1st Method worked for my computer.. check over here
Evan Wondrasek Glad we could be of help! I passed your info on to a friend and it saved him a ton of time and headache. Matan I have important question - if I'll install the SP 2 for Vista - this annoying update will be there too? So in future if you plan to install the service pack 2 or any service packs, please do the follow before you install the service packs. * Disable Antivirus / Firewalls http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_other-update/vista-blue-screen-issues-and-vista-sp2-upgrade/e4987701-14fc-4769-9410-1db06616a90a
This Indian lady calling her self PAM saying that its my memory card and, because its a third party product i have to pay her.. Barb After purchasing the DV6-1245 a week ago, I freaked out when I found the blue screen yesterday after booting the laptop. In regards to your Norton problem, check if you still have any receipt or proof of purchase of your subscription. Reply 0 Re: Blue Screen after Windows Vista SP2 installed on my TouchSmart IQ770 12-16-2009 12:08 PM All, I ran across this thread after having the exact same problem (constant BSOD
Attached Files: Minidump.zip File size: 216.3 KB Views: 32 snailshell, Aug 26, 2009 #4 snailshell Thread Starter Joined: May 20, 2006 Messages: 31 I ran a memory check, and did not Step 5: Click Restart Now. Your computer should now function properly. If not, try Method 2 below. But here are some: KB973874 KB970653 KB969058 KB968389 KB967190 There are too many to list and I can't copy and paste. One suggestion to those with HP laptops: use the online chat prior to calling tech support-you minimize the language barrier (as they do type English better than they speak it) and
I have checked for such update, but the only one I have that's close to what you show is (KB973874). If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). You didn't do anything wrong here.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Wasn't that by Jimmy Greystone / August 29, 2008 12:57 AM PDT In reply to: Good news! http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Video-Display-and-Touch/Blue-Screen-after-Windows-Vista-SP2-installed-on-my/td-p/135457 To make sure the update doesn't install, you can temporarily set your Windows Updates to prompt before installing.
Very frustrating!!!! I send this site address to my friends who still have problems. Hopefully in the future these updates can be tested more thoroughly before they are released! And Norton doesn't work now!!!
To be honest, you probably don't need the update. And Aug 25 this BSOD happened. By the way your site is great, so easy to understand. You can also hide the specific KB973879 update by opening Windows Updates (accessible via control panel) and click "View Available Updates".
Save my day on my Dell Stdio 1737! check my blog Thanks! but i follow your steps but unfortunately i cannot find of said KB973879, any ideas? After a couple of minutes I got a blue screen that stated the following:"A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.BUGCODE_USB_DRIVERTechnical Information:
I had to use the on-screen keyboard. I hope you are ok with this. Thanks again…. this content Evan Wondrasek Since this update affected a specific manufacturer/model laptop, it was nearly impossible to know it would have caused this type of problem. *Most* of the time the updates don't
I have tried to install Vista SP2 and got the BSoDeath mentioned above. Nothing I have tried works. Bobszon .
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Loosing time on it since yesterday… now fixed! My laptop (dv6) is 4 weeks old so do I even need this update since it deals with the Vista Service Pack? snailshell, Aug 25, 2009 #1 Sponsor aka Brett Banned Joined: Nov 25, 2008 Messages: 16,918 can you manually remove the updates while in safe mode? I was very ticked off after down loading new updates and BSoD appeared.
Staff Online Now LauraMJ Administrator wannabeageek Malware Specialist Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows Vista > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Have you experienced this problem? Tell us about it (including the model of computer you have) in the comments. Rick I forgot to mention that I reinstalled windows so all updates are recent. have a peek at these guys I don't recall there being a similar issue with Vista SP1.
Mary You are a genius my friend! Windows sees it as an important system update though, so it will probably insist you install it regardless of its relevance to your system. Sorry this maybe offtopic., but I am sooooooo upset and wanted to share my anger with somebody……….. Dclong45 Yep This is just what I did and it worked like a charm.
I'm using the Business version of Vista and within 5 seconds of starting the install I get the BSOD aka Blue Screen of Death with the message of Page Fault in Thanks again!!!