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BSOD help please ! 0x007a then 0x00d4


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Combatklown

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before having a bsod 0x00f4, i experienced first bsod 0x007a
everytime i run a scan of microsoft essentials, bsod strikes, not just antivirus scanning, within an hour, no matter what i do, bsod strikes .
and my IE just went missing, please help . .
i have windows 7 ultimate x64 .
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Combatklown

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heres the screenshots

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Hello :)

Please Download BlueScreenView:
If you don't know which version should work for you, please go to menu Start -> right click on My Computer -> select Properties and in the opened window should be the information is it 32-bit or 64-bit.

Unzip the downloaded file and run BlueScreenViev.exe
When scanning is done, go Edit -> Select All.
Go File, Save Selected Items, and save the report as BSOD.txt.
Attach BSOD.txt to your next reply.
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BSOD

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Any recent updates/installations on your machine? Hardware, software, drivers?

Go to control Panel -> Add/Remove Programmes -> uninstall MSE.

What's the IE problem. Please be more specific.
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the IE, just went missing after how many bsod encounter, i installed remote program phone/desktop, game "DARK", autorun, folder lock, before bsod.
Ive already uninstalled those programs except for DARK .
used core temp to check if the cause is overheating, but, it isnt .
a virus maybe ? or os problem ?
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What way have you obtained DARK?
Any cracks/patches/keygens?

Please remove it.

Also please go to Safeboot mode and test if the crash will appear.
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dark = crack only
couldnt scan for virus, bsod appears halfway .
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G2G don't provide help for people, who obtained their software illegaly.
Uninstall it, or we won't be able to help you.

After uninstalling:
Please go to Malware Removal Forum and read the instructions here. Someone from the Malware Staff will help you to solve your problem.

If the problem will occur after checking your systems for any malware, please return here and I'll try to help you. When posting there, provide also a link to this topic.
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