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Pb2Au

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#1 12 years ago

Lately I've been getting a variety of blue screens, and hope you guys can help. The blue screens cite problems such as 'HTTP.sys' and something like 'GRTiMod' (I forget the exact tag), among others. The screens do not appear to be correlated with any one process, it seems to be entirely random. I have used adware and virus scanners, and run a registry cleaner, but the screens persist. I downloaded the suggested patch for the HTTP.sys error in conjunction with SP2, but that did not help. This PC is the family PC, with 3 accounts and WinXP. If you can think of any suggestions/possible explanations, please help me out. I'll gladly (try to) answer any questions that might help you work this out. Thanks in advance.




N88TR

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#2 12 years ago

Back up everything and re-install?

google for 'http.sys?'




Pb2Au

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#3 12 years ago

Reinstall what? Windows? That's the main problem: I have no clue what causes this. I also did search for the HTTP.sys BSOD problem, and found a solution. Apparently it was caused by problems in Service Pack 2, and there was a patch which should have solved it. As I stated, dling and installing the patch did not help at all.




Chris

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#4 12 years ago

Your system and OS specs?




N88TR

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#5 12 years ago

I got nothing, sorry.




Enterprise2002

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#6 12 years ago

Have you installed any new hardware, or any new drivers for hardware recently?




Homer Gonerson

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#7 12 years ago
J.C. DentonYour system and OS specs?

WinXP with SP2, but we'll have to wait for him on specs

Have you tried doing a repair of Windows using the install disc? Restart and boot to the windows disc, then do a repair. Other than that, I'm not of much help as far as suggestions go for this :(




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#8 12 years ago

XP 2002 Home Edition Dell Dimension, 2.4 gHz, 512 RAM. Top of the line, innit :p I'll try a system restore, hoping that will work. I got another BSOD earlier today. Thanks for spending some time trying to figure out what is happening...