> Dear Mr.Malke,
> today again the same incident happened. Just for info, the OS is Windows
> Vista Home Premium.
> the message was as follows:-
> STOP: 0x000000D1 (0X0072007C, 0X00000002, 0X00000000, 0X90D3E040)
> US30XP.SYS-Address 90D3E040
> base at 90D33000, Date Stamp 46933a9d
> Again I restarted in normal mode and the problem details shown were as
> given below:-
> Problem Event Name : Blue Screen
> OS Version : 6.0.6000.2.0.0.768.3
> Locale ID:16393
> Service Pack:0_0
You can simply call me Malke, and I'm a woman so "Mr." is incorrect. I'm not
offended, just setting you straight.
The US30XP.SYS file apparently belongs to something called Universal
Shield/Lock Folders. If you Google "US30XP.SYS" you will get a lot of links
showing people having blue screen issues with this file.
If you then Google "Universal Shield/Lock Folders" you will get a lot of
links showing people having problems with this software by Everstrike
Software. From what I can quickly gather, these programs provide some sort
of encryption and/or passwording of folders. I suggest you uninstall
anything you've gotten from Everstrike and see if that fixes things for
If you honestly don't see either Univeral Shield or Lock Folders installed
on your computer, then contact Acer tech support. I suppose there is a
chance Everstrike software is incorporated into something that Acer
preinstalled. I haven't seen that with Acers here in the field, but that
doesn't mean it doesn't happen elsewhere.
Elephant Boy Computers