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Please check out my mini dump and offer any advice. Panasonic Toughbook cf-31. PC hangs on startup and then flashes the blue screen.
030614-14118-01.dmp
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by:helpfinder
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it says probably caused by ACPI.sys
did you install some new device or driver in your system?
try to run command from command prompt sfc /detect now
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try to boot with F8 and choose last good known configuration
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New hard drive with image from the old machine.

 Last good known did not work.
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every time you boot it goes to BSOB before you load desktop?
if so check your BIOS settings for SATA mode (IDE, AHCI, Compatible)
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I have two options in BIOS compatible and ACHI. Both give a blue screen :/
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by:M Roe
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Try F8 and then look at devices that power off if not used like NIC cards etc.

Also check bios to make sure the new drive is setup correctly
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by:tfgeorge
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I have no way to run the hotfix listed as I can only get into safe mode and safe mode will not allow me to run it.
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by:helpfinder
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try in safe mode Start>Run>msconfig and untick all Startup items. Reboot.
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by:M Roe
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Here is what I get

03/06/14 4:05:26 PM      DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE      0x0000009f      0x00000003      0x8687e5c8      0x8336c9e0      0x89daa458
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by:M Roe
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Also from command prompt run sfc /scannow
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by:tfgeorge
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Still got blue screen with all items from startup unchecked.
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try that sfc /scannow as Roe wrote (Safe mode with command prompt) and as I wanted but I mixed switches for sfc and wuauclt :)
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ran the sfc /scannow...Windows resource protection did not find any integrity violations
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by:nobus
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look for any bios updates, adressing system stability or such :
http://www.panasonic.com/business/toughbook/computer-support-search-downloads.asp#

fill in model and OS - 32 or 64 bit
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by:M Roe
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Can you run the computer off just the power supply and remove the battery?

Also are you running any symantec software on this computer?


Run sigverif and make sure drivers have proper signatures.

Reseat memory if possible
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by:tfgeorge
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sigverif found two unsigned drivers:

fsclm.sys
nmvnic.sys
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nmvnic.sys  - is netmotion
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by:nobus
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what about bios updates?
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I will try bios updates next
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