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Blue sreen problem occurs either faulure of Hardware or software and solution is right the message which is displayed on blue screen so you need to look at message once and follow the procedure according to blue screen.
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STOP 0x2 DEVICE_QUEUE_NOT_BUSY error code has a value that is 0x00000002. This is a fatal error typically known as STOP message or Blue Screen of Death (BSOD). This error generally occurs in Windows XP but may also occur in latest version of Windows such as Windows Vista or windows 7. The computer may stop responding without warning. Moreover, your computer may give error messages like STOP 0x00000002 error or related errors and if blue screen appeared then you may have to restart the system in the mean time of your work due to which unsaved work will be lost. Cause of Error:
You may be using corrupted profile in your system which raised this problem
The device driver of your system is not updated
Malfunction of hardware usually is the cause of error such as STOP 0x2 DEVICE_QUEUE_NOT_BUSY or similar error
Registry database of your system may have corrupted or modified erroneously by invalid application
You have installed new hardware unsystematic or installed unknown application
Spyware has infected the PC
Antivirus software is not working
The operating system or application might have run out of usable memory.
This is one of the serious problem in computer if it is not resolved instantly then it might create some more unexpected error. STOP 0x00000002 error and its related error will disturb you all the time and you may have to bear loss of data. When blue screen of death appear on your monitor screen then you need to restart directly whether you have saved your work or not. Therefore, you are suggested to fix STOP 0x00000002 error as earliest possible.
How to Fix: To fix STOP 0x00000002 error you need to follow the following methods.
If this error occurs in your pc then you will have to restart the PC and then press F8 key before appearing Windows. You will see a black screen with white text giving many options. Select the option "Last Known Good Configuration" and press Enter. If you have configured the computer improperly then it may fix the error.
If you have installed any hardware in your system then the chances is more that the device driver is not updated and thus errors of type STOP are given at the time of operation. You must download latest drivers.
If your system does not become stable then you need to try scanning of registry with this tool. Since, registry keeps all configurations of your system if it gets impaired then you must download registry repairing softwareand repair it .
Mostly, spyware has been the reason of various errors in computer system. Spyware damages files in the computer system and if once damaged then it is no longer used and it also corrupt registry database. The file which is infected by virus may be a program file, system file etc. If STOP 0x00000002 error occur in spite of antivirus then download anti spyware to scan your computer.
Hope this information will help.
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It is an indication that Windows is about to crash. You must do the following immediately:
1. Back up all your data if possible to a different drive. Or at least out of C:\Windows folder where MY Computer resides.
2. Go to www.ccleaner.com. And download CCleaner, the registry cleaner. What happens is that all programs registry themselves with Windows Registry. When yo uninstall the some do remove their traces from the registry, most do not. And the registry keeps bloating. This not only slows down the PC but also can cause a crash when a lot of junk is there. So use this CCleaner and remove all the junk from the registry. And you may not have to reinstall Windows. And if you have to then you have to and are prepared for it by having taken a backup of your data.
I suspect a program or driver for a hardware device was just installed prior to this error. Best thing to do is to use Windows Restore and use a restore point dated before the first occurance of the error. You may need to repeat this process choosing previous restore points until system is back to normal or you have run out of restore points.
Startup computer and go into safe mode (Press F5 key as computer is starting up but before you see the Windows logo screen).
Open your Windows Vista Start menu, select All Programs, select System Tools, and then choose System Restore.
Use the System Restore Wizard to choose a restore point/date that was created before the error started occurring on your Windows Vista computer.
Revert your system configuration to this same restore point.
If error still occurs and you had other restore points, you can repeat process with older restore points.
If you have gone back several points and still cannot, you may have not choice but to do a full Windows restore. This can result in a loss of data.
If you get to this point, re-post here for instructs on how to possibly save data before doing a full restore.
Hi, I doubt that this has nothing to do with counterfeiting and you will get a little box in the bottom right hand side of the screen saying so. The problem should be fixed by running a System Restore and take the machine back to a date before the problems occurred.
Be sure to backup your documents and music. Don't wanna lose those.
If the error started appearing soon after you have installed a new application
or device driver, then it is possible that the error is occurring due to
problems in the installation. To fix the error in this case, uninstall the
software you installed and reinstall it.
Many times, errors related to DLL files, such as Msvcr71.dll, occur due to
malware infections. Download, install and run Malwarebytes.
his behavior may occur if any one of the following conditions is true:
Your Windows XP CD-ROM is scratched, smudged, or dirty.
Clean the Windows XP CD-ROM with a soft cloth, insert it in the CD-ROM drive,
and then click OK.
Your CD-ROM drive is not working correctly or the CD-ROM
might be vibrating too much for the laser to accurately read the data. For more
information about this problem, see your hardware documentation or contact the
If you are using multiple CD-ROM drives, your computer may
be trying to locate files on the wrong drive. If your hardware has a feature to
disable CD-ROM drives that are not being used, disable the CD-ROM drives that
you are not using.
Your computer is over-clocked. Because over-clocking is
very memory-intensive, decoding errors may occur when you extract files from
your Windows XP CD-ROM.
Try to use the default clock timings for your motherboard
and processor. For more information about how to do this, see your hardware
documentation or contact the motherboard manufacturer.
Your computer has damaged or mismatched random access
memory (RAM) or cache memory. For example, you might be using a combination of
extended data out (EDO) and non-EDO RAM, or different RAM speeds.
Decoding errors may occur even if Windows appears to be running correctly.
These errors occur because of the additional stress that is put on your
computer when Windows tries to extract files and to access the hard
To determine how to make your computer cache memory unavailable
while you are running the Setup program, see your hardware documentation or
contact your hardware manufacturer.
Ultra direct memory access (DMA) is turned on in your
computer's CMOS settings, and the data is moving too quickly.
Change from DMA mode to Processor Input/Output (PIO) mode
to lower your data transfer rate. If this does not resolve the problem, lower
your PIO mode settings. The higher your PIO mode settings are, the faster your
data transfer is.
You are using a third-party memory manager.
There is a virus on your computer.
If you continue to receive this error message, copy the i386
folder from the CD-ROM drive to your local hard disk, and then try to run the
Setup program from your hard disk.