Error Code 000000fe Parameter1 00000005
If you have this information, you could try going to the manufacturer's website for a BIOS update which could sort it out. i've downloaded the latest driver for my modem and i'll give that a try. You get that when you start BOINC a second time. Or edit the registry manually with regedit. check over here
Also you > get a discount when its bought with items of hardware. For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp. None of those should cause a problem. Re: USB Driver Caused a Blue Screen Error dgonyier Mar 11, 2009 1:09 PM (in response to BikerBob) Nudge Just saw this problem in the last couple of days. http://www.bluescreen-of-death.com/bsod/error-code-000000fe.html
Error Code 000000fe Parameter1 00000005
Try searching on adildr and then adiloader. I've seen a couple of machines that were experiencing crashes like this. Search the event log for one or two bugchecks of each type. cos it looks like i screwed > somthing up when i was looking in the regedit, maybe clicked OK instead of > closing the window Depends on what what you did
You'll find discussions about fixing problems with computer hardware, computer software, Windows, viruses, security, as well as networks and the Internet.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Blue screens "Bad_pool_caller" by ThePoopsmith Theres another setting you should check - what > gets saved when the system crashes. > > Check the "System and Recovery" settings, thats in the System Properties > advanced tab. i had a 64 bit processor 1gb of ram new hard drive etc.. sorry havent recieved any e.mails from you, nothing in junk mail either.
Are the two errors related. Look for the ADILOADER service, or something like that. Google "adildr.sys" and you'll see a lot of hits, even some in english. Then repeat that process until you get them all.
thanks for taking the time to read and respond to these problems ____________ ID: 74765 · Walt GribbenVolunteer testerSendmessage Joined: 16 May 99Posts: 353Credit: 304,016RAC: 0 Message 74786 - Posted: 28 Thats the reason for looking thru the event log, to see if you have lots of different errors or the same one that gets repeated. > all the errors listed in Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? It makes a difference.
How close are the timestamps for the two events? https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/blue-screens-bad-pool-caller-264022/ The bugcheck was: 0x000000fe > (0x00000005, 0x85cb60e0, 0x10397001, 0x85c69f90). Error Code 000000fe Parameter1 00000005 The bugcheck was: 0x000000fe (0x00000005, 0x85cb60e0, 0x10397001, 0x85c69f90). But that doesn't mean its needed.
Fix Everything Yourself and Save Hundreds of Dollars! check my blog Can't say how many ControlSetnnn entries you have, just that each one can have different entries for the services and drivers. > dunno where the boinc entry appeared from it wasnt The data name is >> "start" and the date value needs to change from 2 to 3. > >followed this path in reg edit, however after ADILOADER, two folders are >listed. Might mean talking to MS if it has problems activating. > i've downloaded the latest driver for my modem and i'll give that a try.
i then reinstated trend micro and it rebooted after 5 mins. Mini dump preferred. So sometimes it pays to look further. this content Walt, i dont know what a stack trace is, or where to find an event log.
You get that when you start BOINC a second time. The middle of the registry key - ControlSet001 - is for one configuration, there can be more under the SYSTEM key. You can disable the automatic reboot feature by right clicking on the My Computer icon, select properties, click on Advanced tab, click on Startup and Recovery settings & uncheck Automatically Restart.
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after a manual restart it connected normally. ____________ ID: 75294 · Walt GribbenVolunteer testerSendmessage Joined: 16 May 99Posts: 353Credit: 304,016RAC: 0 Message 75373 - Posted: 30 Jan 2005, 7:52:03 UTC - Do you have any info about the motherboard manufacturer. (board model no.) If so, I could probably answer the question about the CPU compatibility. I have a similar device that registers as a removable HDD. Suggestion: Everybody is destined to be annoyed by some pesky BSOD, sooner or later.
They Solved "error code 000000fe": Name: Jesse Fixed on: 6.15.9 Error: Bugcode usb driver blue screen 000000fe - drivers - windows-7 Details: Descirbes a behavior that occurs because of a problem The data name is "start" and the date value needs to change from 2 to 3. Look for the ADILOADER service, or something like that. have a peek at these guys It'll always prompt you to confirm an action, like if you press the Del key it'll pop up a prompt with "Are you sure you want to delete this ...." and
A dump was saved in: C:\WINDOWS\Minidump\Mini012705-09.dmp. is it down to your setup preferences, i think i set it for every 2 days. Check the event log and Dr Watson for more details about the error. If it shows "none" than change it to be sure it saves enough details about the stop error.
followed this path in reg edit, however after ADILOADER, two folders are listed. I took the computer back to the shop which did the upgades today and they tweeked the programs that run at startup, they then informed me that it ran boinc without That error doesn't match yours, and that one did get fixed with SP2. Parameter 1 indicates the type of error -- that is the culprit supposedly, and the other parameters provide address or header information.Without first posting the entire STOP error I don't think
Its a bit messy, but > you can check each services properties until you find one with the "path to > executable" ending with adildr.sys. You say these crashes only occur with BOINC running. And does your userid have administrative privilages?