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05-01-2010, 07:30 AM #1[Help?] Computer Crashes... Unknown Error.
Just Jailbroken my Ipod (using RedSnow) in order for me to hopefully unlock it. (which i can't.... Bootloader 05.12.01 GRRR).... Ixplod Jailbreaked easily (took me an hour also.. but with no hitches).
Anyway, come to install music on my Ipod and my computer crashed (following images). Restared my computer and the same thing happened. Restarted in Safe Mode and restored my Computer to a previous files. (still came up with the following error)....
Am starting to get worried about this, was wondering if there is a possilble soultion, besides me spending nearly 2,000£ on a new computer.
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.48
Locale ID: 2057
Additional information about the problem:
OS Version: 6_1_7600
Service Pack: 0_0
Files that help describe the problem:
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Last edited by KingJohno; 05-01-2010 at 08:06 AM. Reason: Image Added
05-01-2010, 08:00 AM #2
This is what appears to happen.
during the installation of the most current drivers 100.65 Vista, an OLD file
nvlddmkm.sys is copied into windows/system32/drivers and not the current one
in the install. As a result the new drivers are attempting to access a file
dated 11/2006 instead of 2/2007 ver 7.15.11.0065 which is in the newest WHQL
driver ver 100.65 vista 32.
Fix: Go to windows/system32/drivers and rename nvlddmkm.sys to
nvlddmkm.sys.old. Go to the nvidia directory and find the file nvlddmkm.sy_
and copy it to windows/system32. Using the cmd window (DOS box) type
EXPAND.EXE nvlddmkm.sy_ nvlddmkm.sys. When the expansion is complete, copy
the new nvlddmkm.sys to windows/system32/drivers and restart the computer.
Your computer should now work properly.
You will notice that any uninstall and reinstall of nvidia drivers will not
remove the old nvlddmkm.sys file and will not overwrite it with the newer
version. You have to do it manually. I do not know why this happens but who
cares as long it is fixed.
"READ THIS PART"
Start in safe mode
go to command
sc delete nvsvc (don't remember if it was nvsvc or nvvsvc try both)
sc delete nvvsvc
sc delete nvlddmkm
retype to check if it is deleted
update nvidia driver using windows udpate (if is your case) or/then install newest drivers.
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05-01-2010, 08:19 AM #3