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Continues rebooting I'm using Vista Home Premium on my laptop. My laptop will go to blue screen and prompt me "a problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer" It then will prompt me with an error string. Examples; Page_fault_in_nopaged_area, Maximum_wait_objects_exceeded, No_more_IRP_stack_locations, Bad_pool_header, and etc. Everytime it tries to reboot it comes up with a blue screen and a different error. Is there any thing I can do?

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  • Dana Scott Sep 17, 2008

    I'm receiving multiple stop errors every time it reboots;

    page fault in nonpaged area Stop: 0x00000050 (0x00000000, 0x804050fb, 0x00000008,0xc00000000)

    Bad Pool header 19 ( same , 0x8cee3878, same , same )

    No more IRP stack locations 35

    IRQL not less or equal A0

    Bad driver 99

    Etc...........

    The stop ID and parameter 2 are the only different numbers for the stop errors. All other parameters are the same. I am currently receiving a list of 10 stop messages/codes and the software will continue to prompt" restarting". It starts to boot up and another error appears. I have to shutdown/ restart the laptop to get out of this loop. Usually this doesn't occur until approx. 20 minutes of the laptop being on. Sometime it runs several hours without a problem. Could it be the hard drive? I

  • froggus May 11, 2010

    A "Blue Screen Of Death" (BSOD) usually indicates a problem with the hardware or a bad driver, most often the RAM or hard disk. It results in a stop error which takes the form:

    STOP 0x000000?? (parameter1, parameter2, parameter3, parameter4)

    Can you post this stop error?


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OK it is going to be difficult to solve this one with so many different errors. Given that this is windows Vista it is probably a bad driver. Possibly the graphics card driver. Also vista is quite punishing on hard disks so we'll start there.
First off take a backup of all your documents photos videos etc. because the check disk can cause havoc if it finds a lot of errors and can take down windows altogether. Also you must be prepared to re-install windows so make sure you have a recovery method (recovery CD's or a hidden partition on the Hard Disk) If the hard disk is truly borked though it might take the hidden partition with it. Proceed with caution and make sure you can get the PC back up and running if the worst happens.

First run a check disk. In My Computer, right click on the c drive, click on properties - tools - check drive for errors, then restart your computer and let the chkdsk run.

Post back here with the outcome.

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