Blue Screen After Running Norton Clean Registry Option
I will be back with results. Posted: 08-Dec-2009 | 7:23PM • Permalink If anyone is still having this problem, use the Recovery Console to do the following: ren C:\windows\system32\config\software C:\windows\system32\config\software.oldren C:\windows\system32\config\software.rmbak C:\windows\system32\config\software ren C:\windows\system32\config\default C:\windows\system32\config\default.oldren C:\windows\system32\config\default.rmbak C:\windows\system32\config\default ren C:\windows\system32\config\sam Also please bring up the Event Viewer. Hi Woodrow15, Thank you very much for the update. http://appsizematters.com/blue-screen/overclocked-computer-blue-screens-while-running-non-intensive-game.html
There may or may not be anything here since a BSOD could have prevented the logging of events but it's worth a shot. Posted: 21-Apr-2012 | 11:00AM • Permalink Hi brkkab123, I did exactly as you instructed and it would appear that my memory settings are ok! The sad thing is NIS has run like mint until I had these problems. Computer will not boot after using Norton power eraser(HELP) Started by Kelvin10 , Feb 09 2012 01:14 PM Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next This topic is locked 28 replies http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/44386-blue-screen-after-running-norton-clean-registry-option.html
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This was because after using the Reg. I will try to answer some of your other questions as I go along. No, I do not have Ghost 15, but I will look into that also. How big of Come back and tell us how it works out. Mystery ManJul 18, 2012, 3:38 AM Both Avast and Malwarebytes completed their full system scans in Safe mode and both programs found not one thing wrong.
Mohanakrishnan G | Norton Forums Administrator | Symantec Corporation jochentj Visitor2 Reg: 29-Jun-2016 Posts: 1 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Norton causing BSOD Posted: 29-Jun-2016 | 4:38AM • Permalink We Help Please! Under certain circumstances profanity provides relief denied even to prayer.Mark Twain AllenM Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 14-Dec-2008 Posts: 10,679 Solutions: 262 Kudos: 2,492 Kudos0 Re: Blue screen of death from full Impersonating Worker_thread Posted: 21-Apr-2012 | 6:20AM • Permalink brkkab123 wrote:It's easy enough to solve, though.
Mystery ManJul 19, 2012, 10:26 AM You guys have been a great help so far and I thank each and every one of you for you advice. Once again, many thanks to you all who helped me out with this issue. I was also curious about the device error Flash Reader is reporting "tv_ConfigMgrErr19". This could be totally unrelated to your BSODs, but are you using a USB device as your F: Test laptop with W7 Home Premium 64 bit * NIS Vers. 22.214.171.124 woodrow15 Contributor4 Reg: 20-Nov-2009 Posts: 23 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Blue screen of death from full system
Help Please! Windows 10 And Norton Internet Security What you can try is to run Windows PE (which is what the installation program runs under) and then run the command from there. That is all on the BSOD. Thanks Allen Message Edited by AllenM on 11-21-2009 12:12 AM Windows 7 Ultimate SP 1, 64 bit, 32 GB * NIS Vers. 126.96.36.199* Ghost 15 * IE 9, Firefox, Safari.
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It could take anywher from 20 minutes to over 3 1/2 hours depending on the type of hard drive and the disk size. https://community.norton.com/en/forums/blue-screen-death-when-scanning Win10 x64; Proud graduate of GeeksToGo AllenM Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 14-Dec-2008 Posts: 10,679 Solutions: 262 Kudos: 2,492 Kudos0 Re: Blue screen of death from full system scan Posted: 24-Nov-2009 | Norton Causing Blue Screen DogsnakeJul 19, 2012, 10:39 PM If you have the resources I would make separate back ups of any data I wanted (pics., music, documents and game saves). Windows 10 Impersonating Worker Thread That is a pity if the 'expert' did leave those forums recently.
Microfiche Contributor4 Reg: 29-Jun-2016 Posts: 10 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 1 Kudos0 Re: Norton causing BSOD Posted: 30-Jun-2016 | 9:40AM • Permalink Two more computers at our office down today. this content Woodrow previously had Spyware Doctor from PC Tools and I had him subsequently remove this. One question I had, I have had no luck with running a scan in Windows Safe Mode, and I don't mean it crashes, instead it just hangs when trying to initialize AllenM Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 14-Dec-2008 Posts: 10,679 Solutions: 262 Kudos: 2,492 Kudos0 Re: Norton Utilities 14.5 crashes Windows 7 after Registry defrag...please help? 0x000000df
- I just installed the utilites and rebooted, logged back in cleaned the drive and ran the norton registry defrag/compress task.
- Posted: 03-Dec-2009 | 6:33AM • Permalink Hi Jaylene, Have you tried booting into SAFE mode as well?
- Message Edited by TSP1980 on 12-08-2009 12:49 PM erik_carlstrom Employee Symantec Employee27 Reg: 10-Apr-2008 Posts: 3,835 Solutions: 83 Kudos: 452 Kudos0 Re: Norton Utilities 14.5 crashes Windows 7 after Registry defrag...please
- Test laptop with W7 Home Premium 64 bit * NIS Vers. 188.8.131.52 erik_carlstrom Employee Symantec Employee27 Reg: 10-Apr-2008 Posts: 3,835 Solutions: 83 Kudos: 452 Kudos0 Re: Norton Utilities 14.5 crashes Windows
- Symantec should re-distribute older version until solve the bug.
