Shift+F10 will bring a command prompt; bootsect will let you restore an XP or Vista boot sector.Chkdsk breaks a lot of rootkits - they break the file system and chkdsk removes AllenM Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 14-Dec-2008 Posts: 10,679 Solutions: 262 Kudos: 2,492 Kudos0 Re: Blue screen of death from full system scan Posted: 24-Nov-2009 | 3:48PM • Permalink woodrow15 wrote:The memory Nancy Altholz is a Microsoft Security MVP and security expert. It's really annoying to get the BSoD but at least it isn't like some other posts I read where they get it randomly, at least it only happens when I run http://ix2003.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-of-death-fix.html
AllenM Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 14-Dec-2008 Posts: 10,679 Solutions: 262 Kudos: 2,492 Kudos0 Re: Blue screen of death from full system scan Posted: 24-Nov-2009 | 5:09PM • Permalink woodrow15 wrote:i have You will be informed that you must schedule this check, please answer yes. Schouwenberg noted that rootkit-infected machines running any flavor of Windows will crash when the MS10-015 update is applied. "This affects every version of Windows," he said, including Vista and Windows 7. Microsoft was NOT patching atapi.sys in this set of updates.
This time I wrote down what it said though so here it is. *** Stop 0x0000007E (0xC0000005, 0x89CDB64B, 0x80730890, 0x8073058C) *** SYMDS.SYS - Address 89CDB64B base at 89CCF000, Datestamp 4a89e90F Collecting Its like blaming the US Government for letting businesses go over sea when you still shop at Walmart. If you get another BSOD, this tells us that whatever is happening is happening at a more fundamental level than the user level. It makes artifacts less likely (but not impossible). Take every infector you can get your hands on and check what way they use to get onto the machine.And yes, 90% is not 100%.
The files I have are in .dmp format. Analogs to this situation into meatspace would call for investigations and resignations after an "Moushiwake arimasen" for poor quality products negatively impacting the lives & livelihoods of consumers. This will bring up the event viewer. Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:2, Funny) by Anonymous Coward writes: That's one way of forcing users to take care of an infection.Let me try to respin it into an anti-Microsoft
Upgrade may resolve this but then again it may just compound the issue. Replace ATAPI.SYS Enter the following, replacing "D:" with your CD drive: cd system32\drivers ren atapi.sys atapi.old expand D:\i386\atapi.sy_ You should see the message "1 file(s) expanded." - this indicates you have All, I have ran the error information and have sent AllenM a private message as to the findings. http://www.computerworld.com/article/2521022/security0/hackers-update-rootkit-causing-windows-blue-screens.html It will return to normal when you do a normal reboot.