Windows 10: Going to certain web address immediately bluescreens PC

Discus and support Going to certain web address immediately bluescreens PC in AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security to solve the problem; The web address / /g l o b a l r o o t / c o n d r v / k e r n e l c o n n e c t/, note: I might have typed the address wrong, sorry if I have.... Discussion in 'AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security' started by DeveloperWOW64, May 4, 2021 at 1:37 PM.

  1. Going to certain web address immediately bluescreens PC


    The web address / /g l o b a l r o o t / c o n d r v / k e r n e l c o n n e c t/, note: I might have typed the address wrong, sorry if I have. automatically bluescreens the said computer. I believe this could be used for more harmful/malware purposes and requires the attention of Microsoft and think they should restrict at least Microsoft Edge browsers from accessing it. Surprisingly, the Mozilla Firefox browser instantly bluescreens, without giving enough time to render the 't' of kernelconnect. As well as that, a website, Malware Watch, owned by popular youtuber and developer Enderman,

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    DeveloperWOW64, May 4, 2021 at 1:37 PM
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  2. Ray.TJ Win User

    Web Addresses

    Please advise how to prevent previously used web addresses being stored and listed and suggested each time a new search is entered

    RayTJ
     
  3. old email addresses

    Thank you for updating me HA.111

    Here is the step to remove that old email address.

    Start typing an email address into the “To” field. As soon as you see the old email address being recommended as one of the potential candidates, use the down arrow key to scroll through the list of suggestions. Once you highlight the old email address, type the delete key. In many cases, this will actually remove the entry not only from the current list of suggestions but from future suggestions as well. You may even find that as you mouse over the drop-down list the highlighted item will have an “x” to explicitly allow you to delete it.

    Just do this step and your good to go.

    Continue to have an escellent day HA.111

    Best regards,

    Anthony C. De Jesus

    Independent Advisor
     
    Anthony1129, May 4, 2021 at 1:38 PM
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  4. doug4901 Win User

    Going to certain web address immediately bluescreens PC

    Running IE11 and accessing a 192.168.0.x address

    So sorry for the very late reply. I am not a well person.

    I have tried the suggestions and these are my results. I have been slow, but things have got more complications as I tried more.

    Most important: I have tried dozens of times (really!), and just now it worked and this is what I did, and had done many times before without luck.


    • I ran IExplore.exe with admin rights
    • I entered 192.168.0.50:86 and that put me immediately into where I wanted to be with access to my 4 cameras.
    • I repeated the same steps 2 times more and failed.
    • My third attempt it worked again! What is the saying? .... "go figure!"

    In all my (earlier dozs of attempts) where I tried your kind suggestions, this is what happened:


    • If you add http:// or https:// in front of 192.168 does it change behaviour?

    That made no difference. It still bumped me into Bing


    • Can you set the camera to the normal subnet of your network?

    I got myself totally confused on how to do this, and therefore I didn't progress far with your suggestion.


    • When you first went to use IE 11 did you enable it in Windows features?

    No I didn't, but when I checked in Progs, Windows settings, it was already ticked. But I still have to run IExplore.exe in admin.


    • Windows key + R, type iexplore.exe -extoff

    That was unsuccessful*Sad



    Yes, in all instances.

    I feel like a phoney as it is now working, albeit intermittently.

    There must be something corrupted in my Win installation. A couple of Window updates ago, all my file structures looked fine, but I had to reinstall most of my programs. Thank you Microsoft. I've had a few strange things since then. One issue is that I can't log into my router. It's IP address is 192.168.0.1 . In Chrome, my usual browser, 192.168.0.1 gives me a no-connection error, and so does IE11. But here's the rub, if I go to my wife's PC, it always works!! Her PC and mine both run the same version of Win10, both Chrome, and we are on a wired Ethernet connection to our router.

    I thank all for your help. I really do.

    Regards,
    Doug
     
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