- Allen Windows 7 Ultimate SP 1, 64 bit, 32 GB * NIS Vers. 184.108.40.206* Ghost 15 * IE 9, Firefox, Safari.
- Did you try Startup Repair?BlueScreen information GaryIf I do not reply within 24 hours please send me a Personal Message."Lord, to whom would we go?
- These should be saved for you in the old windows folder that will appear after the new install.
- Back to top #4 Kelvin10 Kelvin10 Topic Starter Members 12 posts OFFLINE Local time:07:43 AM Posted 10 February 2012 - 12:04 AM Hello Oh my, Thank you for replying.
- Just to be sure, when you updated the drivers did you disable NIS's Antivirua and antispyware protection?
I would suggest to the OP that he should perhaps go to a site like Bleeping Computers and see if they can either rule in or out whether or not he Back to top #5 Oh My! It was so invasive!I hope that the links you provided for Carlos can identify what the problem is in your case. weblink Allen Message Edited by AllenM on 11-24-2009 11:19 PMMessage Edited by AllenM on 11-24-2009 11:21 PM Windows 7 Ultimate SP 1, 64 bit, 32 GB * NIS Vers. 220.127.116.11* Ghost 15
I actually reinstalled everything. Norton Removal Tool When I try to start Windows normally and try to delete the saved restore points, it is only a matter of 1 minute before the BSOD decides to show up. The diagnostics report still shows the message re not seeing antivirus or firewall!
gamerk316Jul 17, 2012, 8:26 PM Quote: There was a problem starting C:\ProgramData\Malwarebytes.....etc.
woodrow15 Contributor4 Reg: 20-Nov-2009 Posts: 23 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Blue screen of death from full system scan Posted: 20-Nov-2009 | 11:19PM • 57 Replies • Permalink Hey everybody, I We'll look forward to further updates. Posted: 02-Dec-2009 | 2:14PM • 63 Replies • Permalink Hi there. Bsod Minimum 30 seconds delay (important).2.
Posted: 04-Dec-2009 | 11:27AM • Permalink Basically Norton Utilities has messed up being Windows 7 compatitible, I had to re-install Wondows 7 all over again after this incident because Defrag Registery If there is no rootkit present, then the OP can come back here and progress here with the analysis. Also you will need to download and install a pdf reader, adobe flash and your browser if it is not Explorer. http://appsizematters.com/blue-screen/blue-screen.html I have Windows 7 64 bit and Norton Internet Security.
All, I have ran the error information and have sent AllenM a private message as to the findings. The BSOD is OS independent, WInXP-SP3, Win7x64, Win8.1 all the same. Please I need help in fixing this computer. Oh My!
Also please bring up the Event Viewer. Mystery ManJul 19, 2012, 11:05 AM Dogsnake said: Yes if that is not a major issue for you a clean install is always best. The flash reader is my 'Kingston memory flash stick reader' and that always uses the 'G' drive! Can anyone have a suggestion, other than re-installing windows 7.
Like brkkab123 I also run TuneUp Utilities 2012 but not without checking first what parts of the registry it will scan and remove entries. Can't find your answer ? Thanks, Jaylene erik_carlstrom Employee Symantec Employee27 Reg: 10-Apr-2008 Posts: 3,835 Solutions: 83 Kudos: 452 Kudos0 Re: Norton Utilities 14.5 crashes Windows 7 after Registry defrag...please help? You have the words that give eternal life.
Posted: 03-Dec-2009 | 6:40AM • Permalink veggiegrrll wrote:When I boot from the Windows 7 dvd, I do get the Startup repair option, but it says that `Windows cannot repair this computer Posted: 03-Dec-2009 | 6:26AM • Permalink Hi Jaylene, Unless something really bad happened with your system besides just your system registry becoming corrupted, the "Last Known Good Configuration" option should work. Upgrading over the top of a problem already present would not be a good idea in my opinion. I'm now worrying about all my PC's will automatically update to 18.104.22.168 with Live Update, and all of them will repeat BSOD.
If that happens then a reformat is in order, 'oh no I hear myself saying'! I know you have removed Spyware Doctor but what about any others? This will bring up a DOS type window. Windows 7 is quite effective on its own at dealing with registry maintenance without the use of additional cleaners.
I do have a next step for you to take but it must be reviewed by one of the malware experts who is working with me on your issues. Posted: 29-Apr-2012 | 9:26AM • Permalink brummie wrote:I ran a registry cleaner (for the first time in years, CCleaner) and then I uninstalled my NIS 12, used the NRT and then http://www.google.com/#hl=en&site=&source=hp&q=bhdrvx64.sys+bsod&oq=bhdrvx64.sys+bsod&aq=f&aqi=g1&aql=1&gs_nf=1&gs_l=hp.13..0.5145.5145.0.7422.214.171.124.0.0.0.117.117.0j1.1.0.egsbsh.1.-LjVea_3Oms&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.,cf.osb&fp=62c11d7303d2334b brummie Rootkit Eradicator19 Reg: 20-Oct-2008 Posts: 525 Solutions: 6 Kudos: 54 Kudos0 Re: 'BSOD' Caused by Symantec? (From another forum).