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Reply 0 0 Great-Deku-Tree Retired Posts: 3,544 Member Since: ‎07-30-2014 Message 3 of 6 (9,584 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: HP laptop blue-screen issues Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe I am not opposed to installing an alternative, like Pidgin, as a cop-out fix. You can see how to do this here:How to refresh, reset, or restore your PC.If you have Windows 7 you're not quite as lucky. Thats why I said disable auto restart. his comment is here

Michaela This happened to me yesterday! Keep up the GREAT work! I have run the Image Diag.exe from the first post on this forum, and have that log cab file available. Did what you said and it started up no problem at all.

So much thanks! There are bad sectors on the drive which can cause a crash at any random moment.The fact the PC is working now only tells you that a good amountof the sectors matth Had the same issue this morning on a Pavilion dv6-1245dx.

SRY for bad english Category Howto & Style License Standard YouTube License Show more Show less Loading... Jeff…I found the offending update on the very bottom of my list. In my experience, they work very well and I typically give them out to people who need protection. Saw the picture of your office…..hope it gets better!

Evan Wondrasek When following Method 1 and getting to Step 3/4 (viewing installed updates), click the Installed Date column and look at the most recently installed updates. Kamran Evan..Cant thank you enough… your 1st Method worked for my computer.. Add your answer Source Submit Cancel Report Abuse I think this question violates the Community Guidelines Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members,show more I think this question violates Hiding update KB973879 in windows update then stabilises the systems.

Microsoft is a joke and wanted to charge for helping me. kristin THANK YOU SOOO MUCH!!!! Click the "Create" button which will set a new restore point. Evan Wondrasek Even brand new computers are typically behind on updates - most of the time an OEM copy of Windows is installed by the manufacturer and there is no guarantee

u r a true life saver…. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/168592-bsod-blue-screen-hp-pavillion-win-7-occuring-once-day.html Then type or copy and paste the following. I have a new Dell XPS 1640 P8600. I'm thinking that I will end up doing a system restore/reinstall but wanted to see if there are other things that I should do first.

owensg Hey, looks like we have the same problem. this content Please let me know if you have any questions with this process. Way to go microsoft! I unfortunately found this after resolving my issue with HP and after talking to their "outsourced" tech support for 3.5 hrs yesterday and another hr today.

ron Thanks very much for this. Glad we could be of help! Register now to gain access to all of our features, it's FREE and only takes one minute. weblink Disable auto-restart.

to you EVAN on the gr8 job, u truly are a life saver… jst would like your help a little more.. Sheesh. Thank you.

I received 4 updates at the same time: KB973879, KB973874, KB970653, and KB972036.

To be honest, you probably don't need the update. AdvGmni Excellent instructions. Nice work on the walkthrough! I'm not sure if It's the hard drive or some other malfunction and I should return it again or if I have miraculously managed to put a virus on my brand

I hung up on dat B* for me the blue screen started to appear whn i removed my memroy card safely or unsafely… so i went to Best Buy where i Again, thanks for this site!! you might have issues with the bootable medium. check over here You can see how to do this here:Testing for Hardware Failures (Windows 8)orTesting for Hardware Failures (Windows 7, Vista).Second:Test your PC in safe mode to see if it still crashes.

Please help! 0 Advertisements #2 rockmilk Posted 23 February 2012 - 07:21 PM rockmilk Certified monkey. Brand New HP dv6 Pavillion Blue screen of death Started by spintiff , Feb 23 2012 07:06 PM Please log in to reply #1 spintiff Posted 23 February 2012 - 07:06 Is it safe to buy? 9 answers Terms Privacy AdChoices RSS Techerator Search Primary Menu Skip to content AboutAdvertiseBreakTakerContactLegalSearch Results Search for: Guides, Windows Fix: Windows Vista 64-bit Gets Blue Screen You weren't the only one with this problem, here's what our office looked like tonight: http://twitpic.com/fez9a @hubcaphalo I know we don't know each other, but I may just love you.

Very clear and easy to follow. What is the difference between the apple watch series 2 and the apple watch nike edition? Also, I am sorry to hear about your Dad. Thought I should mention it.I have backed up all my important data.I started your instructions with step one, and got these results:The computer restarted without incident after the test...any thoughts?

Your advice is very helpful!! If you choose to use Digsby (which is my primary IM client) be careful when running the installer, it has a lot of "optional software" it tries to get you to i dont know wer the cmos battery is located on my LAPTOP. Tara I have a new HP dv4 and I seem to be having the same problem after the auto updates, but I don't have the specific update you mention.

I received 4 updates at the same time: KB973879, KB973874, KB970653, and KB972036. I have a new Dell XPS 1640 P8600. Here's a link to their information on the 2nd version of KB973879: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/973879 AD5 Thanks, Evan! Paco Hey, I have an Hp Pavilion dv6570ee, and I'm currently having a major bluescreen problem.

evanw Blue screens are commonly generated by hardware, so it may help to make sure all drivers for your computer and peripherals are updated to the newest versions. I have not used the USB devices aka Thumb drive since. InternetFree 371,294 views 9:34 BGA Naprawa HP Pavilion dv6000, dv9000 repair VGA FIX. I also shared similar problems as mentioned above with Dell outsourced "Support".