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Blue screen code

When i plug into usb ports , pinter ect. i get a blue screen with this code#
stop oxoooooofc (oxf794c8e8,oxo75c6963,0xf794c848,oxooooooo1) i am runing windows xp.

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  • willscott2 Oct 31, 2008

    yes.all the ports

  • willscott2 Oct 31, 2008

    under universal seral bus controller, which usb do i uninstall?

  • willscott2 Oct 31, 2008

    techniwiz working like new! thank you so much! your the man!

  • talentschild Nov 06, 2008

    I have the same exact problem with my laptop. Dell came out and replaced the mother board and ut still isnt working. What do I do now?


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All the ports?

Posted on Oct 31, 2008

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    Ali Khambati Oct 31, 2008

    okie try uninstalling the usb driver from the device manager and than restart the system and than chk it ... if it still doesnt work u have a faulty motherboard ... if usb ports on motherboard faulty ... add a usb card ... they come in the form of pci cards

  • Ali Khambati
    Ali Khambati Oct 31, 2008

    uninstall all of them ... if u have a usb mouse keyboard at one point the mouse or keyboard wont work if mouse doesnt work use keyboard but delete all of them and delete the usb root hubs and than restart the system and before doing that u have to disconnect all the usb device connected to the system accept the keyboard and mose


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