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Probably A Driver Issue


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#1 01mercy

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Posted 27 June 2006 - 02:20 PM

I'm blue :thumbsup:

Since some time blue screens keep popping up.
I looked up some codes in the blue screens and same thing keep coming up... corrupt driver.
I was told on another forum to reinstall/upgrade all my driver. So I did. Now afther this I had to restart my computer. At startup when I came to my desktop screen the computer crashed immediately.
The blue screen says:

stop 0x000000D6 (0xA816E000, 0x00000000, 0xBFEAABDA, 0x00000000)
the driver is attempting to access memory behond the end of the allocation.
this driver may be at fault: SSI.SYS

Adress BFEAABDA base at BFE9B000, datestamp 4361570e - SSI.SYS

Can anybody please help me? :huh:

Some told me to just format my computer but I already did this a while ago for the same problem but it keeps coming back.

Mercy

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Posted 28 June 2006 - 01:29 AM

Because you have posted here in the W2k forum, I will assume that is the OS you are using.

You might be interested in reading this article.

I also found this information.

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Posted 28 June 2006 - 01:21 PM

Thanks for the reply, it worked. No more blue screen at startup afther I uninstalled spysweeper.

Many thanks,

Mercy




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