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MBAM Crashes Windows XP


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lets try this...go here...
Intel Driver Update Utility
it will Automatically identify and find drivers for your system's hardware and system software are evaluated.
For example: chipset, graphics driver version, operating system version.

one thing I did notice in Vino's Event Viewer was in the 1st listed error and another error...
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A device attached to the system is not functioning. (0x8007001f)...
try disconnecting everything non essential for the operation of your computer... leave keyboard and mouse attached and reboot

Edited by happyrock, 19 April 2010 - 03:22 PM.

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The only file that is outdated is the wired networking driver, Intel® 82573L based Network Controller(OEM). I downloaded the upload utility and when trying to run the installer get the message, "The installed version of Intel PROSet is not supported for upgrades." Looking that up, I've found that many people have uninstalled their current version yet still found themselves getting the same message and unable to reinstall PROSet. All of that being said, that really doesn't seem like a can of worms I want to get into. :)

I'll do a restart with just the keyboard, mouse, and monitor attached to the computer and check for that error. Everything I have attached appears to be working fine, however. Maybe it's the wireless adapter for my controller that I don't always have turned on.
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ok...leave the networking driver as is...
I will be offline in just a little bit until about 5AM in the morning
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Vino's Event Viewer v01c run on Windows XP in English
Report run at 20/04/2010 3:50:10 PM

Note: All dates below are in the format dd/mm/yyyy

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'Application' Log - error Type
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No 'Application' log error events found from 20/04/2010 to 20/04/2010

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'Application' Log - information Type
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No 'Application' log information events found from 20/04/2010 to 20/04/2010

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'Application' Log - warning Type
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No 'Application' log warning events found from 20/04/2010 to 20/04/2010

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'System' Log - error Type
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No 'System' log error events found from 20/04/2010 to 20/04/2010

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'System' Log - information Type
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No 'System' log information events found from 20/04/2010 to 20/04/2010

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'System' Log - warning Type
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No 'System' log warning events found from 20/04/2010 to 20/04/2010



That's after I restarted with just the keyboard, mouse, and monitor connected, then I connected my wireless controller hub, wireless internet adapter, and iPhone and the log read the same.
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ok...now download Windows Installer CleanUp Utility from here...run it but only remove things related to MBAM
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I went through the list pretty thoroughly twice and couldn't find anything related to MBAM.
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and the only time you get the error is when you try to run MBAM...
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That's correct. After about ten minutes into the scan it freezes then the BSOD comes up.
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a side not e for those who ditch AOL america offline, when you are done and the machine reboots go and do this search
aolback
its the sum total of everything you ever did on AOL and usually hides somewhere in the windows folder and its usually huge so why waste valuable disk spce
also after uninstalling remember to defrag the drive
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That's correct. After about ten minutes into the scan it freezes then the BSOD comes up.

do you have a digital camera...if so get a screenshot of the error...
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Alright, I'll give it a go once I get home. I know the error is 0x000000F4, though.
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Well, this time it lasted around twenty minutes before getting the BSOD, though the error is still the same. Here's the picture of it, sorry if it's a bit large:

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Any ideas? :)
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try running the quick scan...not the full scan...
it may be a rootkit but let me bounce this off a few other techs...

Edited by happyrock, 24 April 2010 - 06:21 AM.

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Okay, thanks a lot! :)
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