Random BSOD Almost Every Day
View 1 Replies Freezing Randomly With No Blue Screen? All of it. I shut down the computer unplug it and pull the hard drive cables and put them back in and turn the computer on and poof it works just fine. solved BSOD every day...randome error every time ! weblink
You can change the boot order or simply remove the offending drive. Yeah I meant no good answers for my situation, as I've done all that. The best way to ensure that your overclock is stable is to stress the hell out of your PC. There are two potential causes.
In Vista, simply type cmd in the Start Search box, then right-click cmd.exe and select Run as Administrator.. The same computer works just fine with Linux (Ubuntu, Fedora, etc) without a single crash whatsoever, so it can't really be a broken RAM module or something like that, can it? You'll probably see a file name.
Otherwise, good article. The producers and makers of these devices know us very well , they know we must and like having these PCs .. It was working fine for a couple of weeks, and suddenly it had and error and is stuck rebooting itself with a blue screen error. solved BSOD several times a day for no apparent reason Built new pc and 2 days later I'm getting BSOD Can't find your answer ?
Thanks for the advice...NOT! Thanks for the heads up, Danny! To be honest, any fight against malware is usually lost the moment you notice it. Instead you go out a nd do games, create an MSNBC, create a browser, create virtualization software, create, phones, create tablets, starrt manufacturing your own products to competer with your own
I dual-boot for gaming only, and this is changing, too :) LInux is the synonym of rock-solid, if you dont game, these is no reason to use windows. My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell Precision T3610 OS Windows 7 pro 64 bit CPU Intell (R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-1603 0 @ 2.80 Ghz Memory 8 gb And it seems to blame my graphics card for this, as Catylitst Controll on logging claims that there is no AMD driver or thats its malfunctioning. Seems to happen every few days but is now getting worse.
Daniel Dorilas @iJailbreakphone.com Reply Kshitij Verma January 18, 2013 at 11:07 am Yes. It is slightly random but always happens in the above mentioned situation. Last edited by Bad_Motha: 02-21-2010 at 05:02 AM. On older systems, you can try Driver Cleaner , or the freebie alternative Driver Sweeper To begin the process, open up your Control Panel, select Add or Remove Programs in XP
It actually exists, or at least it did. have a peek at these guys These are sorted by the time in which they occurred. Zip them up and upload them to your file-sharing site of choice. So...
Reply Patrick Jackson January 21, 2013 at 5:54 am The best part of all is that most of the problems can be detected and even solved using a Linux live CD, Display Tab 2: No problems found. Here are my windumps: http://www.4shared.com/file/22658344...Grunt7684.html Grunt7684 View Public Profile Visit Grunt7684's homepage! check over here SATA cables are notorious for working themselves loose --we've had this happen to us on many occasions.
Next, bad software. Anyone? « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Posting Rules You may not post Instead, it showed pedestrians an error message for several days before someone got around to rebooting the system.
Reply RG January 18, 2013 at 1:49 am Not just registry, viruses too ;) Reply Florin Ardelian January 18, 2013 at 1:36 pm No.
- if you have a intel CPU get it from intelhttps://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=20775I think one of the drivers is corrupting memory. (i just picked the likely ones as a guess)you may also want to
- I had temporarily given up on Win7 for a while but I find this to be ridiculous since I have the OS, I might as well find a way to use
- Haven't seen BSOD so far.
The only thing I didn't see mentioned about disk issues is that a simple defrag may fix the problem. Geez people, smarten up and realize that these are basically glorified adding/substraction machines and will only do what you tell them. However, the KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED error is caused by a virus. From there, solutions vary.
Unless you're running on laptop with battery, set your power settings to High Performance, apply that, then edit that profile or make a totally new custom one based on the High BS Reply Sandip November 14, 2015 at 8:11 am It's the money that talks at the end. Zip the .txt file and upload it. http://docsintime.com/random-bsod/another-random-bsod.html Another blue screen, boot issue or frozen screen in Windows.
Good luck! I'll update my BIOS in case, though.