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    Hi there,

    I have a HP EliteBook 8570p with the Windows 7 OS. Located on its inside is an Intel Core i7-3520M processor which is running with 2.9 GHz. The memory size amounts to 8 gigabytes. Furthermore this laptop is equipped with a solid state drive of 256 gigabytes. The machine is in a Windows network.

    Since two weeks my operating system crashes a few minutes after startup with a bluescreen. Unfortunately there’s only the error message: “error code 0x00000059”. My research has revealed that this may be due to a faulty harddisk.

    I replaced the harddisk and installed the latest drivers and Windows updates but the problem is still present.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    Greeting Tobias

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    Re: Bluescreen 0x00000059

    There is a setting in MSCONFIG to not reboot on error, so you should see the whole of the BSOD and maybe get more information - check what the initial issue is and then track it through to the final crash
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    • #3
      Re: Bluescreen 0x00000059

      Have you debugged the dump file??

      IMHO start by looking at drivers.

      http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315263

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        Blue screen 0x00000059

        Hi there,

        I have a HP EliteBook 8570p with the Windows 7 OS. Located on its inside is an Intel Core i7-3520M processor which is running with 2.9 GHz. The memory size amounts to 8 gigabytes. Furthermore, this laptop is equipped with a solid-state drive of 256 gigabytes. The machine is in a Windows network.

        Since two weeks, my operating system crashes a few minutes after start up with a blue screen. Unfortunately, there’s only the error message: “error code 0x00000059.” My research has revealed that this may be due to a faulty hard disk.
        I replaced the hard disk and installed the latest drivers and Windows updates but the problem is still present.

        Any help would be greatly appreciated.

        Greeting Tobias

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        • #5
          Re: Blue screen 0x00000059

          A quick check for that code gave me an MSDN article talking about 'PINBALL File System', and the issue was a nonpooled memory error. They recommend more RAM in the machine.

          You said your '...memory size amounts to 8 gigabytes'. Could you clarify '...amounts to...'?
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          • #6
            Re: Bluescreen 0x00000059

            Merged with previous copy of this thread, which was moved to the Windows 7 forum.

            There is a very helpful "MOVED" redirect left behind to let you know this is done - it was the top post in the forum, so not TOO difficult to find
            Tom Jones
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            • #7
              Re: Bluescreen 0x00000059

              Hi, you could take out some RAM and just boot with a single stick, if the error happens you could do the same with the other.
              Also windows includes memory diagnostics which may help.

              http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/w...-your-computer


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              • #8
                Re: Bluescreen 0x00000059

                update all the firmware and the drivers, then see if that resolves it.

                it may not be a faulty disk so much as a faulty chipset, or faulty driver..

                when you say you "replaced the hard disk" - does it have a full new system on it, or did you clone the old one ?
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