On Sun, 20 Sep 2009 17:14:24 -0500, jclagett1 wrote:
> thanks for your message, and to everyone else who may be reading and
> responding to it, but you're missing the heart of the matter: my
> computer is shut down thanks to an update from mircosoft, and everything
> i've tried to rectify the problem hasn't worked.
> so please, anyone thinking of responding to my messages: ADVISE ME AS
> TO HOW TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM.
Your original post states: "at the urging of a microsoft message ...". I
merely pointed out that, unless you are subscribed to the Microsoft Security
Bulletins, you would never be urged by a message from Microsoft to update.
Then you state that lots of posts state that Microsoft updates have caused
problems. I know, for a fact, that I've only ever encountered one problem
with a Microsoft update; and it wasn't a serious breakage.
You claim many are reporting this problem ...
Okay, I've run an Internet search on your reported error, and nothing useful
turned up ... several people with a regular "Stop Error: 0x00000nnn", where
the 'nnn' is a three digit hexadecimal number, and your 'oxc0000034' is in a
subsequent string, thus:
| Stop: 0x0000007B (0xF7CB0524, OxC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x0000000)
But the useful information is the 0x0000007B part, not the rest of it. And
hardly any information directly mentioning "indecipherable error !!
oxc0000034". Interesting. One site which covers this error has an HJT log
posted by the affected user, and a suggestion that he has at least one
Trojan infecting his system.
All else that I can find, tangentially related, suggests you either try a
system restore to the point prior to this update, or just plain reinstall
the OS from scratch.
BTW, which KB article did this mysterious Microsoft message mentiong? Was it
an email? Did it include the "patch"?
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