Sorry for the confusion. Please follow the instructions i gave above (you don't need a zip app win 8 has one) and then post the folder in this thread like you would a screenshot (basically all your doing is attaching the file so we can download it)
Very VERY StRaNgE, I decided to look at the minidumps folder again and it appears to be Zipped even though it previously advised me “File not found or no read permission”.
Hopefully you guys are able to look at the files and (somehow) figure out WHAT'S GOING ON since I am leaning toward placing the W8 instillation CD in the CD Drive and performing a Clean Install of W8 (since the upgrade install over W7 is causing me LOTS of problems).
Thanks you for your help guys,
I will gladly rePOST but as I indicated previously, when I tried to compress the folder I received an error message advising “File not found or no read permission” so without your help/guidence, I have nothing to POST
why don't you just attach a dump file (a dump file is the files you found inside the minidump folder) like you did with the above minidump zip? That's all we need, the dump file. If you have to post them one at a time so be it.
MRESP50a64.SYS Sat Nov 19 08:14:28 2005: This is way too old and causing the crash.(see below) I don't know what MRESP50a64.SYS is and don't understand what you mean by it's "way too old and causing the crash".
Is MRESP50a64.SYS a VALID file and a more current version SHOULD be there or is MRESP50a64.SYS a BOGUS file?
Are you running software called Rawether? Or PCAUSA? I never heard of either of these programs and certainly did NOT install them. I went to Control Panel--->Uninstall and could not find either of them
I am glad to hear that you found something Kemical, I will hold off on a Clean Install of W8 and await your instructions on how to get rid of this malicious software.
Hi Kemical, I am a HOME user and have a HP Desktop that is connected to the Internet via a Netgear combo Modem/router (that was provided to us by AT&T) for DSL service. We also have a Kindle and iPad.
after chatting with a Usasma, our resident blue screen expert. The above software is probably linked to some sort of network printer or printer communications. Have you installed any third party apps which might be linked? Also can you list, if possible, what third party applications and drivers you installed after installation of win 8?
Thank you Kemical and Usasma, Have you installed any third party apps which might be linked?
I don't think so Kemical at least not intentional (i.e. some programs might have done so without my approval and/or myknowledge)
Also can you list, if possible, what third party applications and drivers you installed after installation of win 8?
Sure but can you tell me how to do this?
Nuance Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11.5 is Speech Recognition software program Kemical that I've been using for years.
I upgraded the drivers for W8, that's not causing the problem(s).
Have you ruled out PCAUSA and Rawethe?
They apparently are imbedded since I could not find them when I searched Apps, Settings and Files
Is their anything that I can do to help Kemical?
Right now the system has been stable for 24-36 hours but I don't have much confidence that this will not happen again since it happened twice and I (or I should say you) have not done anything to indicate that "the culprit" has been found and removed.
I await your further instructions.
Thank you for ALL your help Kemical.
Hey Kemical, I may be throwing doo-doo against the wall but you never know if it helps, I use IE, Mozilla and Chrome browsers and have attached the add-ons / PlugIn for Mozilla.
I hope this helps and please let me know what I can do to help you help me (with this problem)?
If by network you mean the wireless network, we have a Netgear Modem/router combo that was provided to us by AT&T.
I appreciate your help Kemical, hopefully you'll identify the problem and I;ll be out of your hair.
Now it's getting REAL sTrAnGe Kemical, when I went to my Yahoo mail account, I noticed the following (see attachment) and I NEVER use or use Conversation nor do I know who this "person" is.
I don't know if you guys have come up with something but it surely appears that someone has "invited" themselves into my computer and it's NOT a situation that I want to be in.