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Blue Screen No more IRP stack locations

Posted on 2011-03-14
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The computer blue screens on boot, about 10 seconds after showing the login screen. The only change made to this computer that could have caused this was a new anti virus (VIPRE) its installed on every sytem in the office.
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Sorry for anyone from the Apple software area, I dont know how that zone was added.
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I have removed the Antivirus software, the computer will run in safe mode, but will not boot normally.
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Turns out one of the employee's tried to install a third party USB to VGA adapter. Installation failed. They uninstalled the driver, and it was lingering. System restore to a recent windows update worked great.
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