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  • I have been getting this blue screen for a month now. i was using Win xp sp2 earlier. I changed to Windows 7 , it is still coming. I changed my ram, its still coming. 

    here are the details of the last one i faced.

     

    Problem signature:

      Problem Event Name: BlueScreen

      OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1

      Locale ID: 1033

     

    Additional information about the problem:

      BCCode: be

      BCP1: 8CC0ECDC

      BCP2: 0ACD8020

      BCP3: 8C12EC50

      BCP4: 0000000E

      OS Version: 6_1_7600

      Service Pack: 0_0

      Product: 256_1

     

    Files that help describe the problem:

      C:\Windows\Minidump\021711-26781-01.dmp

      C:\Users\sandeep\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-67187-0.sysdata.xml

     

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    Please help me out as its really becoming a problem and its frequency is increasing. Thanks.

    Thursday, February 17, 2011 7:52 AM

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  • The Blue Screen error is quite frequent in computers which leads to freezing of the boot process.

    Why?

    The error occurs due to MBR corruption, or some corrupted driver or mismatch of the RAM or often due to virus attack.

    Solution:

    You can recover your normal screen smoothly by following the given steps:

    Steps 1. Turn off and then on your PC.
    If the problem is in Windows then just shut down your system and restart. Shut the machine down completely and leave it for at least 20 seconds before switching it back on again. This also applies with external devices. If it’s a USB device try unplugging it and plugging it back into a different socket. It will ask the OS to reload the driver once again.

    Steps 2. Visit the Action Centre
    The Windows 7 comes with a feature called Action Centre to provide instant solution. Click on the flag in the far right of the taskbar will open the Action Centre. Check here for any solutions. You can click on the Troubleshooting link to find solutions to problems using Microsoft automatic problem reporting tool. The Action Centre comes in Windows 7 versions only.

    Steps 3. Visit Microsoft Fix it
    The Microsoft carries a unique sit called “Microsoft Fix it” to solve many issues.

    Steps 4. Try Windows Update
    If you find a problem  being caused by a driver or is an issue with Windows itself, it’s possible that an update will fix the problem is already available via Windows Update. Have a look at all the optional and recommended updates as well as just the critical ones, as this is where a lot of driver and software updates tend to appear.

    Steps 5. Reinstall the Driver
    If you have hardware problems then dig out the original disc that came with your hardware and try to reinstall the driver. You can then reinstall the drivers through Windows Update or from the disc that came with your hardware.

    NOTE: Be careful while uninstalling display or network drivers as this could render your screen blank or take you off the internet.

    Steps 6. Clean up Windows
    You can manage your hard disk by disk cleanup and CCleaner. If your problems are caused by performance issues you can clean up Windows. Start Menu will find disk cleanup which does an admirable job of stripping out temporary and rubbish files that can slow Windows down. CCleaner will clean up the computer’s registry. Restart the computer after the action.

    Steps 7. Run the System File Checker
    From the Start Menu open the command prompt and type SFC /SCANNOW. It will run the System File Checker. You will need your Windows install disc in your optical drive for this to work. It will scan all your Windows files and see if any have become corrupt. If it finds any it will replace them with the originals from the install disc.

    Steps 8. Reinstall the software
    Some issue may arise due to the application software not due to the OS. Reinstalling or repairing it will solve the case. Find the Programs and Features from the control panel in Windows 7 and search for the program, and go for  “Repair” option for that program. Failing that uninstalling and reinstalling your program might fix the problem.
    Windows 7
    Thursday, February 17, 2011 10:47 AM
  • Bug Check 0xBE: ATTEMPTED_WRITE_TO_READONLY_MEMORY

    This is issued if a driver attempts to write to a read-only memory segment.

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff560161%28VS.85%29.aspx

    To see the cause I have to take a look at the dumps with the Debugging Tools for Windows.

    Please start the Windows Explorer and go to the folder C:\Windows\Minidump. Next, copy the dmp files to your desktop, zip all dmp into 1 zip file and upload the zip file to your public Skydrive [1] folder and post a link here.

    André

    [1] http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7itproui/thread/4fc10639-02db-4665-993a-08d865088d65


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    • Proposed as answer by Miya Yao Wednesday, February 23, 2011 9:37 AM
    • Marked as answer by Miya Yao Wednesday, February 23, 2011 9:45 AM
    Thursday, February 17, 2011 12:49 PM