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To set a system restore point: 1. Reply 0 Re: Blue Screen after Windows Vista SP2 installed on my TouchSmart IQ770 12-16-2009 12:08 PM All, I ran across this thread after having the exact same problem (constant BSOD However, this newer hotfix http://support.microsoft.com/kb/975163/contains even newer versions of all the files in question.To get this to install, I went into safemode and disabled the wireless network card. First Time Here? useful reference

I give Evan a two thumbs up: I used his first option and in 5 minutes problem solved. This morning, it would display the BSD and crash, and would not start again: it displayed thewhite on black screen with start up options and I tried everything from"start windows normally" Reply 0 0 Telegram_Sam Top Student Posts: 7 Member Since: ‎10-09-2009 Message 9 of 13 (5,209 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Blue Screen after Windows Vista SP2 installed on my TouchSmart Kamran comment on cary me too… i even called best buy and asked dem if i could switch..but i was not under the 14 days return policy…but definitely from now onward This Site

It will boot to the normal mode with the service pack 1 on the Computer. Kamran comment on cary me too… i even called best buy and asked dem if i could switch..but i was not under the 14 days return policy…but definitely from now onward Method 1 (Safe Mode) Step 1: Restart your computer and continuously tap the F8 key while it is restarting.  You will eventually see the ‘Advanced Boot Options’ screen, where you need I remember I installed SP2 and it seemed fine for a day or two.

You might be asked for the admin or username password from Windows to access the C drive, but so long as you have that, you should be fine. Will let you know how it goes. Check the Technical Support no from the below mentions link: http://www.microsoft.com/worldwide/default.aspx Note: Few of the application/softwares may not work fine, please reinstall that particular application to make sure that it works Proffitt Forum moderator / August 29, 2008 2:12 AM PDT In reply to: Good to know http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&cc=us&docname=c01394456&dlc=enYou bet everyone knows to do that.

Proffitt Forum moderator / August 29, 2008 1:05 AM PDT In reply to: Wasn't that HP has some tweaks they want us to do before SP1. Long story short.. I am not opposed to installing an alternative, like Pidgin, as a cop-out fix. I used safe mode with networking and was able to follow the link to a helpful note online that explained this same process.

Do we install or not? Seriously, thank you so much for this. I auto unwittingly updated and installed this Vista 64 file yesterday and have been cursing my Sony laptoptop (FW378J) ever since. Affected are not just Vista SP2 editions, but also Windows Server 2008 SP2 SKUs, Microsoft informs.

It should just be a matter of copying the files across to the external drive.I then DL the vista package which yoyo has listed. http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Video-Display-and-Touch/Blue-Screen-after-Windows-Vista-SP2-installed-on-my/td-p/135457 Reply 0 0 bsobel Top Student Posts: 1 Member Since: ‎12-16-2009 Message 7 of 13 (5,272 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Blue Screen after Windows Vista SP2 installed on my TouchSmart Boot into the USB and run the recovery console, which may repair your Windows Vista for you.Please note that the link above is from a third party site and I cant Also, the Vaio update page has recognized this as a FAQ and can instruct you.

I always say that anyone who likes Vista has never used Windows 7. see here Gozer I have a 3 week old Dell Optiplex 760 that emulates the exact same problem as you describe. As my PC was under warranty, I worked several hours with Dell Support, ultimately restoring to a point prior to the upload of the patches. I put my Vista Installation Disk in theDVD drive, and that worked, but the BSD issue still remains.

evanw Hi Rick, What error number are you getting on the blue screen? i requested the Hotfix. Click the "System Protection" tab in the following window. 4. this page They think they are speaking English, but they are not.

Thank you. In my experience, they work very well and I typically give them out to people who need protection. Like one of your correspondents above I have also stored you in my favourites.

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Thanks again. Thanks in advance evanw Try Method 2 in the guide (reverting to a previous system restore point) and let me know if that fixes the problem. If you call it in they will tell you exactly how to recover from this and what you should have done in advance to avoid it. Evan Wondrasek You are welcome!

Looked up advice, booted into safe mode, cleaned up drivers, etc.Rebooted, now a BSOD with "tried to execute memory in non executable memory" or something like that.... My laptop (dv6) is 4 weeks old so do I even need this update since it deals with the Vista Service Pack? Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion Get More Info Any idea which one is causing my troubles?

Users: Threads: Forums: Search: Go to advanced search page Page 1 of 2 « ‹ 1 2 › » › funkey_monkey Registered User 18-Dec-2012 18:04 #1 Hi, I hope this is Step 5: Click Restart Now.  Your computer should now function properly.  If not, try Method 2 below. I'm going to run ChkDsk soon. I have also disabled automatic updates.

Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Vista service pack 1 makes blue screen of death! Here's a link to their information on the 2nd version of KB973879: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/973879 AD5 Thanks, Evan! There is data on the C: which the owner does not want to lose.I cannot power up in Safe Mode. Bill Looks like Microsoft has been informed: "Important A known issue was found with this update.

Best Buy want to charge me as well. regards, Eddie edgar Hi , Evan I have same problem of BSOD mentioned. I was going to suggest using the Windows Repair console from the Vista installation area after booting into the CD.If theres vital data on it, you could dock the drive to I restored my computer back on Aug 23 (did not have Aug 24 point) and erased microsoft update.

Thanks again…. I have also disabled automatic updates. edgar Hi , Evan I have same problem of BSOD mentioned. My manuscript was due to my agent and I was stroking out.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - It happened to me, too! I passed your info on to a friend and it saved him a ton of time and headache. Thanks again. I'm on a new profile, on a domain.

Sorry this maybe offtopic., but I am sooooooo upset and wanted to share my anger with somebody……….. Once the windows is activated then the windows updates and service pack 2 installation should go fine.   If you still get any error message in installing or checking for windows Boot from the Windows Vista Disk ( Press any key to boot to the DVD) , then it will load the windows files and the select Install Now, next screen select