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Siliconprairie

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I received STOP code 0x00000024 on the BSOD right before I was getting USB failure messages. Any ideas what the issue is? Or where to start looking?

The full code: STOP: 0x00000024 (0x00190203,0x8AD31CA0, 0xC0000102,0x00000000)
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Have you tried using Bluescreenview to see if it references a specific driver or something?


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if you could provide us a little bit more info, such as what operating system your running, it would be helpful.  What did you have connected by usb? 


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@trevorever I will look into that. @global moderator My operating system is Windows XP, all of my devices are plugged into USB's like mouse, keyboard, etc. I have a fear someone downloaded something bad. It was working fine right before I connected my iphone to back it up and restore everything on my new phone. Hope this info helps you, help me.


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This is normally a driver issue.  i would consider uninstalling itunes other apple software.  then download the latest version and install. Make sure you reboot before reinstalling:

 

http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1925


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