In Source Stacsv Cannot Be Found
ladymushroom Resolved HJT Threads 25 05-10-2011 11:14 PM Fake Windows Security Program has infected my computer! Basically they're so general the machine can't fail to start. Or... Some malware camouflage themselves as STacSV.exe, particularly if they are located in c:\windows or c:\windows\system32 folder. http://pgexch.com/in-source/in-source-stacsv-cannot-be.html
This too would prevent proper detection. When I googled for "STacSV 65535" I found a number of pages like this pc starts then shuts down after 1.5 min. If for any reason you cannot complete instructions within that time, that's fine, just put a post here so that I know you're still here. Any competent tech can replace the plug for you for just a couple of bucks.
Big improvement. I ran advanced chdsk. Rob Williams View Public Profile Send a private message to Rob Williams Visit Rob Williams's homepage! I'm thinking this is a one machine issue...
Rob Williams View Public Profile Send a private message to Rob Williams Visit Rob Williams's homepage! But no, it wasn't you. If ten years ago it was still common to see an entire company using just one server, these days that's no longer the case. Long story short then about a month ago I was playing Warcraft 3 and everything went fine until I got to this point where after compleating a mission the screen turned
Started by yavrn , Sep 24 2008 06:07 PM This topic is locked 2 replies to this topic #1 yavrn yavrn Members 2 posts OFFLINE Local time:08:42 PM Posted 24 My subscription is still valid but I cannot find support for this error. If you do not understand any step(s) provided, please do not hesitate to ask before continuing. https://community.spiceworks.com/windows_event/show/864-stacsv-65535 My problem lies in the fact that my SigmaTel High Definition Audio CODEC fails to start due to a Code 10.
The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. New computers are added to the network with the understanding that they will be taken care of by the admins. It would be best if you could do a clean install of XP, followed immedicatly by the Service pack. The description for Event ID ( 65535 ) in Source ( STacSV ) cannot be found.
To determine who the vendor is for this service, refer to the Version tab. https://community.norton.com/en/forums/trouble-booting-event-viewer-error-id-65535 Hawke View Public Profile Send a private message to Hawke Find More Posts by Hawke 11-09-2009, 10:43 AM #4 2Tired2Tango Tech Monkey Join Date: Mar 2009 Location: Ontario Canada If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us. Thrall PC Gaming Support 19 02-28-2011 08:33 AM Halo 2 Won't install i hate it...
you should probably turn off Automatic Updates on your system. weblink If anyone has any ideas of how to get this working I would appreciate it. I couldn't imagine dealing with all the things you have. It is located in the Windows folder, but it is not a Windows core file.
If not, you may want to backup all your personal files (not programs) to a USB Flash or HDD, and run the Restore disc you have and return your computer to Thanks for getting back to me. 05-15-2011, 01:05 PM #4 Rich-M Team Manager - Hardware Join Date: May 2007 Location: NE Pennsylvania Posts: 11,257 OS: Windows 10 This will give the audio chip more time to respond during P&P detection. navigate here When I checked "Application" just now, I find 3 more errors: 1.
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The program is not visible. I will try that. You can download Service Pack 3 directly from Microsoft Here This is the network install version so there's no reporting back and no validation tests. OS repair did not show errors.
It's possibly a dll missing. Lets start with the ones we can go after easily... And you know what Hawke... his comment is here most likely it is a hardware defect that will require replacing the board to fix.
Haha, that comment made me laugh out loud. Join the IT Network or Login. I cant get through prime 95 however ran an 8 hour memtest without errors. Known file sizes on Windows XP are 90112 bytes (69% of all occurrence), 53248 bytes, 86016 bytes, 73728 bytes, 94208 bytes, 77824 bytes.