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When I start my computer after hibernation,an error comes in blue screen.It's name is KERNEL_STACK_INPAGE_ERROR.After that I cannot log on my computer again.Windows reloads again newly.

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It could be a virus, or a bad hard drive. If you have it running now run an anti virus scan on it to determine the first. If that comes up clean go to this link from Microsoft's support site to try their diagnoses.

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Try rebooting it.

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Computer clicks then shows the kernel data inpage error screen


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Need to replace faulty driver on Kernel stack


No problem. just google the brand name of your computer with the word driver after it. You will get free downloadable and up to date drivers. Just click on the correct one and run it. It will automatically replace your old driver. Joe

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have you restarted the PC? If you have and it works, then this error is NOT too much to worry about... As long as the drive is Booting for now you can copy off your files etc to say a USB drive... You do not need to copy the programs etc, usually you simply copy over your "My Documents" or "Users" directories. As all files saved are generally "Under" there if you have any, anywhere else of course you need to get them as well. Now the drive may NOT be totally "Ruined" it may simply require a Re-Format, and then replace the Operating System. After which you can restore your settings. Below is a Microsoft link that tells you how.www.microsoft.com › ... › Computer Setup and Maintenance -
Either with the "Old" drive or a "New" drive. set BIOS to boot from CD/DVD and put the Windows Install DVD in the drive, boot of this and follow instructions, when you come to the place to partition & Format, do this and do a full NTFS format... after which your system will be installed and you can load your drivers and programs again Also before doing all this go to the manufacturers web site and download ALL drivers for your model PC & Operating System. You need to do this so you can install the drivers for all your Video, Sound, WiFi network etc. after you install your operating System

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The hinge is loose (there is a lot of Play ) and it goes to a blue screen with a kernel stack inpage error or black screen when i try to move the screen


Please stop using the laptop and have it serviced. You may be able to fix it yourseff if you're mechanically inclined and get yourself the service manual from Dell. I got mine for my Inspiron 9100 for about $10 from eBay.
The wires that feed the signal to the screen are located in the hinge area, and using the laptop in this condition is probably shorting the wires, causing the blue screen of death.
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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.

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