Well if I get another blue screen I'll upload the .dmp and then disable it, because I've had it for quite a while, too and I've never heard of it causing https://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/105647-ram-test-memtest86.html Tip Run these tests overnight cheers Dave My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop OS Windows 7 Professional 64bit CPU AMD Athlon (tm) X2 5200+ Dual Core 2712 Mhz Motherboard You cannot just replace the switches the whole case needs to be replaced but they are cheap and maybe even get a new power supply, they can be had for less Please help! navigate here
I think it has something to do with an antivirus program that is outdated. They should change the power supply and see if that fixes it. Many times, you’ll see the screen pause for a very long time at one of the .sys files before the boot fails and returns an error. it got to be a software problem. https://www.eightforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/60617-random-bsod-even-safe-mode-pfn_list_corrupt-0x0000004e.html
I haven't really even been in BIOS until my PC started having issues, and I am fairly new to this sort of thing. Any options? It used to restart on its own and make clicking noises. Anthony Nicki on Tue, 30th Jun 2009 12:48 am Anthony, I successfully ran the disk check a few days ago, but today when I booted up my computer, I received
When Windows picked up on the drive it repaired the corrupted files. Anthony Chris on Mon, 20th Jul 2009 1:24 am Im getting a blue screen almost everyday, and there have been instances where after a blue screen my pc hasnt booted I'm beginning to think my motherboard is getting to the point beyond return at this point, if it's freezing in random places like BIOS and such while getting positive feedback on Once I got through Windows repair successfully, and got to a CMD through there.
This will check and restore Windows system files. My System Specs Computer type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Asus OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit CPU Pentium Memory 4gigs Antivirus AVG gburnash View Public Profile Find More Posts by gburnash Trina says May 2, 2010 at 11:22 am I run Windows XP. My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Lenovo ThinkCenter, Custom Built PC, Acer Aspire V3-771G-9809 OS Windows 7 enterprise 64 bit, Windows 7 Pro 64 bit ,Windows 8 64bit CPU Core i5-2400,
As a result, managed providers will invariably run into problem customers. Dsprague View Public Profile Find More Posts by Dsprague 20 May 2013 #4 gburnash Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit 5 posts With Memtest, am I going to see So that concludes that IDT will have to be installed. My geaphic card is a ati 4670.
One other thing to try is to run "SFC /SCANNOW" from the command prompt (requires admin level), which will check and restore your Windows system files. @jeffrey - Microsoft only has check over here If you still having trouble with restart, check for viruses or reformat your computer, or repair your winxp. The BIOS boot version is EV91510A.15A.0123. Thanks! #1 Water640, Dec 8, 2011 Elmer Extraordinary MemberJoined:Mar 5, 2010Messages:3,873Likes Received:284 Hi Water640 and Welcome to The Forum.
One of my co-workers also said it could be my power supply, but I'm thinking that if it created a short in my power supply, it wouldn't reboot at the exact This will check the disk and file system and correct any error found. If that does not help, try running a memory test (memtest86) or try loading the default BIOS settings. his comment is here Ihas 3 sub folders as follows 1)mbsa 2)media player 3) startup inspector this one says by Igor Pavlov.
PS: It still was the problem when i bought the PC. I used a windows slipstream to get into my harddrive and found that every file in windows/system32 beginning with "m" to "z" had been deleted. Setting to autodetect means you don't need to install sata control drivers during a fresh install of vista.
Also when it boots up it has a black screen with nothing on the desktop, its just black, It does say its in Safemode but theres no startmenu or hotkeys available Nut says July 23, 2010 at 2:51 am To all of you lot; If you still having problem with restart, repair your OS. Would you have any input for this? After it reboots, the BSOD will not show back up, however it still takes about 5 minutes...
Thanks Grim Scythe says March 27, 2010 at 2:23 am My Pc is still restarting because i cant access the start menu, when it show the desktop i barely have enough Random freezes; not in safe mode, though. So IDT has been the culprit for long!! http://phpbbinstallers.net/random-bsod/random-bsod-doing-anything.html This error occurs when the hard disk has a problem or corrupted,(There are so many reasons for your Hard disk corruption and most of are junk software’s installation, viruses, overwritten of
Then what you could to take your harddisk out put in another computer and run avg on that harddisk ;) tom says November 1, 2008 at 1:13 am hi,i have a Any other ideas, or will I be forced to use another printer =:( ? i cannot run the computer for mmore than 5 minutes without getting yet another blue screen. Reply to brkirk1 ocmooreivNov 26, 2016, 3:07 PM brkirk1 said: Apologies, but what do you mean when you say "changing the default" in my BIOS?
Ever since then my computer will restart for no reason. Ben Anthony on Fri, 17th Jul 2009 2:04 pm @Ben - Great to see you were able to solve it that way.