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Need help on how to fix BSOD, STOP code 0x0000001E

by hophuongkl / January 31, 2013 11:21 AM PST

Hello everyone,

I'm new on the forum and I don't really know much about computer so please excuse me if my question is a silly one.

My OS is Windows 7 Home Edition 64bit. Recently I'm learning to make videos and my routine is editing the raw file in Windows Movie Maker then adding some effects to it in Adobe After Effects. I've been doing fine for months until suddenly the blue screen appeared. At first the problem only occurred occasionally when I tried to import to or export from WMM. But then it happened more and more often even when I was doing nothing until it reached the point where my computer couldn't even make it to windows anymore. I took my friend's advice and reinstall windows but that didn't fix the problem.

I managed to take a photo of the blue screen but have no idea what the numbers imply. The photo can be found here

Can someone please help me fix the problem!! Thank you in advance Happy

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At, see this link for 0x0000001E
by wpgwpg / January 31, 2013 11:47 AM PST
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by christina-atd / July 29, 2013 3:17 PM PDT
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