Every Time I Go on a Web Browser and browse sites like youtube and sites with video based ads windows Crashes after a while. i know this isnt normal as this didnt happen anytime last year or early this year. it always happens when i go online. idk why. is it a bug? below is the bugcheck code, Parameters, and the driver it mentions(in the format of the BSOD.
* STOP: 0x00000050 (0xfffff8a04f305000, 0x0000000000000000, 0xfffff80003ccd07a,
*** WRCore.x64.sys - Address 0xfffff88002c7a718 base at 0xfffff88002c42000 DateStamp
Any way i can fix it?
Best answer by ScrapMechanicFan2016View original
I have a few ideas of what could be causing this. Are you using an adblocker? Have you tried multiple browsers?
Perhaps try turning some browser extensions off or trying a different browser - let me know if that works!
yes i have used multiple browsers(and even on multiple Windows 7 PCs)i use multiple browsers for different purposes. Vista Handles the same Driver file just fine.
Please do a clean reinstall of WSA.
Please follow the steps closely!
Please let us know if that resolves your issue?
Minidumps put in a zip file (contains all the memory dumps)
well i didnt even do that
but i installed linux mint on a spare 80GB HDD and now am getting something different.
the same 0x0000050 but with ntoskrnl.exe
0x00000124 with hal.dll as the listed cause in bsod
and 0x0000000A also with hal.dll
i think windows 7 just hates me for some odd reason.
now i just want to downgrade to only using vista but cant as steam doesnt support it
(also system hidden folders are visible. i set that already)
sorry i took forever to respond. this isnt closed. until i find the true culprit of my bluescreening
what would happen if i were to rename wrcore.x64.sys to something else to prevent it from loading temporarily. will webroot still be effective?
With the issues you are having it’s best to Submit a Support Ticket and they will help you sort it out.
Note: When submitting a Support Ticket, Please wait for a response from Support. Putting in another Support Ticket on this problem before Support responses will put your first Support Ticket at the end of the queue. A reply from Support should take from 24 to 48 hours but could take a little longer because of COVID 19 and the Webroot Employees are busy working from home.
i figured out the problem a month or half a week ago. i needed the SATA driver. i guess the generic one isnt good for long term use.