I do have the latest Nero version; just updated it this weekend. Since Nero
is probably the most popular CD burning software, if Nero had compatibility
issues I'd think there would be way more problems reported.
I did read that there was a compatibility issue with Realtek audio and this
patch (which my integrated audio is) but it was giving different symptoms.
MS did release a hot patch for that; but that hot patch won't install on my
system; it gives an error; probably because I need to install the security
update first; which I can't do because I can't boot into Windows after
"Richard Urban" <richardurbanREMOVETHIS@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>I have the following and have no symptoms of your problem:
> Office 2007 Professional (custom full install)
> PerfectDisk 8 build 58
> Firefox 18.104.22.168 (no add-ons at all)
> Logitech Setpoint Software ver 330a (using mouse only)
> I would start with Nero. Do you have the absolute latest version
> Go from there with the others, again using the latest version for Vista.
> If it isn't listed as being Vista compatible I would dump it.
> Richard Urban MVP
> Microsoft Windows Shell/User
> "JH" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> Here is what I have for hardware
>> ASRock 939Dual motherboard
>> Opteron 165
>> 2x1024 MB PC3200 RAM
>> Radeon x1950Pro 512 MB
>> Using integrated video and sound
>> 1x500 GB Seagate SATA2 HDD (Windows drive)
>> 2x120 GB WD HDD (Raid0 array)
>> 1x250 GB external HDD
>> For software:
>> Office 2007
>> NOD32 antivirus
>> PerfectDisk 8
>> Nero 7
>> Logitech MX Revolution and G15 mouse/keyboard drivers
>> Daemon Tools
>> I don't think I have anything out of the ordinary installed.
>> "Richard Urban" <richardurbanREMOVETHIS@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>>> Yours is one of the first, if not THE first, report of this. What have
>>> you got installed on your system that so many others do not? You may
>>> want to start by listing your hardware and installed software. Something
>>> on "your" system is causing an interaction.
>>> Richard Urban MVP
>>> Microsoft Windows Shell/User
>>> "JH" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>>>I installed this security update that was coded as an important update
>>>>on Windows Update. After rebooting, the system went to a blue screen
>>>>(error in win32k.sys). It would not even boot in safe mode, so I had to
>>>>boot from the Vista CD, run a system restore and everything worked fine.
>>>>Then, a few hours later, Windows Update automatically installed the
>>>>update again and on reboot, again the same blue screen error. I had to
>>>>run system restore a second time to fix it.
>>>> Has anyone else had this problem? Is there any solution other than
>>>> turning off automatic update right now? How can MS screw up so bad on
>>>> an update that it forces to people's systems by default?