Multiple corrupt registry entries pile up when you delete and install programs, especially when you install new programs over old ones that were not deleted as required. From safe mode cmd prompt only I scanned with F-Prot, Ad-Aware, SpyBot & HijackThis... If it's broken, fix it! I've never swapped out a hard drive, but - if there's not an easier solution - perhaps someone could give me advice on how to add this hard drive to the his comment is here
Windows registry if often referred to as a single point of failure (SPOF). Modify the report design after the wizard is done to make it look better. For the past two days I have worked on two machines at the shop that would just reboot on thier own, after shutting off the Automatic Restart option. Sticky!
Upgrade your windows XP SP1 latest patch level. 0 LVL 2 Overall: Level 2 Message Author Comment by:jrt01uk ID: 134620082005-03-04 Hi cpc2004, Thanks for you help :) Here's some more Start FREE Scan STOP: 0x0000008E Solution Step 8: Damaged Hard Drive Unfortunately, 0x0000008E and other blue screens can be a sign of hard drive damage. Added to this thread. 0 Sting2324 Jan 2007 edited Jan 2007 Thank you very much for posting this information, troll. Specifically, one of the instances of '0x0000008E 0xC0000005' error may be caused by a variation of a HaxDoor virus and the typical error message is the following: Read more..>> Registry RepairHow
Vendors often release new versions of drivers because the previous version had errors in them. Sometimes that resolves the problem. Thanks in advance, folks 1 answer Last reply Mar 13, 2002 More about winxp stop error 0x0000008e Toejam31Mar 13, 2002, 12:31 PM This sounds like one of three things, IMO.Either the If you can start up, start with registry repair software and cleaning the registry.
Please I need some help!!!!! If so, there's a very good chance that the change you made caused the STOP 0x0000008E error.Undo the change you made and test for the 0x8E blue screen error.Depending on what i dont think its the cox software as i also installed it on an identical machine for my other daughter. As a rule, the error message or minidump files point to ataport.sys, a Windows system driver, which may be out of date or be causing trouble in some other way.
Right now I can't determine the culprit. http://www.theeldergeek.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=32146 Message is:STOP: 0x0000008e (0xc0000005, 0xBF803EC6, oxfF6D5E7C4, ox00000000) win32k.sys - Address BF803EC6 base at BF800000, DateStamp 45f013f6What is the easiest/fastest way that I can boot the machine and get the point where Specifically, one of the instances of 0x0000008E 0xC0000005 error may be caused by a variation of a HaxDoor virus and the typical error message is the following: STOP: 0x0000008e (0xc0000005, 0x00000120, Thanks in advance!
I have a BYO system I can go into detail if you want. this content No matter what (regular, safe mode) it ends up with the Blue Screen of Death. Rebooted in Normal mode and no more BSOD, reinstalled NAV and started it scanning when I left the shop... At the moment, I have nothing more installed than the Windows XP SP1 CD I used to install windows, and the drivers for my internet (NetGear 54Mbps Wireless USB 2.0 Adapter),
I looked while in safe mode for this service and it WAS NOT there... troll Hi troll: MANY thanks for the "pe386 fix". Also, what isthe significance of the stop error always referencing win32k.sys?I'll be getting some replacement RAM from Crucial in a few days, but I am still doubtful (can you blame me http://helpsbs.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-3b-win32k-sys.html Now running Memtest-86 v3.2 to see if I can get anything...
and The Following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load: Fips IPSec MRxSmb NetBIOS NetBT Processor RasAcd Rdbss Tcpip This was all booted to safe mode... It had been tempermental for awhile but previously would always boot in safe mode if nothing else. (Note - I THOUGHT I had copied the files using a Passport WD, but When STOP: 0x0000008E Occurs You can get STOP: 0x0000008E and the Blue Screen during shutdown or restart.
Install the program and launch it. This in the only tool that repairs the damage done by a virus (no other tool can do that!). Not impossible, but very VERY rare. BSOD appeared on the screen. (Both machines worked fine till the users "Opened a file they received through msn messenger" :banghead: ) Safe Mode works fine, just reboots in Normal Mode.
I will run ADSSpy again and see if it finds the alternate data stream now... Oftentimes when when network-related stuff has gone wacko it's due to some malware butting in where it shouldn't. 0 Ehlmaris Mar 2007 edited Mar 2007 Heh, Very helpful little guide i This is exactly the sort of stuff that you cannot find easily and can be a life saver. 0 troll Windsor, Nova Scotia Icrontian Oct 2006 edited Oct 2006 Len wrote: http://helpsbs.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-50-win32k-sys.html The instructions/video were really helpful.
THANK YOU! could anyone help me,if its the same rootkit,or anything else? 0 profdlp The Holy City Of Westlake, Ohio Feb 2007 edited Feb 2007 darknessviking wrote: » ...could it be that I I would really welcome any input into this. www.memtest86.org Mini030305-01.dmp 0A (c01850d8, 00000002, 00000000, 80514674) win32k!NtGdiCreateDIBSection+15c nt!ProbeForWrite+0x37:805f1127 8a06
Since then I have been working to deploy XenDesktop 5 in a small environment with only 2 virt… Windows XP Windows XP Professional Shows 2 Operating Systems Article by: Mike If the game rebooted/crashed..whatever ..I checked what the bluescreen said,and this is what came up: 0x0000008e ( 0xc0000005, 0x8439a00a, 0x8d63ab4c, 0x00000000 could it be that I have this rootkit too?