Bluescreen & Crashdump after login.

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  1. IceSage

    IceSage

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    Hello,

    Currently, my computer will always crash whenever I login to any profile on my computer. This is what occurs.

    1. Boot up computer.
    2. Windows Vista loads.
    3. I type in my password. (Any user, doesn't matter.)
    4. Loads for about 4 or 5 seconds, screen glitches, bluescreen and a crash dump.

    The following errors sometime occur:

    1. Ntfs.sys error.
    2. IS NOT LESS THAN OR EQUAL
    3. 0x0000000A

    Sometimes all, sometimes just the error without the NOT LESS THAN OR EQUAL, etc.

    It may have been caused by a virus, but I highly doubt this. I've done almost everything to eliminate any viruses and purged anything suspicious.

    I can boot in Safe Mode perfectly fine, and I'm using Safe Mode to type this right now.

    This is really stressing me out. Out of all the years of owning computers, I've never experienced something this serious before.

    I want to try to fix this problem without having to Reinstall Windows Vista or use my computer's Recovery Method.

    I can NOT perform a System Restore, because Vista decided it was a great idea to delete previous settings when my hard drive was low on space.

    My theory is that something in the normal Startup routine isn't suppose to be there, or, for some reason, has become faulty.

    I can provide screenshots, video, logs, ANYTHING that will help you, help me, to solve this issue.

    Any help will be GREATLY appreciated.
     
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    If you look into the minidump file, you should see some lines with driver names in them (xxxxx.sys). Those drivers are causing the crash.

    You need to remove them (if you don't use them anymore) or go to the hardware vendor site and get updated drivers to replace them.
     
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    Some of the ones listed are core windows components. If I remove them, if I use the windows repair tool on the CD, will it correct and copy over them?

    I believe they may have been corrupted.

    Thanks for the help so far by the way. Much kinder than I've been getting from some other forums!
     
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    Don't know what you mean specifically by the "windows repair tool", but if you're referring to Startup Repair -- no -- I believe it will only find and fix boot-related problems.

    What you can do is run "sfc /scannow" from a command prompt, booting from the CD, and it should find and repair any damaged system files.

    Don't know if that will also include drivers, though.
     
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