Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by new york, Feb 9, 2007.

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    new york Guest

    microsoft is not helping nothing in vista !!
    a stop:0x00000124 crash to a blue screen after clean install of windows
    vista .
    crash when trying to play video sample thats came w vista .
    the hight df driver crashing the computer .
    re install realtk R156 drivers for vista 32 b ultimate then a crash !

    why canot resolve this ?

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    new york, Feb 9, 2007
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    Chad Harris Guest

    MSFT would help more if they had quality support. They have a contractor
    (just like all the US gov agencies do--lol the dumbass US gov hired
    contractors to investigate fraud, waste and corruption among
    contractors--who is Convergys of Ohio who outsources predominantly to Indian
    Call centers who can't speak English let alone tell the Start Button from
    their belly button.

    If you were a softie you'd be able to get support from your building on the
    campus. Otherwise you need to learn to use Newsgroups like this one. BTT
    when you complain on a newsgroup, it's only by accident if a softie reads

    You could use Startup Repair (which can fix major Vista components' problems
    even when you are not in a No boot situation:;en-us;902932

    You run the startup repair tool this way:

    How To Run Startup Repair In Vista Ultimate (Multiple Screenshots)

    Note The computer must be configured to start from a CD or from a DVD. For
    information about how to configure the computer to start from a CD or from a
    DVD, see the information that came with the computer.
    2. Restart the computer. To do this, click Start, click the arrow next to
    the Lock button, and then click Restart.

    This usually means that you enter bios setup by whatever key or keys
    (sometimes there is more than one key that will do it for your model--go to
    pc manufacturer site) and configure CD to be first in the boot order.

    See for ref:
    Access/Enter Motherboard BIOS

    Note If you cannot restart the computer by using this method, use the power
    button to turn off the computer. Then, turn the computer back on.
    3. Set your language preference, and then click Next.

    Note In most cases, the startup repair process starts automatically, and you
    do not have the option to select it in the System Recovery Options menu.
    4. Click Repair your computer.
    5. In the System Recovery Options dialog box, click the operating system
    that you want to repair, and then click Next.
    6. In the System Recovery Options menu, click Startup Repair to start the
    repair process.
    7. When the repair process is complete, click Finish.

    Additional References for Startup Repair With Screenshots:

    How to Use Startup Repair:

    ***Accessing Windows RE (Repair Environment):***

    1) Insert Media into PC (the DVD you burned)

    2) ***You will see on the Vista logo setup screen after lang. options in the
    lower left corner, a link called "System Recovery Options."***

    Screenshot: System Recovery Options (Lower Left Link)

    Screenshot: (Click first option "Startup Repair"

    How To Run Startup Repair In Vista Ultimate (Multiple Screenshots)

    3) Select your OS for repair.

    4) Its been my experience that you can see some causes of the crash from
    theWin RE feature:

    You'll have a choice there of using:

    1) Startup Repair
    2) System Restore
    3) Complete PC Restore

    You could also:

    Try to F8 to the Windows Adv Options Menu>try 3 safe modes there (I don't
    use WGA) and Last Known Good>then I go to Win RE in Vista. That gives you a
    choice of Safe Mode, Safe Mode with Networking,and Safe Mode with Command

    These methods are outlined in

    A description of the Safe Mode Boot options in Windows XP/and Vista

    You will need this reference:

    How to start the System Restore tool at a command prompt in Windows XP

    The command to use for system restore at the safe mode cmd prompt is:


    The reason for doing this is one of these choices may work, when the other
    doesn't. My experience is that people do not fully try F8 when they think
    or have said they have. It is that they can almost always reach Windows
    Advanced Options though.

    Good luck,

    Chad Harris, Feb 9, 2007
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    Zim Babwe Guest

    By outsourcing, they can keep the price of their OS really, really, cheap!!!
    Oops, did I say that? What I meant to say is that Mr. Billionair Gates
    wants more cash and stock so he cheaps out on support.
    Zim Babwe, Feb 9, 2007
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    BSchnur Guest

    These days I doubt it is Gates...
    BSchnur, Feb 11, 2007
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    Nina DiBoy Guest

    It's more Ballmer than anyone else.

    Priceless quotes in group:

    Most recent idiotic quote added to KICK (Klassic Idiotic Caption Kooks):
    "Nope. Just CLUELESS CUNTS LIKE YOU too stupid to work it out. Thank
    the bittorent brigade."

    "Good poets borrow; great poets steal."
    - T. S. Eliot
    Nina DiBoy, Feb 12, 2007
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    hobz Guest

    Try to diable the "C1E" setting in your BIOS.
    It is usually found under the CPU-menu in the BIOS.
    hobz, Apr 22, 2007
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