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From: Nordic on 07/20/2002
I need some help on how to get rid of the error 0E 0177 BFF7B018 I keep getting it when I start my computer and I have to go through the safe mode to do a disc scan before it will even let me go back onto the normal mode. Please help me solve this problem.
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From: Dave on 09/24/2003
Are you using anti-virus softare and/or Yahoo Companion?

I've been told by tech support where I bought my PC that this message has been traced to anti-virus software and to Yahoo Companion. You may want to uninstall these programs from startup to see if that fixes the problem. If not then you may want to uninstall them completely. Then upgrade your anti-virus software or contact the company to see what they say. Post a message to let me know if this worked.

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From: EUS on 09/14/2003
I was getting this error after writing zeros to a hard drive, formatted and reloaded this system 3 times, same error message intermittently when booting the system into Windows. I had two identical systems, both just reloaded, same apps, drivers, chip set. The only thing that was different about the 2 was the hard drives. I swapped the drives between the two systems and the error followed the drive. I replaced the drive to correct this issue. The hard drive passed every diagnostic test I ran on it. Maybe this will help someone. Iíve seen crazier things happen.
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From: Waffa on 05/20/2003
If ya have norton antivirus 2003 or so, then unninstall it, go to register and delete everything you find whit norton antivirus, and northon, then Clean out your computer whit Ad-Aware, and then Clean coputer whit Ace utilites or powertools 16, after that your problem should be fixed.

And if this one dosent help trye delete all files from c:\windows\applog folder, and reinstall/upgrade video drivers.

Your coputer should log in whit safe mode do to all this :)

Waffa/ abokcomputers

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From: Nordic on 08/06/2002
Here is the information that the error gave me:

Windows
An error has occurred. To continue:
Press Enter to return to Windows, or
Press CTRL+ALT+DEL to restart your computer.
If you do this, you will lose any unsaved information in all open applications.
Error: 0E : 177 : BFF775B4
Press any key to continue.

My computer freezes up when I get to the screen that shows that messenge on it so I have to unplug my computer and go to the safe mode then.

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From: Computerpilot on 07/25/2002

I need more specifics of your error message. This error message usually will give an indication of what file is causing the error. Sometimes it does not and you need to follow the troubleshooting for these error messages.

Have you tried the 'step by step confirmation'? You should try this instead of safe mode. This will ask you (y or n) to load each item individually. You can do this and note each item that is being loaded until you get the blue screen. The item just before the blue screen is the one that is causing it.

Please note recent additions that you have made to your system. Hardware or software (expecially freeware and shareware programs) will cause problems like with either in the programming or with changes they have made to critical system files.

Another option is to run the SFC utility in MSDOS mode. This will check all your system files for damage or if they are missing. This only works with versions of windows before Millenium Edition.

Hope this gets you started. Post back with more information on your troublshooting and error message and I might be able to provide more help

Computerpilot

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