Wake up, boot up, good morning errors!

Discussion in 'Operating Systems' started by GoStumpy, Feb 22, 2012.

  1. GoStumpy

    GoStumpy Golden Member

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    Here is what I was greeted with first of all:

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    Happened once before, so I knew to put in the OEM DVD, repair, restart, and viola, fixed!

    Upon getting to desktop, I was then greeted with this:

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    What is causing this? (Main comp in sig)

    -edit-

    Link to my problem last time (Jan 9th):

    http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2218595&highlight=
     
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  3. Albatross

    Albatross Platinum Member

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    Maybe cracked cable?
    Also download and run Tdskiller just to be safe
     
  4. Ketchup

    Ketchup Elite Member

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    It's the Biostar update autocheck utility causing a memory access violation.
     
  5. GoStumpy

    GoStumpy Golden Member

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    So what can I do to fix this? It happened again today, turned the computer off before work, after work I come home and the same damn thing!

    Do I need to manually update the BIOS? Seems odd....
     
  6. lxskllr

    lxskllr Lifer

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    Disable the autocheck utility?
     
  7. GoStumpy

    GoStumpy Golden Member

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    I have disabled it in the msconfig startup tab, hopefully that does it!
     
  8. GoStumpy

    GoStumpy Golden Member

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    I had the problem again today!!!

    This time I realized my Memory Stick was in the card-reader, so I took it out, reset, and bam, right into windows... DOH!