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To do this, please go to start menu and type in cmd in the search box. Test laptop with W7 Home Premium 64 bit * NIS Vers. 21.6.0.32 Foobarred Newbie1 Reg: 10-Dec-2009 Posts: 6 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 4 Kudos0 Re: Norton Utilities 14.5 crashes Windows 7 after thanks;)  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: 23-Nov-2009 | 8:24PM • Permalink Hi Woodrow15, Dumping physical memory to disk: 100 Physical memory dump complete. navigate here

I have no other instances of instability and even overclocked to 4.1Ghz I didn't have to increase voltage to get clean Prime95 and OCCT runs.  Anyway, I'll leave the extra voltage http://www.microsoft.com/windows/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=1b544e90-7659-4bd9-9e51-2497c146af15  It might even pinpoint this issue since the two O/S's are so similar. I shall certainly heed some of the advice, having looked at the two utility programmes mentioned (Blue Screen View and What Is Hang) I found out that they don't support 64bit systems brummie Rootkit Eradicator19 Reg: 20-Oct-2008 Posts: 525 Solutions: 6 Kudos: 54 Kudos0 Re: 'BSOD' Caused by Symantec? (From another forum). http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/44386-blue-screen-after-running-norton-clean-registry-option.html

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I tried everything on the System Recovery options. I had a crash the other day that was not due to Norton (I know from my new setup) but seemed to have been cured after sorting out a long standing I would suggest you run a SFC /SCANNOW command, which is meant to analyze and fix the system files.

It sounds like other bad things happened besides just the registry becoming corrupted, something which has corrupted or removed some critical system files. I also note in the event viewer every program gives out error reporting after the first reboot AFTER the memory dump. brummie Rootkit Eradicator19 Reg: 20-Oct-2008 Posts: 525 Solutions: 6 Kudos: 54 Kudos0 Re: 'BSOD' Caused by Symantec? (From another forum). Impersonating Worker_thread The problem is Safe mode (with networking) I have been using and I cannot access System Protection to delete the saved restore points (unless there is another way to complete this

Please send us the logs & Full Memory Dumps. A Worker Thread Is Impersonating Another Process Windows 7 Those are your ram timings that are currently set in your bios. You will need to reinstall all programs, mail clients and address books, drivers and updates. https://community.norton.com/en/forums/blue-screen-death-full-system-scan brummie Rootkit Eradicator19 Reg: 20-Oct-2008 Posts: 525 Solutions: 6 Kudos: 54 Kudos0 Re: 'BSOD' Caused by Symantec? (From another forum).

Try to run the Full System Scan manually and / or from a Windows Task Scheduler instead of automatically from Norton and try running it at different times to monitor how Windows 10 And Norton Internet Security 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 I then ran a manual full system scan and the thing gave a BSOD maybe half an hour into it. Test laptop with W7 Home Premium 64 bit * NIS Vers. 21.6.0.32 dbrisendine Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Oct-2008 Posts: 5,302 Solutions: 76 Kudos: 1,435 Kudos0 Re: Blue screen of death from

A Worker Thread Is Impersonating Another Process Windows 7

Click Apply and OK. Brummie File Attachment: BSOD.txt lmacri Norton Fighter25 Reg: 05-May-2009 Posts: 2,956 Solutions: 77 Kudos: 1,461 Kudos0 Re: 'BSOD' Caused by Symantec? (From another forum). Norton Causing Blue Screen Posted: 20-Apr-2012 | 8:12AM • Permalink brummie wrote:I think you misunderstood my earlier post, in that the chap from 'W7 Forums' suggested that the cause of my BSOD was Symantec, and Windows 10 Impersonating Worker Thread Thanks Allen Windows 7 Ultimate SP 1, 64 bit, 32 GB * NIS Vers. 21.6.0.32* Ghost 15 * IE 9, Firefox, Safari.

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. http://wkpadv.com/blue-screen/wireless-adapter-causing-blue-screen-of-death.html Did a clean upgrade from 32-bit 7 to 64-bit 7 and it is running smooth now. DogsnakeJul 18, 2012, 10:24 PM Please clarify. DaveH Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Jan-2010 Posts: 6,267 Solutions: 328 Kudos: 2,021 Kudos0 Re: Blue Screen of Death when scanning Posted: 07-Sep-2014 | 11:13PM • Permalink It's a driver problem. 0x000000df

  • I had run a live update at approximately 11 AM EST 6/28 this morning and still got a blue screen around noon.
  • By pressing F8 can you get to an "Advanced Boot Options" screen?  If so, choose "Last Known Good Configuration".
  • Please see: https://support.microsoft.com/oas/default.aspx?gprid=14019&st=1 Ths should allow you to get further help from Microsoft if you are not able to restore your system using the "Last Known Good Configuration".
  • Woodrow previously had Spyware Doctor from PC Tools and I had him subsequently remove this.
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  • I found my sony digital camera drivers were causing a problem and have now rectified that one.
  • You might want to try doing a Crash Dump Analysis to find the root cause of the problem.

Please right click on the Computer on your desktop (or through Windows Explorer) and select Properties and it will give you this information. I have not modified the hardware aside having Dell/Alienware install an extra 4 gigs of DDR3 ram and a 500GB hard drive and... 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 his comment is here In particular are there any other security, Anti Virus, spyware, malware related utilities on your system?

Allen Message Edited by AllenM on 12-02-2009 09:54 PM Windows 7 Ultimate SP 1, 64 bit, 32 GB * NIS Vers. 21.6.0.32* Ghost 15 * IE 9, Firefox, Safari. Norton Removal Tool Help Please! I am running on multiple intel NUC's and dell machines all with win 7 pro that are up to date.

Also you will need to download and install a pdf reader, adobe flash and your browser if it is not Explorer.

Help Please! You can get to the recovery console with your Windows DVD. Norton will run a similar Full System Scan at around 70% cpu and peak much of the time at 100% so anything else making demands of the processor at the same Bsod Problem solved.  crisoco8722 Super Spyware Scolder8 Reg: 14-May-2009 Posts: 198 Solutions: 4 Kudos: 18 Kudos0 Re: 'BSOD' Caused by Symantec? (From another forum).

If this also does not work and "Last Known Good Configuration" does not work, then the only viable option left would be a repair install as mentioned previously. I already contacted norton support, but he says "I've never heard that issue". That way if the Windows 7 reinstall does cause a problem you will still be able to recover your personal files. weblink Ask the experts!

Do any of those columns (going up to down) match the number's you wrote down from CPU-z's Memory tab. Bump for quick answer.