Bsod On Startup error details inside
Posted 15 February 2012 - 10:32 PM
Everytime i start the computer normally, after signing in i get a bsod after if spends ages loading.
I can get task manager up in this time if i ctrl+alt+del but i only have about 30 seconds. Explorer.exe is shown as running but the screen stays black and nothing loads till the bsod.
Bsod: I get the message IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL. Then at the bottom error message: 0x0000000A, 0x00000000, 0x00000002, 0x00000001, 0x82c3983c.
I dlded a few progs and updates recently so i assume its one of those. The last thing to happen before the first Bsod was a program called Regclean pro (which i didnt dl) had scheduled itself to "optimize my registry" on startup. It was after it did this the issues started.
Other info: on going to startup manager to see if it was something in there, one of these progs told me the following files no longer exist:
And ive read the first one is windows welcome center. So it seems like thats been deleted.
I can sign into the safe modes but with networking it wont connect to my wireless for some reason. Just local or limited. It normally will, ive done it before.
I have tried clean boots, system restore, chkdsk, Making a new user etc. I did a bootlog so i have that txtfile.
Startup repair generally finds no issues, apart from one earlier time when it said:
1 error, Root Cause-
No OS files found on disk. error code 0x490.
I should state aswell that at first the comp couldnt even make it to log in, it just went black. A system restore & chkdsk seemed to get it past that point.
So, thats where im at atm. Can anyone diagnose??
Posted 16 February 2012 - 02:57 PM
Yeah i did a memory test & chkdsk previously. Memory test found no errors, i think chkdsk had & tried to fix a few.
Anyway ive managed to get it logging in now & loading gradually, im using it now to type this. For reference i did the command prompt: sfc/scannow as i saw someone suggest that. Ran that a couple times, both times said "some errors could not be fixed", but i guess it fixed some of them.
Also noticed the file "userinit.exe" was closing itself in my taskmanager on loading. So i restart that, restart explorer.exe also. Seems to make it load up.
Got a few error messages saying the files i said before, couldnt be found. I guess they are Nvidia files, perhaps that is what has been causing it? My nvidia graphics card broke a while ago & im using the basic one that comes with comp instead. I think one of the progs i dlded may have dlded an update for the prev card though.
Anything else i should do now to check my comp is ok again ?
This post has been edited by Jonnyraz: 16 February 2012 - 03:28 PM
Posted 16 February 2012 - 03:48 PM
If userinit is having problems, you should also double check for viruses, as it is a common target for malware.
Posted 16 February 2012 - 03:52 PM
Need a Windows ISO image?
Posted 16 February 2012 - 04:42 PM
Posted 07 March 2012 - 01:53 AM
> Clean System from Viruses
> Update Hardware Drivers
> Configure Hardware Properly in BIOS
> Repair Windows Registry
Make Changes in Windows Registry:
Enabling AHCI driver in Windows registry before changing the SATA mode of the boot drive may resolve the issue. To do so follow the steps below:
. Click Start
. Type the following command in search box and press Enter:
. Now locate the following registry keys:
. Now in the right panel, right click on Start and then click on Modify
. Type the Value 0 and click OK
. Close registry editor
You can also use a registry repairing tool to fix Windows registry automatically. Choose such a software which also has the feature to ‘defrag’ registry in Windows 7.