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Solved: Vista Blue Error Screen Appeared When Connecting Ipod

Supported OS: Windows 10/8/7/XP/Vista, Mac OS X (Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7 and 10.8, 10.9, 10.10 Yosemite) on iMac, MacBook, Mac Pro etc. I think I have an idea though. Please let me know if you have any questions with this process. Reply yeefong says February 18, 2009 at 4:20 pm Hi, I did everything that you said to do, except that I got this error saying "cannot open volume for direct access" http://realink.org/solved-vista/solved-vista-boot-error-winload-exe.html

Or is there any way to reverse this? You can try reinstalling or uninstalling the program or restore the computer. My newest iPod recently came up with the error so I had to look and see if there's a way to fix it. Glad it's not something I did.

Didn't know the cause, of course ,and I didn't know about hitting the F8 repeatedly. More > How to fix ntdll.dll file and related issues Learn to handle the most delicate file within the windows OS. Run Windows Key Finder and Office Key Finder to retrieve your Windows CD key and Office key. Reply David says January 22, 2009 at 11:43 pm Wow!!

I can reproduce this every time now. This was usefull. How did Microsoft miss this, foe heaven's sake? That message sure was irritating!

Luke P Just got my VAIO FW a couple days ago and was unable to remove any sort of USB hardware (flash drives, transfer cables, even a portable mouse) without getting Paco Hey, I have an Hp Pavilion dv6570ee, and I'm currently having a major bluescreen problem. First disconnect your iPhone or iPod from your system and then uninstall iTunes and Apple Mobile Device Support from "Control Panel -> Program and Features". 2. Again, thanks for this site!!

Like one of your correspondents above I have also stored you in my favourites. Wonderful advice! Try reinstalling itunes and let me know if that works. Please PingPong all you want , no problem, I just hope for a solution as even Level1 service of HP cannot find a solution.

Please advice. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-hardware/receive-blue-screen-error-when-syncing-iphone-to/fdf033e1-3550-4ab7-8ce7-3f866517b833 Both synchronise perfectly in iTunes BUT have the "RAW file" notification when I try to chkdsk in DOS in order to remove the Vitsa error. BONUS TIP: Just for fun! When I connect one of the iPods to a USB port a blue screen appears after appr. 10 seconds.

If that does not work and it then you can plug the ipod in Right-click on the ipod disk when it is mounted choose Format, then chose "Quick format" after it More about the author Reply Mark Flavin says July 31, 2008 at 5:55 pm Sean you need to open a command prompt first. I know I entered the right letter. Thanks again!!!

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/973879 Evan Wondrasek Thank you for the link! Home / Computer Problems / Quick Ways to Fix the Blue Screen of Death All TOPICS All Topics Yes or No Memory Card Flash Drive Mac Recovery Hard Disk Deleted Files I appreciate your posting and have now saved your site to my Favs! http://realink.org/solved-vista/solved-vista-update-error-80245003.html Reply Mark Flavin says July 19, 2008 at 12:13 pm Hector have you tried plugging the device into a new usb port?

now everything is else working fine… bt suddenly my bluetooth has stopped working… could u plz shed some light on the same.. At least that's what I did and it worked for me, thanks again so much. . However, it does involves wiping the iPod data completely ("restoring" it to its original state when you first got it).

However, next time some program writes, it might (or not) popup again.

So while the drive was still recognized I ran the command prompt and the "chkdsk _: /f" command & it worked like a charm! Rick I forgot to mention that I reinstalled windows so all updates are recent. Reply antonio soprano says May 14, 2010 at 8:20 am Hi all, I have run into this same problem on Win7 64. The problem seemed to be triggered by any Apple iPod device being attached, and in some cases users had to restore in order to regain access to their machines.

But we can have a look at the actual BSOD if you do this >> 1 > create a new folder on the desktop and call it "dumpcheck" or whatever you This laptop is brand new- I've only had it for 3 days- so I was freaking out. Hopefully in the future these updates can be tested more thoroughly before they are released! news Also check out the following support page http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1207 Reply Ana says July 19, 2008 at 4:01 pm This solution worked for me.

Hopefully I can find something that works. Quote: it's human nature to stand in line... -my brother 11-06-2012, 11:55 AM #8 soepsound Registered Member Join Date: Sep 2012 Posts: 5 OS: win7 SP1 Quote: Originally Below is Microsoft’s link explaining the Vista 64 Bit SP2 update issue. The update log does show kb973879 being installed, though.

The HP tech told me the've seen a lot of these and also told me that M/S has withdrawn this update. (Really? ever since i have unistalled that update, i have not been able to connect my bluetooth device… plz help me out… thanks in advance… Guest Thank you so much! Reply James says December 3, 2009 at 11:30 am doesn't work for me either. Although I think I did do the scan and fix button the first time.

If the Logitech Quickcam Pro 5000 is installed (with any kind of driver!) the Windows XP blue screen appeared. Best Buy want to charge me as well. I hung up on dat B* for me the blue screen started to appear whn i removed my memroy card safely or unsafely… so i went to Best Buy where i But here are some: KB973874 KB970653 KB969058 KB968389 KB967190 There are too many to list and I can't copy and paste.

Evan, how can we know which updates to install and that won't hurt our PCs? I received 4 updates at the same time: KB973879, KB973874, KB970653, and KB972036. Now Apple has released an updated version of iTunes to fix this issue. THANK YOU, THANK YOU , THANK YOU !!!!

Instead open up a command line prompt by clicking on the windows logo key and then clicking on the command prompt icon: At the command prompt type the following command. it worked as you explained it should. If you install SP2 and do not encounter the problem, you can stop the specific KB973879 update by opening Windows Updates (accessible via control panel) and click "View Available Updates".