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How to Repair BSOD
by rbonestell in Computers
The Blue Screen of Death stop error has been plaguing Windows users since the first versions of Windows. The BSOD is caused by several problems with the computer, including corrupted system files and problems in the Windows registry. The error can result in loss of data, nonbooting or even complete system failure. Windows 7 has a number of tools including the Startup Repair utility that you can us
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How to Prevent BSOD
by IeraseU in Computers
The BSOD, or "Blue Screen of Death" as it's known and feared by Windows users, is a form of "Stop" error. It indicates when the computer has become unstable or has encountered some critical error from which it can't recover. There are many reasons that you may encounter this error, ranging from hardware-based to software-based issues. The broad range of issues that can cause this error makes it ha
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Opening a JPG Causes BSOD
by Nate Childers in Computers
Short for "Blue Screen of Death," the BSOD or otherwise known as the "Windows stop message" appears whenever the computer encounters a problem and then fails to recover from it. If this error appears every time you open a JPG file, you need to determine the factors that are possibly causing the problem. JPG File ProblemOne particular JPG file may be causing the error to occur. Try rebooting the

How to Create a BSOD
by XiandreX in Computers
BSOD is an acronym for "Blue Screen of Death," a common nickname for an error screen occasionally displayed by different versions of the Windows operating system. Although it may seem counterproductive to want to cause a BSOD to occur, Microsoft included this ability in Windows XP. Triggering a Windows crash on purpose can be useful as a way to test your Startup and Recovery settings.Difficulty:Mo
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What Causes USBPORT.sys BSOD?
by cynix in Computers
A USBPORT.sys error, which is sometimes followed by a Blue Screen of Death, can occur even on new computers and happens for several reasons. This error may be be a driver issue, a problem in the windows registry or even a failing hardware situation. To solve the issue, troubleshoot each possible cause and try the easiest and least expensive solution first. Update DriversThis error usually is ca

How to Fix BSOD Errors
by Juice in Computers
BSOD errors are common on Windows platforms; the error has been around from the very beginnings of the Windows platform. The "Blue Screen Of Death" can occur for many reasons, some relating to device drivers, bad software, damaged system files in the windows system32 folder or problems with the Windows registry itself. Whatever the cause, it's never comforting to get BSOD errors. Fortunately, Wind
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BSOD when using BackgroundWorker
by Darren Torpey in Programming Languages

I posted a very similar question a few weeks ago, but I did not give enough details, and I was pulled away to other tasks and couldn't get to it. I hope to remedy that here.


I have a form with a button, a background worker and a progress bar. when i click the button, it invokes a backgroundworker task, which creates an object and calls a method on it that actually does the work. It


How to Fix the Windows XP BSOD
by cerebusPu in Computers
One of the scariest computer problems you can encounter when trying to boot up your computer is getting the "blue screen of death" (BSOD). This problem can occur for various reasons---from incompatible software, conflicts or problems with hardware, and virus or spyware infections. Whatever the reason may be, one thing is certain: it is not good. Fortunately, you have options available to correct t
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How to Use WinDbg to Debug the BSOD
by Patastroph in Computers
In Windows, BSODs or blue screen errors occur when there is a program fault in the kernel of the operating system. Successful diagnosis of a blue screen error requires the use of a powerful debugging tool, capable of kernel-mode debugging; for example, "WinDbg." Windows can save a ".dump" file of the blue screen crash for later analysis without the need for a debugger to be running on the computer
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BSoD when creating threads
by chaoyi in Programming Languages

I am trying to create +5 threads synchronously so there shouldn't be any concurrency error.
Code:


System.Threading.Thread t = new System.Threading.Thread(proc);
t.Start();//==t.BlueScreen();
t.Join();

Is darkness a feature ?
I am doing something wrong?


OS:Microsoft windows vista(unfortunately) x64
Language:C# 3.0|4.0
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