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The windows subsystem system process terminated unexpectedly with a status of 0xc000005 ( 0x7c9106c3 0x0100ed04)  The system has shutdown.

In Windows XP.
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Hello can anyone help me that? Its very urgent.
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Zip your last 3 *.dmp files and upload them using the Link below, post a Link to your upload once done:

http://www.ee-stuff.com/
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Can you please tell me where do I find those dmp files? I mean the location of those dmp files. So that I can upload those files for your reference. Thank You.
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Right Click "My Computer", select "Properties", "Advanced", "Startup and Recovery - Settings", and there under "Debugging information" you'll see where the minidumps are written to. You can also select between small and full dumps. Always select minidumps, as those are enough.
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I'm tryin to upload dmp file but its sayin' Invalid Question value and i cant upload file.
I give the same question (The windows subsystem system process terminated unexpectedly with a status of 0xc000005 ( 0x7c9106c3 0x0100ed04)  The system has shutdown) in question input box but still cant upload...would you mind if you can give me your email so that i can mail it to you. thanks for your help.
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Please response ASAP. Very Urgent.
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Please reply ASAP. Thank You.
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Hello ! Can anyone help me on that?
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by:rindi
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Sorry, I was busy and had to get my Windows PC running before I could check the dump file.

Can you boot into safe mode? Do you have symantec's GoBack installed? If GoBack is installed, try removing it then check if the problem persists. You can make yourself a UBCD4WIN which includes a utility that allows you to uninstall GoBack.

http://ubcd4win.com

You can also use the above CD to scan your PC for malware, as that can cause your issues. It includes Antivirus and malware scanners, and you can also use it's web-browser with which you can use trendmicro's housecall online scanner.


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Yes, I can boot in safe mode. But I dont have symantec's GoBack Installed.  What could be the other reason? Thank You.
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As I mentioned above, malware can be a reason. Another reason can be that somehow you set wrong permissions on files or folders. That would be almost impossible to correct without a fresh install. Also with malware I've generally had better experience with a clean install, but that can depend on the malware.
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Thanks ! Its all about permission. Good Job.
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Thanks! It all about permission.
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