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#76
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I already did a Startup Repair, it doesn' detect anything, all is OK
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Are you still getting the KSOD's?
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Yes, sure

Are you still getting the KSOD's?


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OK we are going to have to take drastic measures then. Do you have a OS installation disk?
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I already upgrade Vista, rshaffer.

I don't plan to install Vista for now, I prefer to try others ways...
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OK so what is installed now?
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Vista Business since december 2011.

I'd like to try Memtest86 as you told me at first. ;)

Edited by ramaflore, 19 August 2012 - 03:00 PM.

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OK I was going to suggest a repair installation or a parallel installation but you stopped that one.
I have to think about what to do now. Everything is checking out so it is something to do with the OS.
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Hi rshaffer,

For now, I don't want to back up all my datas for a new installation.

A repair or a parallel installation if you really think that this could fix my Ksod issue, yes, OK.

PS: On december, after formatting, I reinstalled the Vista Business with the manufacturer Installation DVD. For now, I have the Vista Installation DVD received from a friend. I think it's something important ;)
Also, to tell you that only have 1 Gb RAM Memory, that it's so little for running Vista Business confortable.
Is that true that Windows 7 is running well and fast with 1 Gb Ram ? I hear that on the net.

Edited by ramaflore, 19 August 2012 - 03:10 PM.

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I reinstalled the Vista Business with the manufacturer Installation DVD

This is your presently installed OS correct?
From your post I take it you do not have this installation disk correct?
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Yes, Vista Business is my installation OS

I suspect my Fujitsu Recovery DVD (with the OS included)

I've not yet installed with the Vista AIO installation DVD ?
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Neither of those will work as they are branded disks and they do not have the option for a repair or parallel installation on them.
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Are you sure for the second one ? :rolleyes::happy:
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Pretty sure because if it wasn't branded it would say microsft Vista and have the holofram on it like this one HERE. AIO would not appear on the cover at all.
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OK, then. :whistling:
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