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Reply Ron September 14, 2015 at 10:51 am One more thing that can completely crash a computer is a bad video card. ba4d7ddc ba451000 89c81590 00000000 00000001 nt+0x25f34 ba4d7e48 804f16b0 8a2fe240 8a2af008 8a2fe2f8 Arctosa+0x1000 ba4d7e78 b51a40d5 8a2af008 846f5cf0 8a394028 nt+0x1a6b0 ba4d7ee0 b51a4d47 89c27c68 00000000 8a3947d8 USBPORT+0xa0d5 ba4d7f10 b51a5944 026e6f44 8a3940e0 8a3940e0 USBPORT+0xad47 ba4d7f48 Solutions I have tried: -Scanned for virus, didn't find any. -Reformatted my computer. Thanks again, Leo, for all the help you have provided me over the last four years or so. this contact form

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - RE: Check Hard Drive by durnell777 / February 12, 2012 10:25 AM PST In reply to: Will test hard drives Hi again;Firstly as Yes, turning off hardware acceleration seemed to fix the problem, but then my displays runs as slow as molasses in the winter for all other applications! The right side is about 0.5 inch from a desk, but the left side is open and that panel is off. Also did a RAM test as they said aswell with no faults.

Reply Julian Neeves August 13, 2014 at 7:33 am Hi Leo and all, Thanks for all your great comments here. But unfortunately, it keeps crashing. Why does my computer randomly reboot without warning?

Change video cards. Please help me! I have microsoft security essentials, which is constantly crashing. Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads

Understand that this is not a complete cleaning, but on the other hand it does not mean a trip to the shop or extensive dissassembly. Ask Best Of Forum Glossary Members Only Facebook Podcast on Business Books The Ask Leo! Make sure that the operating system and all device drivers are as up-to-date as possible. How to Fix Rundll Error?

In particular, I find one cause to be the most common. If there's no joy with exchanging the 1Gb stick you might be happier with a cheapo graphics card instead. Memtest86 passes (ran for 12 hours). Random crashes are annoying and difficult to diagnose.

Attack plan When faced with random crashes, here's a plan of attack: Make sure your computer has unrestricted airflow. why not find out more This is a minor update to an article originally posted September 5, 2010 Read more:

My computer has started to shut down randomly, could it be the fan? Take your time deciding what to do. Run both Quick and Extended tests.A Fail is either test should make you suspect a failing hard drive.

Find those marked with a red stop sign, end running them or uninstall them directly. Listen to, or watch your computers fans as you use your computer. I have been suffering from this problem for a long time now. I have had times where I am playing a game and it completely freezes and I cannot ALT TAB out or leave the game, or watching a video and the video

FAULTING_IP: nt+25f34 804fcf34 85db test ebx,ebx TRAP_FRAME: ba4d7a18 -- (.trap 0xffffffffba4d7a18) ESP EDITED! I will adivse that they are virus scanned before opening them though, just to be on the safe side! You could monitor internal temperatures with the free HWMonitor. http://yellowproductions.net/win-xp/win-xp-running-slugish-w-crashes-hijackthis-log.php find the make of your hard drive - if you are unsure how to do this and o not want to open the case use Belarc Advisor the address is as

Metroidn1f BSOD, App Crashes And Hangs 10 10-25-2011 06:36 AM Random crashes (Moved from Vista/7) I have been getting random crashes on my computer. If you need any more information, please don't hesitate to say! Interestingly, if I leave the PC on, nothing running except the screen saver, the crash never seems to happen (at least it has never crashed but the longest I let it

Thank you.

In the Home screen, select Windows Rescue menu. It runs the Windows 10 OS, but used to run Windows 7, and originally ran Windows XP. But still having the issues. While I was playing freecell (and nothing else), the system crashed - Black Screen of Death.

I'll look at that, and then review what else might be going on. Take precautions to avoid static electricity when handling sensative electronic components.If a memory chip tests bad, then retest that chip in a different memory slot.Remember, any errors can mean a bad I'll report back tomorrow, and thanks for the suggestions! his comment is here I don't understand why this is happening.

I actually have several articles on crashing randomly, but because this is such a common scenario I want to update my approach a little. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 17, 2012 11:35 PM PST In reply to: It's Not the SSD, It's Adobe Flash Player Flash's new use of HARDWARE ACCELERATION does crash many drivers.The I think I was using that RAM with the old mobo. It's a fairly common problem so they may exchange it - expect to pay at least the carriage cost.

I have to get a "loop" Amp meter and measure what each rail is using and then move loads from one to the other. by rnd53 / February 14, 2012 11:27 AM PST In reply to: RE: Check Hard Drive Yes, good advice! You can delete some data or move data from the main drive to other external drive and defrag the internal drive. Crucial have an online checker which will identify the ram you have already installed.

I have heard of similar problems with other SATA III SSD brands, which is why I went Crucial, I guess Crucial has the same problem.I did a fresh install on a What could possibly be the matter here? Please go to Solution Center and fix Windows XP issues under the guide step by step. I was only able to get about 8 hours in though because the computer was needed.

Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Know more about Wondershare Liveboot 2012 Only $59.95 3 How to Recover Data from Hard Drive after Windows XP Crashes After Windows XP crashed, and failed to fix it well. It has happened when I'm doing nothing other than playing solitaire, It has also happened when copying 200 GB of files (and also not happened).Yes, I am running PC1600 with a Apr 20, 2012 #14 stonarda TS Enthusiast Topic Starter Posts: 141 +18 Sorry for the long reply, I've been busy recently.

also my system reboot automatically (by error screen). Is this a reasonable expectation?I am testing to see if it is a particular set of drivers that's the problem. It happens at random it seems. I've hide the microsoft services and the proceeded to uncheck all boxes in the service and startup list.

It looked like many times it is caused by a faulty piece of RAM or bad software. He said it is for BIOS, and most people don't even know it exists. Just wanted to let you guys know, it got fixed and that it was a RAM Stick.