*NOTE* I HAVE RUN THE RECOVERY CONSOLE WITH CHKDSK /R AND IT DID NOT FIX THIS*
I posted a long time ago ere, a problem i had with a BSOD and the stop 0x0000007E error, it happened rarely but it did happen, recently (two days ago) it started happening very frequently, to the point were windows will not boot normally, it WILL boot into safe mode and i am currently in safe mode with networking. Microsoft suggests the following to address the issue:
- Not enough space (no it)
- Soundblaster card malfunction (i don't own one so, no.)
- Faulty RAM (I've had issues but i doubt it, i'll run a memtest)
- System Driver (Most probable)
Now, my event viewer has an error under the "system" category which reads as follows:
The following drivers did not load correctly:
Before it read more but i got rid of them, it had read ElbyCDIO and some other one i got rid of with drivercleaner.net
I know the above drivers are not faulty but one that is required for those to work, problem is, which one? Is there any way for me to know in which order windows loads it's drivers?
P.S. Event Viewer show an excessive amount of DCOM errors, most of them related to: The service DCOM could not start in safe mode and........
Any ideas/suggestions? any help would be extremely appreciated.