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I can't open the DMP files, says that my pc can't read them and BOX says it's not supported. Reply With Quote 07-29-2014,01:21 PM #22 carcaes1 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Mar 2014 Location Valencia Posts 57 Is a realtek audio driver from my mainboard If you're running Vista, you can also use Microsoft's Windows Memory Diagnostics Tool. clean installation. more info here
When the app screen comes up you will want to expand "Windows Logs" then select "System". Thanking You naveen Kumar k.T. Hopefully yours was still under warranty and you can get a new one. YOU GO GIRL..
Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Advanced Search Forum Main Category Technical Support & Questions Windows 7 First of all, if your computer can't boot into windows, thank God it still turns on. Report JpJp- Sep 30, 2008 at 12:12 PM I have the same exact problem as you and I don't know whats wrong with it Report finnmcclure› mastermind - Jul 30, 2008 I'd recommend if you can't boot into windows even after a fresh installation, you need to replace the hard drive (if it makes a clicking sound), ram, bios chip, power supply,
Maybe one temporal conflict between drivers, because now i have installed all mainboard cd drivers and everything is ok. If only I had an oem disk instead of a pre-install with recovery on the hd I'd could like the good old days, do a clean install. The command also marks any bad sectors and it recovers readable information. well now it's working.
Last edited by keeb; 07-03-2014 at 04:01 PM. It will shut down repeatedly. Start - run - perfmon.msc Anyway, if you install Microsoft Windows Debugging Tools (WinDbg and the Debugging Symbols) you can perform very simple analysis on the memory dumps (it's as simple I installed the camera then it just played up from there with the blue screen.
Leafer C Report pravin- Sep 24, 2009 at 07:17 AM pls. https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/26081-Windows-7-blue-screen-on-shutdown And you should always have some sort of thermal paste between the CPU and the cooler. However, you might see something like this:No more gibberish. Don't feel bad I spilt milk on my laptop yesterday and it gives me same message "Windows has been shut down to protect your computer, etc." and I couldn't get the
Local computer repair shops are sometimes willing to run the processor for a night or two for a nominal cost, but you can also contact AMD or Intel for a replacement http://computermacintosh.com/random-bsod/random-bsod-pls-help.html If you don't have any recent backups, I'd highly recommend backing up any important data before you go any further. I can say goodbye to the computer - but I can't say goodbye to the files!!! Start - run - eventvwr.msc to start the Windows Event Viewer.
So not sure if it is the router that has caused it or something more sinister! Touch of Fail In Microsoft's defense, there's nothing particularly brilliant about a feature phone. Report mastermind- Jun 23, 2008 at 04:48 AM if you haven't got a cam just press f8 and disable automatic restart on system failure..and it should stop at that blue screen Check This Out Presentation Gone Wrong Bill Gates could do nothing by smile awkwardly during a Windows 98 presentation that quickly took a turn for the hilarious.
Report cpu- May 6, 2010 at 03:52 PM push the back power switch and the front at the same time(hint make sure it is pluged in) Helpful +1 Report vic Jun Best of luck to ya. idk then it acts like it trys to start up but instead a black screen comes up that says "sorry for the inconvience..bla bla bla something about safe mode or start
Here's what it looked like:Not very soothing, is it?
- We've had good luck sticking with the major players, such as AVG, Norton, Kaspersky, AntiVir, and Nod32 for our antivirus scanning, and Norton Ghost and Acronis TrueImage for backup duties.
- No, it's not filled with cute fuzzy kittens and lolcats, though we're not opposed to either one.
- If you added new hardware shortly before the problem started, look for an updated driver.
- Helpful +2 Report Patti Jul 3, 2008 at 03:52 PM I took out my hard drive like it was stated above and now I can't even get my computer to start.
By default it will take AHCI which will support for the Sata harddisk. Rooting out minor problems before they progress will ensure your Windows install keeps humming along uneventfully.Click here to continue reading the article.The Rare Red Screen of Death!Here's a fun fact. Or put code like blinky on the Teensy 3 so there's no USB attempted activity on-going. Report ftw› Ron - Dec 19, 2009 at 08:52 PM uninstall virus software, reinstall, I had same issue.
Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 25 of 31 Thread: Windows 7 blue screen on shutdown Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… My PC boots up to the logon screen. once I logged in I was able to save my data to an external hard drive, just in case it was the last chance I had. http://computermacintosh.com/random-bsod/random-bsod.html Do not run more than one antivirus application on your computer at the same time!DATA_BUS_ERROR (0x0000002E)This is one of the easier BSoDs to diagnose, as faulty memory sticks are almost always
The time now is 08:49 PM. Helpful +6 Report dy Jun 20, 2008 at 02:43 AM after I start my pc it shut off automatically again & again what will I do??? Moving USB ports is often done. and I also have a question do you know how to enable help and support coz my comp is totally ****ed up I mean I can't find a way to enable
keyboard and keyboard controller and also motherboard is OK. 2 files for keyboard (registry) were corrupted. Last edited by carcaes1; 08-02-2014 at 06:01 PM. Your Money is Safe! November 6, 2010 Sepehr How did you get the shot?
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