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BSOD Win XP SP3 - Once a Day!


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All done... Fingers croseed.

So - you recommend NO program like the System Mechanic or Iobit System Care?

THANKS, AGAIN!
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No recomendation on products of the sort more a less snake oil those products. :thumbsup:
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So CCleaner... Cleaner and Registry Tools and the deFraggler? Anything else?

I have donated so much to Piriform in the past... before they became whores.
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Ccleaner is fine just do not use the registry cleaner function other than that it is a solid program. Defrggler is also Good I was referring to iobit programs.
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Aww... Poop! It made it thru yesterday... and just BS and rebooted on me...
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ack!

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You say you had bit defender on the machine at one time lets go ahead and run the removal tool for it please.
http://www.bitdefend...fender-333.html

Reboot after the tool.
If the machine crashes again after that then please let me see the new log below.

Download UnknownDeviceIdentifier
http://www.zhangduo....eIdentifier.exe
and post the log it Creates in your next reply.
Run the program allow it to finish then hit file> save > Save the file to desktop.The default file name will be DeviceList Attach Device list in your next reply.
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I hate to say this.. but this is Fun!

i is lernin So Much....
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Since you are getting a TCPIP.sys error lets see if we can make it crash.

Download this file you will not need it so delete when done it is sp1 for windows 7.
http://download.micr...B976932-X64.exe

The above is a attempt to make the machine bluescreen.
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It rebooted last night:

My Driver files attached.

I'll try your crash test in a couple hours after the download.

Thanks!

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Am I supposed-to Download and RUN It?... Or just download it? I am ascared, now...
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After a 2 hour download.... "windows6.1-KB976932-X64.exe is not a valid Win32 application"
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Go here and download the driver labeled win xp 32 bit. 7/1/2008


http://www.pcpitstop...s~LAN~Card.html
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After a 2 hour download.... "windows6.1-KB976932-X64.exe is not a valid Win32 application"



Like I said you would not need the file it was an attempt to make the machine crash.
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Thanks, again!

I'll keep in-touch either way.
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