BSOD Stop 0x0000001E

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by PSputnik, Feb 8, 2009.

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    PSputnik Guest

    Hi all

    it seems my new built computer has problems when it is "cold". I ofte
    get a Bluescreen the first one or two times when booting up
    Strangely enough after the one or two times booting, it is totall
    stable after that

    They are always similar
    Stop 0x0000001

    only BCP1 varie

    BCC 1
    BCP1 varies between


    BCP2 0x000000000000000
    BCP4 0x000000000000003

    Though i set it to generate minidumps I can't find any afte

    I installed Windbg and both symbolpacks for Vista SP1.

    I alread switched the 2GB modules against 2 other 2GB modules and stil
    So what would you suspect ? CPU bad, mainboard bad or PSU

    Could a be a hotspot because the thermal grease is not evenly pasted

    I really ran out of clues what to do next. Alread reinstalled an
    updated BIOS, drivers etc
    PSputnik, Feb 8, 2009
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  2. STOP 0X1E is an interesting error, a quick Google search will get you lots
    of details on it. Most likely caused by buggy drivers or a hardware
    incompatibility issue. Strip the system down to bare bones and fire it up,
    slowly add hardware until the error returns.
    Richard G. Harper, Feb 8, 2009
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    Peter Foldes Guest

    Peter Foldes, Feb 9, 2009
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    Razz98 Guest


    I have a similar problem:

    My computer shut down and when it rebooted it said that there was
    problem in the registration database, i could not fix it, so i remove
    the HD and copied the data to another computer, then i wanted to forma
    the HD and reinstall Vista(home 64 bit).
    The installation went fine but i wanted to make two partitions, a smal
    (50gb) for windows and the rest for data, programs, stuff like that. S
    rebooted again and tried to partitionate the HD during the installatio
    but something went wrong and now there is no windows on the computer an
    when i try to install it I get the: stop: 0x0000001E and blue screen
    (ones during the partition formation it said something about the hd no
    being GTI)

    Does any one have any suggestions on how to fix this. I thought abou
    removing the HD again and then format it from another computer. And the
    put it back in and install Vista again?

    Razz98, Feb 11, 2009
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