Twice in the last few days my computer has crashed with a BSOD followed by an automatic re-boot.
Your system has recovered from a serious error. Here's the error signature:
BCODE:10000050 BCP1:BCC97808 BCP2:00000000 BCP3:BF9F3EE3 BCP4:00000000
And Error Report:
First time this happened was a month ago (but without the auto re-boot) and I got this error message:
BUGCODE_USB_DRIVER STOP:0X000000FE (0X0000002, 0XF9A46558,0xFF856820)
I'm running WinXP with SP2. A BT Voyager 105 ADSL Cable Modem and a HP PSC are connected via two USB ports. It was when I started connecting/disconnecting an external drive that I think the problems began.
Any advice greatly appreciated,
*EDIT -- http://www.geekstogo...des-t43519.html
The above thread was recently posted (in Hardware & Peripherals) in reference to a similar problem but the BUGCODE_USB_DRIVER STOP CODE isn't listed?
Some more information: When I go to device manager there are seven 'WAN Network drivers' with exclamation marks beside them (one is working properly) Properties: Device cannot start (code 10) Roll back driver: No back up available/installed. Re-install with disc? I tried to update the drivers but 'couldn't find a better match for your hardware than what you have installed' Do I need to re-install with disc?
I Hope this helps.
Edited by Bluegums, 27 May 2006 - 08:53 PM.