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BSOD Win XP SP3 - Once a Day!


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#31
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ACK... Once a day... still. What reports would you like, now, please?

I am sorry.
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CAn you create a new profile and see if the issue persist from there please.
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I am an idiot... I do Not know what you might mean?
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Here you go. :)
https://www.google.c...-a&channel=fflb
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and- just run it under the new user account?
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funny... I rebooted and the Only User 'Choice' was the new one.

Also- are Most of the programs supposed to be missing from the desktop, now?

How will I be able to get back to the "old" user to do the things that I Need to get done?

I am shaking like a MoFo right now....

Edited by wwwally, 06 March 2013 - 08:47 PM.

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I googled how to copy profiles to the new profile
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Just got a BSOD.....

kill me now, God....
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Ok the latest crash dump please.
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arggghhhh
I removed the wireless card and its software.
Verified all the drivers except microsoft.
ran the kaspersky anti-root kit and removed one small threat.
Will put in new memory by Wednesday.
If it bsods after that... i will send you the dumps... and the shattered pieces of one PC
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:thumbsup:
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Do you know if the threat was tdss?
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ummm?...

huh?
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I did the whole Kaspersy Rootkit thing on Monday... removed a minor threat...

Got the new memory today... Entire PC started-up faster than the last 3 weeks.

(insert prayer here)

Thanks, again!
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ARRGGGHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!

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