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If for whatever reason the big crashdump isn't being produced, then this may be a bug with Windows 7 SP1, of which a fix is located here. As for DV slowing everything down, that is not usual behavior. I didn't. Use the Create Dump option as instructed before. http://comvurgent.com/xp-media/xp-media-center-invalid-key.html

What's the specs on your PC? Megaupload is one that I can think off the top of my head. Thanks, Zoe pixelsurge, Jul 7, 2007 #1 Sponsor pixelsurge Thread Starter Joined: Dec 5, 2005 Messages: 56 No one has any ideas? Register now!

I have changed the mouse and>> > keyboard and switched from mouse port to usb -does not resolve. It had the "Repair Windows" option, so I tried that but about midway installation i ran into the: The file "asms" is needed, please insert Windows XP Pro Service Pack Disc The computer had been running pretty well most of the day, but gradually slowed down to a crawl until it seemed unresponsive, leaving me with a black screen: MEGAUPLOAD - The Essentially you're just doing a process of elimination.

Stuck in XP Pro Installation: Frozen Mouse/Keyboard Started by JustFly87 , May 10 2009 05:41 PM This topic is locked 7 replies to this topic #1 JustFly87 JustFly87 Members 7 posts The THIRD time this afternoon that MC froze, my system did not. It's worth a shot? Either of which can be caused by either drivers or hardware.

Does it respond to Ctrl+Alt+Del or can you move mouse cursor? I've only been running it about a month and it only upgraded a couple of things. I tried running Media Center in safe mode, but not sure what to do with it. It's 512mb.

You can generate one using instructions here. XP REPAIR "16375588.exe" Hit a nasty link last nite and noticed Java icon pop up in the task bar. Click here to Register a free account now! Thanks, Zoe zomigi, Jul 25, 2007 #3 zomigi Guest Can anyone help me with this?

or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. It produced a MceRepair.crash file on my desktop, and running MCE afterwards showed no change. If you > haven't run the machine in months, it might be months old. Art Bunch posted Jul 9, 2016 Microsoft.net framework install repeat failure Art Bunch posted Jul 8, 2016 Cannot acsess my email DeVonne Colette posted Mar 5, 2016 Loading...

This has you all going all over the place, I understand, but again, there's no sure-fire way of diagnosing neither an interrupt storm nor a deadlock without a live-debugging session. this content Reinstalling Windows won't help if it's hardware, and swapping hardware won't help if it's drivers. 07-26-2011, 11:53 AM #8 VirGnarus TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Jun 2010 Posts: 2,210 What could be the cause of this and how can I fix it? It's just amazing to me that practically no one else apparently has Media Center freeze on them, as again, software freezing is very common to all software.

Possibly this problem is caused by another driver on your system which cannot be identified at this time. Does it get progressively less responsive before freezing? Total redirects: 4541 Login • Register Username: Password: | Log me on automatically each visit Who is online In total there are 20 users online :: 5 registered, 0 hidden and weblink A lifesaver and a half, it is. 07-27-2011, 05:07 PM #12 echo14612 Registered Member Join Date: Jul 2011 Location: Rochester, NY Posts: 22 OS: Windows 7 Home

So I go back to the Task Manager, where it still says Media Center is Running, and I kill it. I see the error of my ways now >> 3. As for DV slowing everything down, that is not usual behavior.

I didn't take note of the following error code.I then just attempted to start windows normally but I got the same error with code:0x000000BE (0xBF801269, 0x13584021, 0xB9D1BA14, 0x0000000C)Win32k.sys -address BF977557 base

Only thing I see that I don't use is Firewire, so I disabled that. It brings up a message saying the program is not responding and I click End Now. You especially wanna look under Drivers section and just simply disable everything except your video drivers. Oh - and that dump file I'd tried to make from Process Explorer was 0 bytes.

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