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Blue Screen showing CI.DLL, 0X0000008E, 0XC0000005, 0X804D5C4C, 0X8D767060, 804CD4C, 804C9000, 47DE5708

Posted on 2009-04-02
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This is my Laptop:

DELL D6400, VISTA ULTIMATE, 4GB RAM, etc...

I am getting every so often, at startup, a blue screen with the known: CI.DLL, 0X0000008E, 0XC0000005, 0X804D5C4C, 0X8D767060, 804CD4C, 804C9000, 47DE5708

I've looked online and found some info, which I've applied and works, but then when I reboot (and again, it doesn't happen every time) I get the blue screen.

THANKS for your help on this.
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I had a similar issue before. Ccleaner's registry scanner fixed my problem.

Try downloading ccleaner (http://www.ccleaner.com/download), click on Registry, then Scan for Issues, click Fix selected issues, save your current Registry, then click on Fixed all selected issues. Reboot the computer.
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If CCleaner does not solve the issue, lokk inside your c:\windows\minidumps folder for dump files (*.dmp), rename them to *.txt and attach them here as file attachment.
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Rck_gwu & Torimar:

Thanks so much for your support. I used the CCleaner and it's working out so far. I'll give it more time over the weekend to see how it goes.

There are no files in the minidump folder. I guess CCleaner deleted them.

FC
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Thanks!! It worked perfectly!! :-)
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Thanks Guys that work for me also.

Thanks
Fixitben
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