Also, I've experience hard drive failure. (after 3 years) On Windows XP: 0 BSODs. (5 years) November 10, 2010 Castro You can also use who crashed software to analyze crash dump Gh0s7yJan 20, 2012, 2:30 PM goinsane said: Ok thanks. Report bobby725› litos - Mar 19, 2009 at 01:59 PM dude I said juss delete a recent added program or scan and fix it Report bobby- Jan 13, 2009 at 05:45 Reply With Quote 11-06-2011,12:46 AM #10 Jake View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Obscure Node Join Date Jun 2011 Posts 10 I had some random BSODs that I think were
do you have any RED or Yellow marks in your Control panel-Device manger? You may need to check the voltage needed for the sticks you have.What ram is it? The only thing that may have caused these problems that I can think of are: 1. Blue Screen On Startup Windows 10 More so than either Vista or XP.
Blue Screen - Registry Error (2 minutes? Windows 10 Bsod Every 10 Minutes The system is very good, the problem is with incompatible or badly written drivers which unfortunately is still the case with Windows 7, even though the system has been in use Thanks for the tip about needing to completely remove the Wireless device as opposed to just disabling/uninstalling the drivers - I'll give that a shot as soon as I get the http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2528270/blue-screen-min-starting-computer.html whew!!!!!!
Next time you get a BSOD you'll be able to see it and able to write down the error message. Memtest Will the system run in Safe Mode without a BSOD? format c drive & reinstall windows vista Helpful +6 Report computer guy May 22, 2008 at 01:51 AM this is probably your ram sticks, they are either overloading on programs, and All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get
Reply With Quote 06-06-2011,01:06 AM #3 awkward_ghost View Profile View Forum Posts Obscure Node Join Date Jun 2011 Posts 0 Hi, thanks for replying. http://superuser.com/questions/541585/what-could-consistently-cause-a-bsod-shortly-after-bootup-on-a-system-that-has-l awk. Blue Screen After 10 Minutes Did you typed it?? Windows 10 Blue Screen After 10 Minutes Pretty much, yeah, but you are able to keep your files if you do not format your PC.
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Hi all, I've moved this thread over from the old forum and I sincerely hope that the kind souls who were helping me over there will continue to help me here... Visit Chat Related 3What can cause a BSOD1Random BSODs on Windows 7 boot. What could be the possible reason? this contact form well now it's working.
Remove the mark near "Automatically restart"). –Hennes Jan 25 '13 at 11:53 @Hennes Thank you Hennes. SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTS and ntfs.Sys Windows 7 BSOD shortly after startup More resources See also Getting BSOD screens with different error messages after every start-up in Windows 8.1 BSOD after a minute or Here's the latest WinDbg analysis: http://pastebin.com/Xw7WXL5H This was one of the rarer breed however, where the process that crashed is the actual game process - I think I've only had that
or you are expieriencing hardware failure, try removing the ram, cleaning it and reinstalling, also clean your pc's dust. It has power when i turn it on but dosent boot at all. Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 hamluis hamluis Moderator Moderator 51,636 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Killeen, TX Local time:04:17 AM Posted 08 November 21, 2010 Alex Kay It prompts me for my dad's password.
Than choose the "last good configuration" and after that your computer starts normally with no BSOD problems or error and you still have all the data available on your computer. When I first built my system I'd get all sorts of ridiculous (and seemingly random) BSODs and this solved the problem. Do you have some weird USB device? http://mozrc.com/blue-screen/bsod-5-10-minutes-after-booting-up.php BSOD occurs even after fresh windows intallation. –Yogesh Ralebhat Jan 25 '13 at 13:16 Those temperatures definitely seem to be well within norms, so it's likely not a heat
Sharing (characters) is Caring! It's a Dell-branded Broadcom device though, not Atheros. July 29, 2009 Erik Ok, so i froze the blue screen and wrote down the error code…now how do i find and fix the error? How to Find and Remove Duplicate Files on Windows 18 Things You May Not Have Known Google Photos Can Do Follow @howtogeek More Articles You Might Like ABOUT About Us Contact
It restarted then began to load the default windows loading screen. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. I had the same thing happen to me a few months ago, just simply put one stick in at a time and power on, run memtest, if it shows any errors goinsaneJan 20, 2012, 4:44 AM nukemaster said: To rule out memory issues, i would run Memtest86+I have found many crashes come down to bad memory.http://www.memtest.org/You should burn the ISO to a
I can't even access basic DOS commands. BIG THANKS HELPER!!! It is just bad luck.With the sticks tested on at a time, you can determine if just one stick is bad.In rare cases, a motherboard will have a bad memory slot, I think Vista was just one nightmarish Multi-colored never ending screen of death.
what you can do is buy new ram and new hard disk. I've yet to try looking for and disabling any C1E or Intel Speed Step or other power saving options, so I'll try that next.