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Samsung laptop RV511 BSOD


The BSOD is usually a sign that there is either a driver or hardware problem. If you have added anything since you got the laptop you should remove it. You should also try and run the system in "Safe Mode" (press F8 at startup). This causes the system to run without the specific drivers, and uses generic drivers.

May 21, 2013 | Samsung Rv511-a01 Laptop

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Blue Screen of Death - How Do I Fix It


Those who are using Windows operating system are aware about the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) and may be they have faced it in their PCs. This is a common error which usually occurred when something wrong with PC in hardware and software. Sometime it occurred when some major problem has been created in PC but it also come when a minor corruption occurred in it. So, the most important thing to recover the desktop screen is to detect the problem.<br /><br />Blue Screen of Death has not proper technical guideline to solve but it has various way to resolve - depends upon condition or error. Sometime it automatically resolves by restarting the PC but sometime it take great effort and time to resolve. In short there is no simple answer of "how the blue screen of death can be resolved?"<br /><br />To get the desktop screen and resolve the BSOD, user has to recognize the error. This error detection can only be done manually because both parts - hardware and software, are checked one by one. At the blue screen the error is displayed but this display shows the error in computer codes which are not easy to understand by the user. But these codes help to diagnose the error. So, once you get the BSOD error write down it on a paper.<br /><br />Unfortunately, if you couldn't get success to resolve the BSOD by rebooting the machine, then you have to do some effort for resolving the problem. It is not easy to concise the instruction of all resolving method that's why there are some hints to resolve but if you cannot resolve the blue screen error through the following guideline, then write the error code on search engine and get method for resolving through Internet.<br /><br />The first method of diagnosis the problem is to check the windows at safe mode. If you couldn't get success to reach the desktop screen in safe mode that's means there must be a hardware problem. One of your computer physical devices has been corrupted or destroyed. To resolve the screen in this condition check your devices one by one in other PC.<br /><br />If you get desktop screen in safe mode, so you're PC has software or driver problem. Once you reach at the desktop screen, scan your PC through anti-virus immediately. The anti-virus will detect the software if there will be anything wrong. If anti-virus detects any software which is virus infected, uninstall and delete the software immediately from your computer, then re-install the windows because your PC have get the virus.<br /><br />Sometime both of the above method has been failed and computer reached at the desktop screen in safe mode and anti-virus also doesn't find any infected file. This is the condition of driver failure. You have to re-install the driver to resolve the blue screen of death.<br /><br />

on Apr 19, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I am having frequent BSOD and also flash/shockwave player problems.. what to do ???


I can only assume that you have added some new hardware to your system recently. BSOD is usually an indication of a hardware conflict, caused by new hardware, Remove any new hardware and try again, BSOD can have other causes although hardware is the most common. Hope this helps.

Jan 12, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Im always having this BSOD "BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH' EVERYTIME i open it BSOD always appears.. and everytime it appears i do the" repair(recomended)" then it turns on.. and when i...


Hi Faith,

BSOD's can be caused by ....well, lots of things...Drivers, hardware incompatibility, operating system, etc. Also diagnosing the cause would require above average knowledge.

I would suggest upgrading all your hardware drivers to latest releases. If not fixed, a clean re-install of Windows should fix it. (remember to back up your data)

Jun 11, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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My computer starts to boot up then pauses for a while.Gives a flick of a blue screen. Then re-boots again.


Anyone using Windows has likely experienced the infamous 'Blue Screen of Death', a.k.a. 'Windows Stop Error'. This is a common error that occurs whenever Windows senses a software, hardware, or driver error preventing it from operating properly. So basically, almost anything from a minor glitch to a major system malfunction can cause this error to appear.

Sometimes this problem will go away with a simple reboot and you may never see the blue screen again. But more typically, the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) is an indication of something serious and it will not simply go away. In terms of how to fix the Blue Screen of Death, there is no simple answer to that. Fixing it means first diagnosing the problem to find out what is wrong with your PC.

First, a quick explanation of what the Blue Screen of Death is. This error occurs whenever Windows detects a serious problem from which it cannot recover. The operating system halts all operations and it displays diagnostic information on the blue screen. All Windows XP stop errors are numbered according to the circumstances that caused the error, these error codes can help in the diagnosis so it is a good idea to write down the error code whenever they show up.

