Stabilitylib.dll error message on W7 Startup

April 16, 2011 at 02:57:52
Specs: Windows 7, AMDAtherlon II
Windows 7 32 bit. I have had the misfortune of installing W7 on my Gigabyte PC which has been fraught with problems but now one of the auto updates has left a blue screen. I have managed a restore which has restarted the PC after a fashion but I keep getting a stabilitylib.dll message at start up. mother board is a 3.4 quad with 4 gig ram and a 1gig Asus EAH5450 graphics card.the pc is running at about the speed of a 486 Pentium any help would be good. Bill Gates team just get me to hide the updates that will not work for me which is probably why my problems are cumulative.

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#1
April 16, 2011 at 05:54:48
i doubt that windows is your problem, however to prove the point, create a new partition and install a linux just to check.
this sounds like a hardware issue or possibly a bad bios setup.
my guess would be a bad stick of ram, try the build with only 1 ram sick in slot one, reinstall see if it works, then try each slot and the same with the other sticks.
also run a disk check and cheak try to recover bad sectors..
set bios to default.
make sure all your hardware is registered in the bios correctly.
is your drive ide/sata/pata/achi make sure all settings in bios correct for your hardware.
win 7 has out sold XP with millions of machines running perfectly well so i dont see win 7 been the problem.
what brand of machine is it?
did you build it?
full install/upgrade?
did you do a compat test?

i hate computers!
but cant help myself....


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#2
April 16, 2011 at 11:21:49
Hi there Princecorum, Many thanks for your reply. I did buy the PC kit from a good supplier all I had to do was put it together which is something I have done many times in the past but you may have a valid point regarding the bias as all that I did when assembled was to set the bias to sata and install the main board cd and answer it's questions as best as I could and then run the run the W7 64 bit cd and also attach the PC to the internet and it did the necessary by it's self. the system did not run good as most programs that were closed continued to run in the back ground but could not be restarted again so the C drive was formatted in the in the Microsoft method and the 32 bit version installed which ran a little better. Now you have mentioned the pitfalls and the fact that W7 is OK my next move will be to find a good guy to fix it for me as my only experience is ATX and does not cover Sata drives.Many thanks again for you words of help. Kind regards Martin

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April 16, 2011 at 13:10:00
Many thanks again for you words of help. Kind regards Martin

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#4
April 16, 2011 at 20:26:46
Did you install your motherboard, video and other drivers? If not then this also could be the problem. Without more specifics I cannot be sure, but I suspect that 64bit would run well if you have enough memory installed. As above, check or have someone check:
Drivers
BIOS settings
Memory
Hard drive
Sufficient power from power supply (cheap one in 'kits' are often not very good)

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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#5
April 17, 2011 at 03:10:05
Hi there thank you for your interest.
The mother board is a Gigabyte GA-770T-USB3 with a 500GB Sata drive attached, The Ram DDR3 2 X 2 sticks of Corsair 2G, the Graphics card is an Asus EAH5450 Silent with 1GB DDR3 and the power supply is an uprated Corsair 400 watt unit with sleeved power leads, looks like a real tough cookie and was not a cheap unit. The case has 4 x 5 inch fans fitted just to make sure it is cool. I did install all the mother board drivers after the W7 install including sound network and graphics etc. I have been through the BIOS and there does not seem a problem all hardware is recognized in fact the only unit not supported is my scanner. No conflicts reported. supply voltages in spec. There is just one thing that happens on odd occasions, the screen granulates in to a mess of fine colour and then the PC restarts and I get a message that the PC has recovered from a stop error and is checking for an answer but no answer ever arrives there are a number of auto updates that have caused a blue screen at start up which has been over come in the past with the help of Microsoft help , that is by restoring to an earlier date and tracing and hiding the offending updates, there are lots of them and many hours sorting the offenders. I think now the PC is as brassed off with me as I am with it. I'm sure it gives a sie and a wobble when it sees me having a look and a prod at it. Cheers for now Martin.

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#6
April 19, 2011 at 21:09:32
I was experiencing this same error message on my Gigabyte GA-770T-USB3. The problem happened after I updated EasyTune 6 which is by default set to load at start-up. After update, ET6 wouldn't run and received this error message "Stabilitylib.dll not present please reinstall". I uninstalled and reinstalled with a version i found online (make sure you install teh right version depending on your CPU- AMD or Intel). This solved my problem and ET6 runs fine without the update. Hopefully Gigabyte will issue a new update to correct this error.

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#7
April 20, 2011 at 05:44:49
Many thanks for your info. I don't have ET6 installed but I do have Paint shop, Nero 10 Skype and a few others. I found Paint shop was the culprit. I did like you have suggested, uninstall - install all my programs one at a time and the notice disappeared after the Paint shop session. thank you for your help. Regards Martin.

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#8
May 18, 2011 at 19:42:31
Hey acjohnston, I'm having the same problem as you , and did as you suggested only the newer version I downloaded won't install. I removed the old ET6 and the install still stops and tells me to uninstall ET6.

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#9
May 18, 2011 at 19:43:51
Any suggestions?

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#10
August 17, 2011 at 10:22:37
Did you get your problem solved? After uninstalling ET6 and any folders related to it, I manually removed all the entries in the registry named ET6 or Easy Tune 6. I did a registry clean up and reinstalled the updated ET6 from the website and it worked just fine.

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