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  1. Thanks for the reply. It will be a couple of days before I get back home but when I do I will upload the dmp file and let you know.
  2. I am having issues when rebooting on my Latitude 10 with windows 8. The reboot hangs and it reboots again then boot up and tells me that the pc did not shut down properly. I wanted to run the boot analyzer but I need to get this issue resolved first. The event log says it recovered from a bugcheck. If I shutdown and then start it up there are no issues. I only does it on the restart command. If I configure it to start in safe mode it reboots without issue. I have disabled everything that I can on startup. Any other ideas what I can do to find the cause of this? Here is the bugcheck The bugcheck was: 0x0000007e (0xc0000005, 0x936dac9b, 0x889d85e8, 0x889d81b0).
  3. I was looking in the performance information on my tablet and it said that ntvdm.exe was slowing down the boot time of the tablet. Is there any way to tell which device or driver needs this to run at startup?
  4. Does anybody know of a shortcut that can be created that would allow you to enable or disable the Bluetooth and/or the GPS? Or at least a shortcut to bring up the Wireles screen of the PC settings? There are a lot of clicks/touches involved and it would be nice if there was a shortcut to do this.
  5. I just replaced my c drive with a samsung 830 120gb ssd drive. I did a clean install of Windows 8 Pro and it went great and I am very happy with the speed. But when my pc comes out of sleep mode or hibernate mode, it freezes for a minute and there is the blue screen that says the pc has to restart because of a problem and it shows DPC Watchdog violation and the issue. I have been searching the web and I have not found a solution so far that applies. The drive has no errors on it and I ran chkdsk. I have nothing else installed at this time.
  6. I have a friend that had a pc with Vista installed on a 320gb drive. He added a 2TB drive to his system. Then he upgraded to Windows 7. When he did the upgrade it wrote the boot info to the 320gb drive(now his D drive) instead of the 1tb drive(now his C drive) but Windows installed to the 1tb drive.. He wants to remove the 320gb drive but when he unplugs it it the system won't boot. It says it can't find the boot drive. Is there a simple way to get it to boot from the drive where the windows 7 installation is without having to install windows again?
  7. I am running Windows 7 Home Premium x64. I got a notification telling me that were updates available. After doing these 15 updates(some were for office and some for windows) I let it restart my computer. After the system booted back up and I logged in, I could no longer get the task manager to launch. I tried it from a shortcut I have, from right clicking on the start bar and from using the ctl alt del method. It would not launch. I got no message or anything. It would not work on any of my logins. The only way to get it working again was to perform a system restore to before the updates. I have attached a jpg which lists the updates that I said yes to. Any ideas what might be happening. I use NIS 2011 for security suite and haven't had this issue before. I have scanned my system with NIS and Spybot Search and Destroy and found nothing wrong.
  8. I just wanted to confirm something. I need to clone a SBS 2003 drive exactly. I remember that there was a version of ghost that could do this easily. It was Ghost 2003, correct?
  9. I am running Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit. I got a bluescreen and after it booted I went to the action center and looked at the reliability and problem history. I am posting the information from it. Does this mean that one of the usb ports or an item attached to a usb port causes the bluescreen: Problem signature Problem Event Name: BlueScreen OS Version: 6.1.7600. Locale ID: 1033 Extra information about the problem BCCode: fc BCP1: 000000000002C01A BCP2: 8260000000A84847 BCP3: FFFFF8800331B9D0 BCP4: 0000000000000000 OS Version: 6_1_7600 Service Pack: 0_0 Product: 768_1 Bucket ID: X64_0xFC_USBPORT!USBPORT_ReleaseEpListLock+21 Server information: 076173dc-d16e-40ad-8b16-c48d819bbce7
  10. I have the latest driver installed. I will remove the driver and use a driver cleaner and reinstall and see what happens.
  11. I am getting random reboots so I looked at the windows problem reports and I found this in the Diagnostic event log and I was wondering if anyone can tell me what is going on. I am running 2 4870 X2 card in crossfireX, Q9650 CPU @ 4GHz, and 4x2GB RAM.: The Desktop Window Manager is experiencing heavy resource contention. Scenario : The Desktop Window Manager responsiveness has degraded. The event data says: EventData DisplayDeviceFriendlyNameLength 22 DisplayDeviceFriendlyName ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 MemoryBandwidth 24134000 MemorySize 4013117440 Scenario 3
  12. I didn't think of that. The full solution: Got to the advance settings on the power plan. Go to Desktop Background Settings>Slideshow and select Available.
  13. I got my home premium x64 version installed and everything seems to be running fine. One thing I have noticed though is that when I setup a desktop background slideshow, the picture never changes. I thought maybe it was the Stardock Fences that preventing it. I uninstalled Fences but it didn't correct the issue. Any ideas how to make this work? I know it isn't a deal breaker but it would be nice. MOD Please delete. I got it working by changing the advanced settings in my power plan.
  14. I am looking for a free program that will allow me to create an image of a drive or partition and also restore that same image if necessary. Any ideas here? I need it to run on Xp and win2000.
  15. This server is driving me crazy. Client wanted a windows mirror. So I now have 2 x 2TB drives. The primary has about 130GB of data. They are both sata drives on Server 2003. The sync has been running for about 30 hours now and is only at 20%. Is this normal or is there something wrong?