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Another thumbdrive was placed in the same port and the computer did not crash.
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Another thumbdrive was placed in the same port and the computer did not crash.
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ok...its the flash drive itself thats causing the problem...if it under warranty return it
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Theflashdrive is not under warranty and that's an easy fix. Now, how do I get rid of the blue screen and clean it up?
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are you still getting a blue screen after a reboot...
if so...what does the blue screen say...the exact error message...
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I will get that info to you this afternoon. FYI I do have System Mechanic installed on the computer as well as Trend Micro. Could there be a conflict with these two programs as well? System Mechanic was the last install but I did not have problems with it until the thumb drive.
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if you used System Mechanic to "fix your registry"...it may be the cause of your problems...
System Mechanic and trend micro will coexist peacefully....
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I did not get a blue on the computer today but this is the blue screen info:

BC Code:51 BCP100000004 BCP200000001 BCP3E52FB3418 BCP4010B1C0D
OSVER:5_1_2600 SP:3_0 PRODUCT 256-1

C:\DOCUME~1\Judy\locals~1\Temp\\WER1837.dir00\mini101108.01dmp
C:\DOCUME~1\Judy\locals~1\Temp\\WER1837.dir001sysdata.xml
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Right click My Computer... and select Manage...

click the + beside Event Viewer... select System....

In the right-hand panel...scroll to the time of the blue screen.....

when you find a red error entry.... double-click it for details...

get a screenshot and post it back here

do you remember if your problems started right after installing SP3...

Edited by happyrock, 16 October 2008 - 04:30 PM.

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System mechanic wa installed in September and the System doest go back that far. How do you perform a screen shot? I've always be able to right click and use select all but that doesn't work..but it could be me.
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I noticed that there are errors in the Application under Event Viewer - Media Center Scheduler
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when you have double clicked on the error and the window is open...
press the ctrl key and tap the prt scr key once....
open paint...left click in the white window...then press ctrl + v at the same time...walaa...
name it something you will remember...save it to your desktop...save it as a .jpg....
to post it click on browse...find it and click on upload
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Ive got about 80 pictures so far and it wouldnt save any more.
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Im getting a "upload failed. The file was large than the available space.
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just load 1 screen shot...make sure your saving them as .jpg
.bmp files are over the max size allowed to upload...
find the most common error you keep getting or just the most recent...we don't need 80 error pic's
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