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    The original bugcheck, 0xC2, is almost always a...

    The original bugcheck, 0xC2, is almost always a bad driver, it's possible that memory could also cause it but that's not been proven, that I know of.

    The specific error was "The current thread...
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    http://i54.photobucket.com/albums/g90/DrWho1943/Co...

    http://i54.photobucket.com/albums/g90/DrWho1943/Computer%20Stuff/HDFailure_zpscaf41519.jpg

    If you don't see it or using the URL above gives you a blank page, it's probably a security/privacy...
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    Hi, Roy. This looks an interesting dump,...

    Hi, Roy.

    This looks an interesting dump, Driver Verifier has kicked in and flagged an Intel Ethernet driver as faulting during a period when an Intel program was running and an Intel networking...
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    Can you try to re-run the BSOD collection routine...

    Can you try to re-run the BSOD collection routine again from Safe Mode, the resulting logs should now contain some repetition that might help pinpoint the problem....
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    Hi, Jim. Now we're seeing some consistency,...

    Hi, Jim.

    Now we're seeing some consistency, the most recent crashes are all 0x50's with the same Stack Trace and effectively identical Windows up times:



    BugCheck 50, {fffff0a00a0493a0, 1,...
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    Thanks, Bill. Your taking time out to call by...

    Thanks, Bill.

    Your taking time out to call by the Lounge with advice on this is much appreciated.
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    Certainly looks that way, Bruce. After a hyper...

    Certainly looks that way, Bruce. After a hyper scan here, MBAM reports 2x potential threats detected, details on screen are sparse however, nothing appears to be available on the right-click; further...
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    Hi, Roy. First, ensure that you have the...

    Hi, Roy.

    First, ensure that you have the latest version of CryptoPrevent installed, then, when WP pops up to alert you, set the box to allow the changes and to remember them.
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    Been doing that for a very long time on my...

    Been doing that for a very long time on my machines, Zig :) needs a caveat to others about the almost inevitable battle with false positive flags if you recommend that 'remote download' route though,...
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    It might be something 'simple' like a poor router...

    It might be something 'simple' like a poor router setup but an overheating router would be more likely, esp. as it's the hot season for many of us.

    Also interference locally (faulty 'phone...
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    Good news! Happy to help. Nir Sofer's...

    Good news! Happy to help.

    Nir Sofer's utilities are amongst the first 'installs' on my machines, alongside the Sysinternals Suite, you never know when you might need one of them.
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    A couple of possible alternatives: DriveCleanup...

    A couple of possible alternatives:
    DriveCleanup - remove nonpresent drives from the registry (scroll down the page to find it)
    USBDeview v2.35 - View all installed/connected USB devices on your...
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    Hi again, Jim. I'll analyse the latest dump...

    Hi again, Jim.

    I'll analyse the latest dump soon, in the meantime: I asked in #21 to ensure that DV was disabled (leaving it on longer than 24-48 hours will lead to an increasing likelihood of it...
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    Brian Krebs has published many topics related to...

    Brian Krebs has published many topics related to this on his blog, most recently:
    Wireless Live CD Alternative: ZeusGard and Beware Keyloggers at Hotel Business Centers

    I recall that we also had...
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    I'm sure that 95%+ of users have no problems -...

    I'm sure that 95%+ of users have no problems - but if you're using a notebook, you do have a greater chance of hitting an issue.

    I only use IE for 5-15 minutes per week, it doesn't bother me not...
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    Hi, Mel. Biggest potential problem is from the...

    Hi, Mel.

    Biggest potential problem is from the Platform Update that's required before you can step up from IE9: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2670838 note that the compatibility section...
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    There's an older list that I used to use...

    There's an older list that I used to use occasionally to try to pinpoint BSODs that happened too early in the boot process to leave any evidence like a minidump to analyse; scan down through the...
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    The only things you can get any real control over...

    The only things you can get any real control over when it comes to boot-order loading are the 3rd party utilities, Les.

    Winpatrol is my choice for this - but moving to an SSD would be a great help...
  19. I'll try to break this one down as it had me...

    I'll try to break this one down as it had me puzzled a few days ago; any/all errors are of course my own because MS doesn't make any.

    From https://support.microsoft.com/kb/2973351, please read it...
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    Yes, PSU = Power Supply Unit. 'Good' referring to...

    Yes, PSU = Power Supply Unit. 'Good' referring to quality (and age, or lack of), rather than price or any other factor.

    300W would be enough for a non-overclocked CPU and a low range (up to ~100W...
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    I've spent some time looking for an updated...

    I've spent some time looking for an updated driver as well, no success. If it were mine, I'd create a Restore point, shut it down, switch the drive to a free onboard chipset SATA channel, disable the...
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    Hi, Jim. Some loaded drivers from Marvell and...

    Hi, Jim.

    Some loaded drivers from Marvell and Adaptec are of 2007 vintage, way too old to be considered safe on an SP1 x64 system, if you can, remove the a320 hardware and fully uninstall any...
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    Pretty sure that XEON is Socket 771, requiring a...

    Pretty sure that XEON is Socket 771, requiring a pin mod/adapter to enable it's use in a S775 'board.

    If I had to upgrade any Gateway, a good PSU would be my first acquisition.
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    So it's an NAS box that's been converted to USB?...

    So it's an NAS box that's been converted to USB? All bets are off, not sure what's needed in the way of drivers to enable access to that. You do need to look into why it's falling asleep/disappearing...
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    Roy, you might find using Magnet links instead of...

    Roy, you might find using Magnet links instead of torrents (pretty sure Magnet links are opened by uTorrent as part of the default install, otherwise try the Add Torrent from URL option and paste the...
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