Blue Screen of Death code 0X00000050
Posted 23 August 2011 - 08:19 AM
Posted 23 August 2011 - 12:09 PM
Thanks. That is reassuring if it all BSOD related to Rapport.
Last night before going to bed, I downloaded Rapport from their web site and installed it on top of the current version. I was hoping that would cure the problem. They don't offer any driver updates. This morning, I had the BSOD, so I sent an email to Rapport. No reply as of yet.
I'm going to remove Rapport and see what happens. I can do without BOA far easier than I can do without my PC!
I really doubt Rapport is the only problem because:
1. The HDD, set to turn off after 10 minuets, never does.
2. The monitor, set to turn off after 15 minutes, never does
3. The DVD/CD suddenly went dead
4. The PC takes a very long time to respond when simply opening or closing a web page or program, even when the CPU is just idling at the time.
Obviously, a single core processor and an 80 gig HDD isn't much. I seldom do more than look at photos or run one program at a time, usually IE 8, so I have been just fine until all this started. As I run out of HDD space, I just dump a large batch of recent photos onto my portable HDD. I am now reluctant to do that, as I fear infecting that drive. And, sadly, I can't burn anything to a disk.
Any suggestions would be a great help.
I'll post what Rapport has to say (if anything), and the results of removing it.
Posted 23 August 2011 - 12:26 PM
It sounds as though you suspect a infection is active on your system. the Rapport file has been linked to some infections so you may want to have our malware techs go through your system and just check it out.
As I run out of HDD space, I just dump a large batch of recent photos onto my portable HDD. I am now reluctant to do that, as I fear infecting that drive.
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Posted 24 August 2011 - 01:14 PM
Now, if I can just get my HDD to turn off and my CD/DVD to turn on....
Thank you very, very much. You made my week!
Posted 24 August 2011 - 01:20 PM
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