I have already asked SSnake but to satisfy my curiosity, anyone else want to try and remove all USB devices, restart, connect only the usb HDD drive you want to copy to or from and see if you can get through the copy? Some other steps I’d be interested in hearing the results too: I’m the kind of person that can’t stand to not have my data backed up. Selecting best match from Driver Store including Device Path If you can try those tests, it might help me to isolate with a guy on another forum I’ve been working with. Start with small folders-around a gb or so and gradually move up until you see where you start having problems.
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USB Problem x64 Windows 7
But when I disconnect it, I can copy large files and do back-ups with no issue. Its always those 3 same files in C: At first I thought it was possibly the seagate external I was using but I have 3 Seagate ‘s, a Toshiba all of which passed every possible test-and even bought a WD passport just to check and still had the same problem.
You can use google to do the calculations or use scientific calculator. Any other ideas what might be causing my BSOD issue? I’m willing to bet that the two processes not listed in task manager causing your cpu to max out are “system interrupts” and “deferred procedure calls”. I strongly advise people NOT to do this. I sent a request to Nvidia to see if they had any newer chipset drivers for my particular card and unfortunately, because of OEM’s particular specifics, they don’t have chipset drivers available for the nforce 6xxm series and the one from the HP site is about 3 years old.
They have all kinds of new drivers for the GPU at nvidia but not the chipset portion. I’m logging off and heading to bed for the night, so no rush for this one: Your message has been reported and will be reviewed by our staff.
Looks like there are parts of the msinfo32 log that aren’t posted above. I’m not sure what’s all needed either, so that’s why I asked for everything: Many thanks for the temp fix, I’ll try it when I have time. Since you’ve already submitted a review for this product, this submission will be added as an update to your original review. Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for xul.
HPT374 UDMA/ATA133 RAID Controller Drivers
Device disappears from system. Start with small folders-around a gb or so and gradually move up until you see where you start having problems. It seemed all was lost until I found this thread. The system was unable to find the specified registry or key ” Then after that it says: Good to see some progress! Temporary Workaround For those of you hitting issues upt374 a hang or a failure to transfer data, please try the following Click on the logo orb, then start typing “reliability” in the menu used to dindows the sindows menu, not sure what it’s called these days I kept receiving errors when trying to uninstall my software and I could not find an effective way to remove it until I came to your website.
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Following frames may be wrong. What I do find interesting is that Win7 thinks this is a GeForce Perhaps when I downloaded the one from HP, it didn’t install and I’m still using the i Win7x64 driver?? Nvidia chipset AR driver ver. In the graph I have “show kernel times” enabled and it would appear the kernel was the problem maybe trying to recover the printer? I tried your solutions and finally got rid of my software.
Want to know if your hardware will work on Windows 7? Unable to verify timestamp for xul. Give the backup file a name and save it on a safe place. But i use RTM version of Windows 7 bit.
Hi Mark, Thanks for keeping us informed and keeping this thread organised.