I remember SP3 on XP broke wlanapi.dll, which made for some interesting headaches involving network troubles due to wireless drivers. The next step is to do a rollback to a restore point. The BSOD comes on, then goes to "preparing automatic repai". Click Next twice. Source
To uninstall software or drivers, boot Windows Vista into Safe Mode. its the only way I can think to explain them. Prev Page 4 of 9 Next Prev Page 4 of 9 Next Touch of FailIn Microsoft's defense, there's nothing particularly brilliant about a feature phone. In this guide, I'm going ameliorate your fears by explaining: Exactly what the Blue Screen of Death is Why it happens What you can do to minimize the chances of it reoccurring What
Then you will see the driver version (for example, 184.108.40.2064).The new driver and installation instructions can be found here.Note: The Intel Matrix Storage Driver is updated with this package. Prev Page 7 of 9 Next Prev Page 7 of 9 Next Your Money is Safe! by pauljs75 / September 27, 2009 9:34 AM PDT In reply to: Recurring bluescreen crashes I have reason to believe it's the Windows Vista update that got installed on 9/22/2009.My mom's It's very unlikely a Microsoft driver is causing the issue.
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