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Re: Windows stop error 0x804dc11d

Unread postby Dodge Caravan » May 10th, 2008, 7:58 pm

any suggested antispyware programs??

if i reformat can there be virus connected to my ISP address that will come back as soon as i connect back to the internet?
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Re: Windows stop error 0x804dc11d

Unread postby Dodge Caravan » May 11th, 2008, 11:49 am

hey, another question i had, the windows stop error i get that i posted in my first post that i get when i connect to the internet in normal mode, if i don't get that when i connect to the internet in safe mode does this mean i dont have a hardware problem. Because from what i looked up that stop error is usually a hardware (physical) problem or a software is trying to access the wrong hardware. I guess im trying to ask if i reformat will i get this same stop error cuz it might be hardware or because i dont get the stop error in safe mode its not hardware?

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Re: Windows stop error 0x804dc11d

Unread postby ndmmxiaomayi » May 11th, 2008, 3:31 pm

Hi,

Dodge Caravan wrote:any suggested antispyware programs??

if i reformat can there be virus connected to my ISP address that will come back as soon as i connect back to the internet?


2 good ones which I know of.

1. Winpatrol --- http://www.winpatrol.com/

2. Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware --- http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php

Most viruses are actually on the hard disk, once you reformatted and re-installed, the virus should be gone. However, it's easy to be infected again while you attempt to update Windows and download and install protection programs.

The best would be to download the updates and all the protection programs and burn them to a disc. After that, plug out the Internet cables and reformat and re-install Windows. Apply all the patches and install all security programs from the disc before connecting to the Internet again.

hey, another question i had, the windows stop error i get that i posted in my first post that i get when i connect to the internet in normal mode, if i don't get that when i connect to the internet in safe mode does this mean i dont have a hardware problem. Because from what i looked up that stop error is usually a hardware (physical) problem or a software is trying to access the wrong hardware. I guess im trying to ask if i reformat will i get this same stop error cuz it might be hardware or because i dont get the stop error in safe mode its not hardware?


I'm not sure if it's hardware or software related. It could also be related to the malware that you have. It's not uncommon for them to cause those STOP errors.

If after reformatting and re-installing the STOP errors cease to appear again, chances are it's related to malware. If it still occurs, I suggest you try out these technical forums for help:

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Re: Windows stop error 0x804dc11d

Unread postby NonSuch » May 19th, 2008, 8:26 pm

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