Okay, so I am new here (hi everyone!) but am also having a computer problem. At first I thought that it might have been because of a virus (hey, it might still be so), and managed to find four with Avast! Antivirus (which is good, even if it didn't fix my problem). So, if anyone could help me out, here? Here's the information from the error report:
BCCode : 100000d1 BCP1 : 000024E4 BCP2 : 00000002 BCP3 : 00000000
BCP4 : F6B1DCD OSVer : 5_1_2600 SP : 3_0 Product : 256_1
And how it is phrased in the Blue Screen that comes up when it errors (though it's pretty much the same as the above):
*** STOP: 0x000000D1 (0x000024E4, 0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0xF6A57CD9)
*** FT2500.sys Address F6A57CD9 base at F6A4100, DateStamp: 42675c99
So does anyone know what this means and how to fix it? Thank you in advance for any answers!
It looks like memory dump error.
You should format your main operating system partition. It's virus. May be damaging. or may be some hardware problem. Not sure.
Not fun :(
Blue screens are never fun.
If it is reoccuring often, I would suggest the following:
Install Windows 7 (The least of many evils)
It is either:
Memory (RAM) corruption/damage
Data disk corruption/damage
In any case, back up your stuff (non executable, only media) and clear it all and start from scratch. If you still get a Bluescreen after a fresh OS install, then it is most probably hardware...
If you replaced your RAM and Harddrive and you still get it... it might even be bad cooling on your CPU.... strip it for the parts and get a new computer :)
Just google the error codes.
You'll get about all the info there is.
However, usually the best you can to with a blue screen is
during boot and select "last known good configuration"
That might, I say MIGHT, get you into the OS long enough to copy files (pictures etc.) to a usb drive.
Then you will most likely need to reinstall the OS.
The other common blue screen error is a loose expansion card.
In that case, push it back in and all should be good.
But that error doesn't look like a loose card.
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