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comment:3 Changed 8 years ago by jeenuv I think I'm facing the same problem. i have a new HP dv6. ever since i have unistalled that update, i have not been able to connect my bluetooth device… plz help me out… thanks in advance… Guest Thank you so much! Ron Read this: http://news.softpedia.com/news/Vista-SP2-Fails-to-Install-on-Intel-x64-Multiple-CPUs-Multi-Core-CPUs-120300.shtml AD5 I suffered this crash last week and was told to do a complete "system restore" by Tech Support before finding this site. http://cgmguide.com/windows-vista/64bit-vista-premium.php

Repeat at Device Makers - BTW atDeviceMakers DO NOT RUN THEIR SCANNER - check manually by model. Thanks again! Get the answer lcrakelOct 7, 2008, 4:41 AM I ran memtest overnight. 19 passes with no errors. you save my day… by the way, I recommend all the users to disable the window auto update on your system.

Make sure the system has adequate ventilation - add a small fan blowing into intakes. Jeff I'm trying to fix a Dell Insperion 1545 with this problem. Step 2: Click the Start Menu and type Programs and Features in the search box.  Press enter when the Programs and Features option is selected.

  1. I have also disabled automatic updates.
  2. Also, the Vaio update page has recognized this as a FAQ and can instruct you.
  3. This is so frustrating, but I am so glad its not the laptop and just the updates.
  4. So don’t rule out hardware problems.
  5. I'm using the Business version of Vista and within 5 seconds of starting the install I get the BSOD aka Blue Screen of Death with the message of Page Fault in
  6. Bobszon .
  7. This is a scanner only, VERY EFFECTIVE, if it finds something come back here or use Google to see how to remove.
  8. I'm going to try this and see what happens.
  9. The first fix worked on my 2 week old Sony Vaio FW.

Unfortunately, under his remote control, he successfully executed a roll-back and I was able to successfully stop my USB Devices. We'll se what happens with the replacement. If you want to run BlueScreenView without the translation, simply rename the language file, or move it to another folder. It is also occasionally caused by a failure in a hardware device.

Hope this helps.Rob Brown - Microsoft MVP <- profile - Windows Expert - Consumer : Bicycle - Mark Twain said it right. bobszon Thank You, Thank You, THANK YOU! I got my help from an alert that came up when I went into safe mode. Although the BSOD has largely been thrown onto the software slag heap, in Vista, crashes haven't been totally banished.

What's with MS and Vista? For additional information, click KB228753. This way we are unable to read what is written. Are you using Windows Vista 64-bit?

Any idea which one is causing my troubles? edgar Hi , Evan I have same problem of BSOD mentioned. Unsigned drivers are a likely cause of problems, as they are created for older versions of Windows. Bill Looks like Microsoft has been informed: "Important A known issue was found with this update.

Luke P Just got my VAIO FW a couple days ago and was unable to remove any sort of USB hardware (flash drives, transfer cables, even a portable mouse) without getting http://cgmguide.com/windows-vista/windows-vista-bsod.php JCmx Hello Evan, I solved the problem yesterday afternoon but the update keeps been instaled when i shut down the computer so this morning i had reboot in safe mode again Version 1.27: Fixed issue: removed the wrong encoding from the xml string, which caused problems to some xml viewers. Added 'processor' column - 32-bit or x64.

Run As Administrator. it is a CPU heat issue. bobszon Does anyone know which or how many of the four actually caused the fault or should all four be removed? More about the author I thought about doing a system restore but then I would'nt know exactly which update caused the problem.

Added 'Dump File Time' column, which displays the modified time of the dump file. this is TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO much. came to this website..

I also only have 1 stick of memory in (2GB).

My question is this…is this the exact same update or did Windows correct the problem and this update is trustworthy? i can't see any pattern as to what might trigger it. any thoughts? The update log does show kb973879 being installed, though.

I contacted Norton and they say I may have a virus and if I use their service to remove it, I have to pay $99. Do you have any other way of solving this problem? came to this website.. click site Locate KB973879 in the list (if it exists), right click it, and select "Hide Update".

I have had the same problem on 3 Dell Inspiron 1545 laptops running 64 bit vita home premium. It is also commonly referred to as a system crash, a kernel error, a system fault, or a Stop error.