each time I put a game in the dvd drive I get the infamous B.S.O.D.......I took apicture of it and would some caould decypher and let me know what is the problem and how to fis it . the link to picture is below
thanks very much for any help
yes i to am having a bsiod everynow and then as i have a pci bus memory conflict , many have said to do a maemory remap but i cant find it anywhere in my bios even read the manual and no details about it and its a newish board, as it surports ddr3. -.-
Any ideas what else they called it? ior where to find it as microsoft link was f**king useless, just like the company nowadays they rush everything, windows7 is a rush and a bollocks also if you tried the beta
Think ima get cairo shell aternative when i fix this bloody bsod .
well lads I tried everything on that link but DENADA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I run Vista home premuim and most of those links refer to XP or window 2000......
if you have any luck check this message error and parameter ..if you find ansanswer let me know ..I tried everything on google ..good luck
0X000000E3( 0X8A674CD8,0X85391AD0, 0XB2946768, 0X00000003)
GOOD LUCK i am thinking of given up and doing a reinstall ..will mean days ..reinstalling all latest drivers , windows update, program etc...what else to do
nobody seems to have an answer
thank you for your answer.
1) up to my knowledge I do not have any symantec product on my PC
2) all my USB are stated as fine in "device manager"
3) I run Window vista home premuim SP1
thank you for your patience and time and effort in trying to help.
hope this will allow your research a better result and wait to hear from you
tank you very much once again
The link redirection could indicate the presence of a Trojan Virus, this provided download link is to a program that is not free, but you can install the trial of it and run a scan of your machine, if it is infected it will report its findings but will not clean your machine unless you buy the software subscription.
At least it will tell you one way or another if Spyware is your problem and tell you what it is.