Lifebook 760:BSOD on Windows Update

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Lifebook 760:BSOD on Windows Update

Postby chopyat » Mon Aug 15, 2011 9:40

Could anyone help me.If I install any window 7 updates i get the BSOD on restart.Safe mode Start up tells me windows could not configure.System restorehas been tried.I have ran rescue disk and even re-installed window 7 pro,but it makes no differance.Could my Lifebook be faulty?Getting desparate ,please help.

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Re: Lifebook 760:BSOD on Windows Update

Postby sabrex » Wed Aug 17, 2011 14:27

The BSOD comes up with an error start STOP:0x000000** (**something something)
you need to note down what the complaints about just the first section of the STOP code

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Re: Lifebook 760:BSOD on Windows Update

Postby chopyat » Sun Aug 21, 2011 9:57

The BSOD error FFFFFFF A800 6E11410.Have noticed that this changes to other errors.since my last post i spoke to microsoft and after another reinstall of windows 7 pro i managed, to install 60 updates.thought my problem was solved, but following an automatic update on restart BSOD again.tried system restore in safe mode:windows could not configure updates,BSOD again.
sabrex wrote:The BSOD comes up with an error start STOP:0x000000** (**something something)
you need to note down what the complaints about just the first section of the STOP code

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Re: Lifebook 760:BSOD on Windows Update

Postby sabrex » Thu Sep 08, 2011 14:11

can you run the SystemDiagnostics DOS - http://tinyurl.com/FJdiagsIn the Zip file look for the .iso image and extract to desktop.
Use Active@isoburner to copy the iso image to a blank cd you can boot from : http://download.cnet.com/Active-ISO-Burner/3000-2646_4-10602452.htmlBoot from the cd and select full test.
Post back here any relevent ie: no fault found or error codes


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