If you are not one of the lucky ones who can fix the BSOD with a reboot, then you will need to do some diagnosis to resolve the problem. With all the possible reasons for the BSOD ranging from software to hardware, or hardware drivers, it is very difficult to list a precise set of instructions for every possibly BSOD. The first step is to narrow down the possible source of this problem.

If you are seeing the BSOD randomly, even when in safe mode, chances are it is a hardware issue. If you have recently installed new hardware, this may be the culprit. One solution may be to remove the new component to see if the problem goes away. If you have not installed anything new, then you will need to investigate further. If you are not comfortable unplugging and re-installing hardware in your PC, this may be a good time to have a technician look at it.

However, if you have ruled out a hardware issue, then you will need to start up your PC in safe mode. The first thing you should try in safe mode is a virus check and spyware scan of your entire system. If anything was found, eliminated the problem then try to restart Windows XP again in normal mode.

If nothing showed up on the scans, then boot up again in safe mode and use the built in system restore utility. When running your system in safe mode, you can still access all the recent restore points created by the system restore utility. Run your system from the last known 'good configuration'. On the other hand, if you know a recent software installation is the cause, then restore to the point created at that date.

If none of these suggestions has fixed your problem, then you will need to delve even further into troubleshooting this error. If you were able to copy down the information from the blue screen error message, you can try searching online for some further advice or suggestions on how to fix it. For any error that you encounter, there are probably many others who have experienced it before, so you may be able to get some answers with a little research. The bottom line with this error is that you will need to be patient as it may require a lot of trial and error.
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Apr 12, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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When i plug the hard drive my computer wont detect. only the bios can detect.and i cant reformat it it says.a problem has been detected. i boot it from cd and after the windows setup it displays" a...


This usually happens when u fit any hardware to the system....The information which u gave seems its "Blue Screen of Death" or "BSOD" ........ if u have seen this screen only after u plugged in yr HDD, try with other HDD. Perhaps there might be an error with the HDD which u have plugged in.

Jun 13, 2010 | Seagate U6 (ST340810A) 40 GB Hard Drive

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Will not load windows,installs all of the files, but a blue screen appears, with error codes


I had the same issue with my Toshiba Sattelite L305 and I had to send to Toshiba to repair, hopefully your is under warranty

Dec 10, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite A105 Notebook

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Kernel stack inpage error


Hi Janhams,

Unfortunately the screen you are seeing has a name for it "the BSOD" or blue screen of death (click here for more info). by your description of the clicking sounds id say that it is an intermediate to serious hardware problem, but there are so many reasons for the BSOD that its hard to nail it down to just one.
That said the BSOD can happen because of conflicting software and/or hardware failures. Think back a bit and try to remember if you put any new software on the pc before this started happening. If you did, try uninstalling that software.

If the answer is no then:

If it were my PC as soon as i see the BSOD I would replace the RAM memory and wait to see if it happens again. You can find the RAM just inside the CPU its an easy job (couple of screws and your done) and i can walk you through it if you like.
If it did happen again I would reformat the hard drive and again wait to see if the BSOD shows its ugly head.
If you follow the two steps above and you still get the BSOD then you know that its a more serious hardware problem and needs some hands on maintenance by a professional.


If you choose to reformat and want to do it yourself please click on my profile and ask me How do i reformat.

Nov 12, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Acer aspire 5572 problem


your problem is called BSOD (blue screen of death).
many thing can cause this problem.
most common thing that cause BSOD are Operating system, memory and harddrive.
sometime motherboard+cpu can cause BSOD too, but not as often as memory+hdd+OS.
you should re-installed it first, if you still have BSOD,
ask your technician to check hdd and memory, if they can check motherboard + cpu, it would be good for you,

Jul 04, 2008 | Acer Aspire 5050-3242 Notebook

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BSOD


Apparently w22n51.sys is an Intel driver. It looks like this problem has been resolved by installing the latest Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG drivers that you can find here...

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Filter_Results.aspx?strOSs=All&strTypes=all&ProductID=1637&OSFullName=All%20Operating%20Systems&lang=eng

Another resolution I've seen posted in forums is to disable the Intel software or uninstalling it completely and allowing Windows to mange wireless connection.

Hope this helps!

May 02, 2008 | Gateway 4520GZ Notebook

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