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Old 08-15-2007, 09:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 0x0000d1 error on my laptop

I have been having the 0d1 error and it continues to crash. It doesn't stay on all that long, and its beginning to really bother me... I do not have the Vista CD/DvD because all newer computers bought nowadays the OS comes integrated in the system, so my Vista CD/DvD is nonexsistant.

I did some research and come to find out that ZoneAlarm comes in conflict with Vista's firewall, and that is what starts the 0x0000d1 error "memory dump"

I did download and install ZoneAlarm, and that is when I started to have the crashes, however...

I removed ZA and I am continuing to have the same problems... I have looked everywhere in my machine for traces of ZoneAlarm (program files, Add/Remove programs) and it is not there. I still have the installation icon to install ZA on my desktop, but that should not affect my machine at all....

Any suggestions? I have a backup from my friends laptop (who happened to buy the same exact laptop! Go figure.) Anyway, I am going to pray that it stays on long enough for me to find the restore point (I don't like Vista, so it might take a while) and see where I go from there.
But yeah any other suggestions?
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