Discussion in 'Windows Vista Performance' started by RENEE, Aug 31, 2007.

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    RENEE Guest

    Although I have read that this is a "kernel error" - whatever that is, I
    don't wish to completely restore my computer back to factory settings. Been
    there, done that and I seem to come up with the same BSOD error. How can I
    find out which software program I am installing is coming up with this error?
    I went to the Maintenance - Solutions section and it said it had no answer
    for this problem. Microsoft KB has no help on this error either. What do I
    do now? Also tried to run chkdsk and it says it is NTFS and goes to 20% of
    verifying indexes and hangs there.
    RENEE, Aug 31, 2007
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    Brett Guest

    Did you ever find a fix for this problem? I am having the same error occur
    Brett, Nov 28, 2007
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    RENEE Guest

    I no longer have this problem and I believe it was my purchased screensaver
    that was not Vista compatible. Since I removed it, I have not had the BSOD.
    Also, I made sure all of my older programs had every patch and update
    available. I am gradually replacing what I can with newer versions. Make a
    complete backup of your computer regularly. I have had to restore with my
    backup and it works. System restore does not. I have never had a computer
    where system restore actually did work. Hope this is helpful.
    RENEE, Nov 28, 2007
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