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Fresh Install > Windows 7 > Blue Screen while 'Expanding Windows Files'

Postby DumbBunny » 21. Dec 2018, 14:59

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Re: Fresh Install > Windows 7 > Blue Screen while 'Expanding Windows Files'

Postby andyp73 » 21. Dec 2018, 16:32

DumbBunny wrote:BLUE SCREEN

The blue screen probably shows some information on the reason for it being generated (bugcheck code and driver it was caused by). Even if you can't post the screen shot those details may help.

What would also help is the VBox.log file from the guest. Please zip it before posting.

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Fresh Install > Windows 7 > Blue Screen while 'Expanding Windows Files'

Postby DumbBunny » 22. Dec 2018, 03:52

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Re: Fresh Install > Windows 7 > Blue Screen while 'Expanding Windows Files'

Postby socratis » 22. Dec 2018, 10:15

I''m afraid we didn't start on the right foot here. Do you mind observing a couple of rules?

  1. Do NOT edit your messages by completely changing the content like you did with your first one. It makes no sense and the answers seem out of context (like Andy's). It is considered "post vandalism" and it is grounds for banning. You're new and you didn't know that. Until now...

  2. Do NOT post in all caps. It's considered as shouting and it's thought of as rude, not good etiquette...

  3. Do NOT post duplicates. According to the forum rules, duplicate posts are not allowed. I merged your two posts. They even had the exact same title...

  4. Do NOT try to obfuscate a message on purpose. Please edit your second message and include the letters that you omitted in an attempt to make a point. People will get really bored reading it and they'll move on without helping you. And that's why you're here in the first place, no?
If you obfuscate any information requested, I will obfuscate my response. These are virtual UUIDs, not real ones.
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Re: Fresh Install > Windows 7 > Blue Screen while 'Expanding Windows Files'

Postby DumbBunny » 28. Dec 2018, 22:03

Thanks for the warnings I'm -able to se the letter between t-and-v - I kid yo- not, Anytime that letter is in the post - it will not post.

Can't -ndo the changes - this for-m will not allow any changes incl-ding the letter between t-v

Can't write on this for-m. Need a place that will allow English.

Side note - delete this post - it's pathetic a new -ser can't write in english here.

J-st pathetic. (If yo-'re -nable to see the fr-stration the pathetic anti-spam bot creates, I have no sympathy for yo-)
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Re: Fresh Install > Windows 7 > Blue Screen while 'Expanding Windows Files'

Postby Martin » 29. Dec 2018, 00:17

Nobody else has a this problem, even new users can post the letter u.
The problem is very likely local to your computer. Did you try another browser?
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Re: Fresh Install > Windows 7 > Blue Screen while 'Expanding Windows Files'

Postby socratis » 29. Dec 2018, 16:57

1 month cooling off period for vandalism and smartness. I hope that they take this time to invest in a keyboard that has a proper "U".
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