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I am having BSOD problems at startup. the error code is STOP 0x0000001D. Can anyone help?

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what was the last thing you did before this started happening? can you start in safe mode? can you post the full BSOD...as they usually list a file with them as well
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kk next time it happens i will post it. normally there is a file name but sometimes there isnt. I keep getting different 1s

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whenevere you get the bsods...just post the FULL message...it will help out alot
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ok, I started up my pc today and i got:

STOP 0x00000050

VETMONNT.SYS Adress AADD8EC6, base at AADC0000, Datestamp 4271c572
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are you running zone alarm ?
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yeah, I am.
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the vetmont.sys file is part of the zone alarm antivirus program...can you boot into safe mode? if so uninstall zone alarm COMPLETELY....then see if you can boot again
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could i just delete it?

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that will cause more problems than you want to have...IF you uninstall zone alarm and the system allows you to boot again...then you can reinstall zone alarm...it may have been a corrupted install in which case reinstalling might fix it
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my pc started 2day with no BSODs. I unistalled the anti-virus.

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i turned on my pc 2day and it gave me:

DRVIER_IRQL_LESS_OR_EQUAL

**STOP: 0x000000D1 (0x04A8000B, 0x00000005, 0x00000001, 0xF754BFB3)

** atapi.sys - Adress F754BFB3 base at F7546000

Sorry i dont have the datestamp because it resarted.

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jeebus...

can you log into safe mode with command prompt?
if so when you get to the command prompt type chkdsk /r /f and let that run to completion

also once that's done
go here
www.memtest.org
and follow the directions for making a ram testing boot disk'
bot to that disk and let the program run for at least 2 hours...report any errors
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yeah i can load up normal windows but it will give me a BSOD first time i load my account up then i resart and its fine.

thanks, ill do that

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I did the memory test for 7 hours with no errors and check disk returned no erorrs but i had a new BSOD

PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA

STOP: 0x00000050 (0x9F9AED2O, 0x00000000, 0xBF83FIEB, 0x00000000)

Win32k.sys - adress BF83FIEB base at BF80000, Datestamp 43446a58
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