Running Win2K, sp4. Boots properly, but as soon as I plug in the DSL cable, I get the BSOD, and it reboots. The reboot is too fast for me to get much info from the blue sreen. The PC works fine as long as it is not connected to internet. Running on Thinkpad 390x. I've been using this internet connection for 6 months, and this never happened.
Error in Event Log says: Event ID = 1000. Source = PerfDisk.
After this started happening, I scanned with AVG 8.0, and found several viruses. Among them are: Trojan SHeur.BMZO and Trojan Proxy.YRL
Thanks for your help
I dont remember windows 2000 very much since been using XP for a while now. But if you right click on My Computer and select Properties.Under the Advanced tab, you should see Startup and Recovery and if you cick on settings, one of the tick boxes in this screen should allow you to stop your computer from automatically rebooting on a system failure.
Once you have done the above, try connecting the DSL cable and record and post the error you get when it does a BSOD.
I would also suggest downloading and running superantispyware from www.superantispyware.com. This will clean alot of your malware/spyware