Hi, I notice that some error message from Window 7 is quite long. It is troublesome to copy it when want to communicate with someone for troble shooting? Other than print screen, is there anyway to copy the error message to an e-mail body? Thanks Low
Solutions to the Problem Can I copy error message from the pop up?
Use the built-in Windows 7 Snipping Tool . Boulder Computer Maven Microsoft Most Valuable Professional
Go to the Start button.
In the Search box, type "cmd" (without quotes) and press Enter.
At the command prompt, type "chkdsk /r /f" (without quotes) and press Enter.
Reboot your computer.
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Blue Screen error caused by ntoskrnl.exe and hal.dll in Windows 7
Hi I hope someone can help me. I keep having the very annoying Blue screen of death problem which is being caused by ntoskrnl.exe and sometimes hal.dll as well. It has been going on for a few weeks now and it's very annoying. I have reinstalled Windows 7 64 bit twice on two different hard drives and the same thing keeps happening. I have also tried installing windows xp and it still happens so I am back on Windows 7 again, if that makes sense.. Anyway I have run MemTest86 and it had 7 passes and 0 errors so I can't see anything wrong with the memory... The most recent piece of hardware that I have installed was a new motherboard - Asrock H55M-LE which is the same model as the previous one I had. I also did a start up repair which came back and said 'Windows could not automatically repair any problems' (or something along those lines...) I keep having this problem what ever I am doing, browsing the net...playing a game...playing some music... it happens where ever...
Please can someone shed some light on this as I am very confused and don't know what to do next...
Thanks very much!
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