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mark thank you so much! It only happens when opening up Outlook. Sorry this maybe offtopic., but I am sooooooo upset and wanted to share my anger with somebody……….. This post contains a list of all SP1 issues I am aware of. his comment is here

I would check the web site of the network card’s vendor for a new driver.GRTerrero, I think you named the number one reason why people don’t like Vista. I thought about doing a system restore but then I would'nt know exactly which update caused the problem. I have not used the USB devices aka Thumb drive since. Last week I woke up in the middle of the night to my system rebooting to BSOD over and over. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/vista-service-pack-1-makes-blue-screen-of-death-306521/

Luke P Just got my VAIO FW a couple days ago and was unable to remove any sort of USB hardware (flash drives, transfer cables, even a portable mouse) without getting Note, that this patch is NOT OFFERED through Windows Update, even if you opt to offer recommended (non-critical) updates. FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS.

I spend a thousand dollars on a new computer on the assumption that in the 8 years since I bought my last one, the state of the art has improved. I left my new laptop on all night because it was installing, then discovered it had spent half the night rebooting and shutting down! Barb Hi Evan, Just used your fix (see post above) and it worked like a charm. Please, let us know.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/973879 Evan Wondrasek Thank you for the link! by R. The Windows Mobile Device Center issue ^There are reports that Vista x64 SP1 has been released accidentally to Windows Update. Michaela This happened to me yesterday!

As soon as I uninstalled it (had to do all of this in Safe Mode) and rebooted it worked fine. I have not tried Windows Mail.Apparently, someone here has the exact same problem:http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/ShowPo...1&SiteID=17The workaround is to Go to Safe Mode with Networking support and open up Outlook to read your emails. But, it is because I didn't do them justice in setting them up properly (Personal Gaming systems don't get enough attention). evanw Blue screens are commonly generated by hardware, so it may help to make sure all drivers for your computer and peripherals are updated to the newest versions.

I still cannot find any solution to these0 Reply CJ 7 years agoHave tried to install sp1 3 times, each time when I close the lid on my laptop it will http://www.techerator.com/2009/08/fix-windows-vista-64-bit-gets-blue-screen-after-windows-updates/ Safe mode (Except command prompt, which I didn't try) and other attempts proved hopeless since Windows just wanted to finish the installation. I am using Win xp now. Latest posts by Michael Pietroforte (see all) Three new free IT pro eBooks in the wiki: Docker, Windows Server 2016, Data Science - Thu, Jan 12 2017 4sysops member points and

Thanks again. http://intracom2008.com/blue-screen/how-to-fix-windows-10-blue-screen.html However, I restarted my computer and ever since the windows has been tying to resolve the problem, but it always fails. Shouldn't my 4-week old laptop already have these Service Packs loaded? Radeon HD graphics, 2900 mhz, 4 core) Motherboard Gigabyte GA-A75-UD4H Memory 8 Ghz OCZ DDR3 Graphics Card Onboard Sound Card Onboard DarthDoctor View Public Profile Find More Posts by DarthDoctor BSOD

thanks in advance… Jason Keirstead Thanks for this… been struggling with this a few days. It exits the window when put to sleep, but the power is always on. Nick Hey man thanks a lot! http://intracom2008.com/blue-screen/windows-vista-blue-screen-on-startup.html Do you know if there will be a fix for this?

Keep up the GREAT work! These seem to only crop up for the update installer, even though there are some other oddities - Catalyst Control Center crashing 30% of the time on bootup, for example. KB949358 has details on how to solve this problem if you are affected.

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Safe mode (Except command prompt, which I didn't try) and other attempts proved hopeless since Windows just wanted to finish the installation. I followed a MS help article to a Hotfix (KB947821) and that went through. You're awesome! Thanks again….

Was having the same problem on my Dell 14z. Rick I forgot to mention that I reinstalled windows so all updates are recent. Still, though, SP1 fails. check over here Spent about 15 hours on the phone with MicroSoft who screwed my system up so badly with their tweaks and changes that I ended up having to do a complete re-install.

Evan Wondrasek I don't have experience with Trillian, but I use both Pidgin (http://pidgin.im) and Digsby (http://www.digsby.com) which are fantastic multi-protocol instant messengers. Today, I updated my own PC which is full with countless useful and not so useful tools. about once a week i get a BLANK blue screen. cary Great stuff.

I'm going to run ChkDsk soon. After this was over I found that I was not done yet and had to update my anti-virus and spyware programs. Bear-Bear Evan, thank you SO MUCH! I've only had my HP for three weeks and was really bumming until I found your info.

So I started at the top of the list and it happended to be the KB973879. So I started at the top of the list and it happended to be the KB973879. I have had the same problem on 3 Dell Inspiron 1545 laptops running 64 bit vita home premium.