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Windows Vista 32 Event Id: 7036 Basic Service Operations


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I have been experiencing several issues with my computer lately. I had my updates set to automatically update. One of those updates created a lot of problems for me. I started receiving the error 41 - Kernel Power. My computer started displaying scrambled pixels, error regarding driver quit responding, shut-down and restart, and eventually blue screen dumping memory. It would dump memory very often. I researched the errors and tried to update my display driver (ATI Radeon HD 3600). I lost restore points and the computer would repair and restore. Then I would have additional problems. My anti-virus software is Kaspersky Pure 3.0. My problem report/solutions stated the application was not working correctly. I uninstalled and reinstalled it. The computer does not seem to be scrambling pixels lately, but it happens so randomly that I cannot be certain it is corrected or not. Since all of the repairs and restores I am getting the error TN Event ID 7036 - Basic Service Operation. Any suggestions?

Dell XPS 420
Windows Vista 32
Processor Intel®Core™2Duo CPU E8400 @ 3.00GHz 2.99GHz
Memory 4.00 GB
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