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The BSOD occurs most frequently while playing NWNs 1 online,
but it has occurred while running other programs. If more information
is required please let me know what and how to find it to post. />Thank You
I have tried all the tricks. Closing it last, using the X to close,
closing from taskbar, reinstalling. It works fine just annoying. Hope
someone has an answer. Thanks.
All vista files up to date. />Laptop: Acer
OS: Windows Vista Home
Mem: 2mb
My Windows Search function stopped indexing emails a month or so ago
and later stopped indexing anything. It always told me that there was
some enormous number of items not yet indexed. I tried various fixes
found on the Internet: running the troubleshooter (it finds nothing
wrong); rebuild the index; turn off and then back on both Search and
Indexing; delete the Windows.edb file (this cause problems and forced
me to do a system restore. Then I tried running Scannow and it reports
that it found corrupted files but was unable to fix some. It creates a
log that I will attach here. I have no idea what to do about it.
Windows came installed on my computer and I don't have a Windows CD. I
have a
It's actually my sons laptop that i have a problem with, it's
an Advent Roma 3001
It apparently happened when windows said it
needed a restart to install updates.
i have tried running repairs
on it from the recovery partition, also from a Windows 7 repair
nothing seems to actually complete.
Originally the hard
drive had a few minor errors that it has corrected.
but windows
boots to the logo screen then flashes a blue screen of death so fast
you cannot read it then restarts.
I have tried going into the
command line, where more functions seem to work
But i was trying
to run sfc /scannow
but it returns that a repair is awaiting rest
Most of the time this happens. Sometimes it's fine for a week or so.
It seemed to start after updating my logitec drivers. The BSOD shows
KS.SYS as an offending file.
I am not able to install an XP64 driver under my new installed Windows
7 - 64bit (premium version).
The driver is for a dedicated board
(digital receiver ICS554). I am a French Ham radio.
Before, I did
a test with XP 32 bit version under Windows 7 32 bits - I did an
install with compatibility mode and all rans very well.
For a
second machine, I am not able to reproduce this install into a full 64
bits environment (XP64 driver => Windows 7 64bits). I try to
install the 32 bits version but I have the same issue back
(Application not compatible retruned by the compatibility Windows 7
The driver is an "msi" file.
Anybody can
Acer 7741G laptop. Win 7 Home premium 64bit. When clicking on to a
tutorial video for using Firefox I got the message as shown as the
thread title and the video would not play. As an inexperienced user I
am at a loss to know what this means. Can anyone help me please?
I'm having a problem with a system image (C: drive and System Reserved
drive, that I made with a scheduled Windows Backup) and its size. I
have a D: drive where I store it.
First of all, I noticed this in
D: drive properties:

Used space of the whole drive is
actually larger than the size of all the individually selected D:
drive files, including hidden files.
Then I noticed this:

System image size reported by Windows Backup info is clearly
larger than the size reported in the backup folder properties. />There's like 35 GB stored somewhere in the disk and I can't find
them, h
my Windows Security Center won't turn on. And same with firewall. I've
run a bunch of programs on here and one says:
Rkill 2.6.5 by
Lawrence Abrams (Grinler)
Bleeping Computer - Technical Support
and Computer Help
Copyright 2008-2014 BleepingComputer.com />More Information about Rkill can be found at this link:
- What it does and What it Doesn't - A brief introduction to
the program - Anti-Virus and Anti-Malware Software
started at: 04/28/2014 12:01:37 PM in x64 mode.
Windows Version:
Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1
Checking for Windows
services to stop:
* No malware services found to stop. />Checking
Windows Virtual PC - (Win Pro 64bit main OS / Win Pro 32bit as the
Problem: The only way i can get drive shares to work is
if i also select the C:/
see screenshot:
In the above, even though D:/
is ticked the D:/ drive isn't visible to the virtual. I have to tick
C:/ to get any other drives to be visible to the virtual PC.
have tried formatting the D:/ and reloading the Virtual PC but the
problem remains. I really do not like having the C:/ open to the
virtual PC.
Anyone come across this?

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