Signature problemm Blue Screen

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Magnadel, Dec 12, 2007.

  1. Magnadel

    Magnadel Guest

    Problem signature - Blue Screen

    Hey guys i've been having strange blue screen show up every so often it only
    happens when I am turning my computer on. It starts to boot up then i get a
    blue screen message which goes away before you get half a chance to read it.
    It then proceeds to tell you that there is an error in opening windows I am
    running vista ultimate x64, it tells me i have to restoe my computer i click
    yes its start again until next time it happens. Why and how can I fix this
    annoying thing - all the info i have on this is:

    Problem signature - Blue Screen
    O.S Version - 6.0.6000.
    Lacale ID - 5129

    Additional info about the Problem:

    Bccode - CE
    Bcp1 - FFFFF9800466c9e8
    Bcp2 - 0000000000000008
    Bcp3 - FFFFF9800466c9e8
    Bcp4 - 0000000000000000
    os version - 6_0_6000
    Service pack - 0_0
    Product - 256_1

    Files that help describe the problem:


    That is it could you please help me ask any questions needed as i dont know
    where to start

    Magnadel, Dec 12, 2007
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  2. Magnadel

    Bob Guest


    This is probably due to a BIOS problem and/or a registry issue.

    Blue Screen Erros also referred as Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) is a critical
    windows operating system error. It can be caused due to a corrupt registry,
    bad DLL's or due to a physical dump of memory. When you boot up your
    computer, Windows will create a memory dump file and then you see the
    dreaded blue screen followed by either a complete computer shutdown or an
    option to 'repair'

    I suggest you try a registry clean (something like Registry Easy ). You can do a free online scan at the URL I
    have provided here. If this shows registry errors, and you havent got a
    registry tool, I suggest you obtain one and clean the registry. If the
    problem persists after this, check the computer manufactures webiste for a
    Vists compatible BIOS.

    Hope this helps.

    Bob, Dec 12, 2007
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