A customer brought me her Win 7 Home Premium laptop complaining that the right mouse button was having problems. The first thing I tried to do is connect a Logitech wireless USB mouse, but the driver could not be downloaded as my internet connection was down at that time.
On reboot, I got a blue screen with
ILED Stop 0x0000006b
The 4 parameters were all zeros.
This is a hard failure, here's what I've tried so far...
Safe mode - same error
Last Known Good configuration - same error
Turn off driver verification - same error
Booted from Win 7 Recovery disk, ran startup repair, same error
Ran chkdsk c: /r it found and fixed several errors including a couple of bad sectors - but same error on reboot
Restored from a previous restore point and it booted! Noticed that Win 7 SP1 was not installed so I ran that update, and went out to dinner. Came back and rebooted machine, got the Stop 0x6a again
Booted from Ultimate Boot CD ad ran memtest86+ through 4 iterations, no errors
Can no longer restore from a previous restore point, all give some sort of failure
I'm out of ideas. My gut tells me this is a software problem, but I don't really know. I'll attach the minidump files and hopefully someone here can give me some idea of where things are going wrong.