Blue screen in windows 7


New Member
Hi guys you see i have a error in windows 7. i have windows 7 64 bit

Here are my PC specs

4gb ram
intel e2200 2.2ghz dual core
Intel G35 IGP
640 HDD

and my problem is that i randomly get a blue screen i get this in vista and windows 7. Here is the problem i get

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7600.
Locale ID: 1033

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: a
BCP1: FFFFFAE00006163B
BCP2: 0000000000000002
BCP3: 0000000000000000
BCP4: FFFFF80002896065
OS Version: 6_1_7600
Service Pack: 0_0
Product: 256_1

Files that help describe the problem:

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So that the message i get after my pc gets rebooted when it gets blue screen.
I am really worried because it feels like i wasted my money on windows 7.
I have updated all my drivers still no luck.
I have provided my dump files i put all of them in it so please check them out
Thanx guys



Essential Member
Just came across this in a search for your Blue screen error problem:

System Info & BSOD Mini Kernel Dump File Collection

1. Download SysInternals Autoruns from Microsoft TechNet and SAVE it to your DOCUMENTS folder.

2. Download the zip file for Link Removed - Invalid URL - or - Link Removed - Invalid URL, extract the single batch script file (.bat) and save it to your DESKTOP.

3. RIGHT-click on the batch file desktop icon and select "Run as Administrator" (XP = 2x-click on icon)
- The small black cmd/DOS screen will appear with status information
- Other windows will open & close
- NO user interaction - except SysInternals AutoRuns EULA may appear in ~ 5 minutes. If so, "Accept" it and allow the batch script to complete
- The batch file may need up to 10 minutes to run - PLEASE be patient !
- output = a new folder found in Documents named TSF_Vista_Support

** XP - skip #4
4. Run a System Health Report - save in HTML (default file extension) format:
START | type perfmon /report - a viewer will appear. Save as an HTML file.

5. Zip up the entire TSF_Vista folder & the PERFMON HTML file and attach the zip file to your next post.

You need to sign up at TechSupport forums. I have just done this a nd will let you know f the link is available for download.

Please do not modify the files in the TSF folder as ALL files are needed.

I would also suggest yoou uninstall McAfee using Revo Uninstaller

Get a free anti-virus solution such as AVG or Avira.

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New Member
ok thanx i dont have acess to that computer ASTM but in 2-3 hours i will give you the information


New Member
Ok so i did it

ok so i got the compressed file i have win 7 so i didnt know how to do step 4 so i ignored it the files are here



New Member
can you guys please respond i need help i still get bsod


New Member
can you guys please respond i need help i still get bsod
you need to zip and upload the minidump file ;)


New Member
I hpoe this can help me :p
please can you start your own thread and I would be happy to look at your .dmp file :cool:

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