STOP 0x0000001E

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by Witlol, Nov 6, 2009.

  1. Witlol

    Witlol New Member

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    Hey there, hopefully this has already been answered and I'm just a blind fool, which would make it easy for you guys to answer.

    I recently upgraded my old windows XP computer to windows 7(64Bit), but am having some problems when I start running high memory usage software (Photoshop CS[Whatever edition] or any game).

    The error message reads 0x1E, which as I understand it is by and large linked to my hardware or drivers. I've checked out my memory using memtest86, and the results came back that it was working 100% no problems.

    I haven't installed any 3rd party drivers aside from whatever windows 7 has (Do they count as 3rd party?)

    And I'm running MS's own antivirus software.

    I unfortunately can't really emulate this blue screen, as it happens quite randomly, though quite often (5-10 times in the space of 5 hours or so?)

    What would be the next stop if I want to fix this?

    Edit:: Should mention I guess. I got Win7 as part of my MSDNAA fun stuff. Is it possible when burning the ISO it somehow screwed it up?
     
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  2. m4rc1n

    m4rc1n New Member

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    Hi.

    Get rid of the MS Essentia's as it hes been known to generate random BSOD on 64bit system's. I have a similar problem as you do, currently im stable for 48h, after uninstaling the Essential's. See if it helps :]
     
  3. reghakr

    reghakr Excellent Member

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    Upgrading is always bad choice as it leaves hundreds of useless files on your system and can cause conflicts.

    I would recommend performing a "clean" install.

    Be aware, you'll need to re-install all your 3rd party apps.
     

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