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Hi, this is my first post in the forum :)

i broke my laptop screen one day, took it to a shop and got it replaced.
now every so often i will hear the USB connect/disconnect sound, and i figured out that it was my webcam which is connected inside my screen.

i also run into problems with my wireless card whereas it shows it is still connected to the internet connection of choice but in the browser says there is no connection, upon trying to disable/re-enable or "repair" the connection the utility freezes. the only solution is to shutdown.

the shutdown process goes forever so i am forced to reboot. when it restarts i get a message saying windows recovered from serious problem
with this info in it:

error signature:
BCCode : 1000008e BCP1 : 80000004 BCP2 : 80708AE1 BCP3 : 9F6A0080
BCP4 : 00000000 OSVer : 5_1_2600 SP : 3_0 Product : 768_1


i got another one that also had these changes to it

BCCode : ea BCP1 : 8549E700 BCP2 : 86B747D8 BCP3 : 86D04338
BCP4 : 00000001 OSVer : 5_1_2600 SP : 3_0 Product : 768_1

i have faced a coupkle blue screens in this whole process so i figure they are related

i am running windows xp on an acer aspire one D150

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It is possible the webcam issues are causing the system to enter a bad power state or interfering with the drivers for USB and network devices. You could try general USB troubleshooting to see if it resolves the problem.

For the webcam issues, I would also suggest trying to clear the CMOS through the BIOS by loading default or optimized settings through the Exit screen of the BIOS. See your system manual for steps to enter the BIOS.

If the above do not work, a few items might have been disconnected during the screen repair. You may have to
  • take the system back to the repair place to have them repair their handywork, or
  • take the system apart yourself if you are comfortable doing so and check loose connections for your network and webcam

Further help may be possible if you follow the XP blue screen posting instructions.

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