I brought a HP Pavilion laptop from ebay quite a while ago now, the only problem listed was that the battery didn't work. The laptop worked fine for months and then it started to crash, when it crashed I couldn't do anything, the mouse wouldn't move and none of the keys would work either so all I could do was hold the power button in to shut it down. The charge light seems to flash just before the laptop crashes. I thought the problem might of been with the battery so I brought a new battery for the laptop. It still wouldn't recognise there was a battery plugged in, sometimes it won't have a red cross on the battery but will say "plugged in but not charging". I have noticed now that when the laptop does crash if I unplug the charger for a second and plug it back in (as the charge doesn't hold on the battery) the laptop will start working again. I was thinking the problem may lie with the charger or the bit inside the laptop the charger plugs into.
Keep getting the BSOD at random intervals not when starting any specific programs. Getting worse and worse recently though - already had 3 today.Windows 7 Home 64bit OEM. Toshiba Satellite P750 bought around 8 months ago. NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M, Running Eset NOD32 Antivirus 220.127.116.11
At random points throughout the day I get the BSOD and my computer restarts.I haven't installed any new hardware, I've played around with the my antivirus and such as well as ensuring everything is firmly in my motherboard.
a few weeks ago my computer starting experiencing a few crashes. these initially only took place when playing a computer game such as world of warcraft. the crashes intially caused the monitor to go black losing connection, however the sound loops for about 10 - 15 seconds before finally stopping.
however in the last few weeks, the problem seems to have grown since it is crashing simply when the browser is open on such sites as Internet. the time between the crashes has also become more frequent.
os: windows 7 home premium x64 bit (originally installed) oem display driver: nvidia geforce gtx 465 ram: 4gb bsod: os version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3
1. computers shuts down on its own2. The shutdown is elegant, all programs close down quickly and there is no BSOD or anything2b. it gives me the impression that the PC is acting as if someone ordered a shutdown with the -force option, closing all apps by brute force.3. It almost always happens very late at night between 2 to 5 am.. I have yet to realize if there is a pattern to this whole thing. It seems random and happens 3-4 times a month5. When i open the PC everything works like a charm.6. I have scanned the PC with Microsoft security essentials, Avira antivir and malware bytes antimalware, and no sort of virus was found.
I have started recieving BSOD recently and would love some help. The crashes started after I had spent a while trying to reconnect to my home wireless (I have an often faulty wireless adapter.) At points I had unplugges the adapter and plugged it back in causing it to install drivers again. Once I got reconnected I had my first BSOD while on facebook. I tried going back on but it just kept crashing after a 5 - 10 minutes.
My computer will randomly reset itself and reboot from DOS and back to windows again. These intervals would range from 5 mins from startup to 3 hours or more so they are completely random. This has been happening for 1 year now. Recently the intervals have been getting shorter and shorter to the point where my computer will reset upon 2-5 min of start up after hitting windows guaranteed. I get no error messages or indications that it is about to happen. Normally I'd jump on the overheating bandwagon but the strange thing is, my computer does not reset ever if I am playing a graphics intensive Video Game (battlefield 3 to name one).
It only resets if I'm not really doing anything intensive such as word processing or browsing the web or watching a movie. All these simple tasks will cause my computer to reset after a random time period. Anything where my CPU/GPU churns into motion prevents these resets. This I cannot explain. A problem which also happens (and I feel might be related to cause this) is that if I ever shutdown my computer, it will not boot (windows cannot load). And I have to system restore to get my computer to run again. So I have never hit the shutdown button in a long time.
I keep getting the same error at random intervals and I dont know whats wrong.
Here are my computer specs: MB Name:Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.GA-880GM-D2H BIOS Version :GA-880GM-D2H FE CPU Name :AMD FX-4100 Quad-Core Processor Memory information :Total physical memory 8189 MB OS information :Windows7 Home Premium 64 Bit version CD version information :AMD 9-Series Utility DVD 1.1 B11.0822 Video card:ASUS ENGT440 DC SL/DI/1GD3 GeForce GT 440 (Fermi) 1GB 128-bit DDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready Video Card HardDrive:Seagate Barracuda ST1000DM003 1TB 7200 RPM 64MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal Hard Drive -Bare Drive Case/Powersupply:Rosewill TU-155 II 500 Black 0.8mm cold rolled steel ATX Mid Tower ComputerCase with 500W Power Supply
I've had a computer running rock solid for about 18mths. I've just used ~70% of it's parts to build a new computer for my dad and since then he's been experiencing constant BSODs. The computer is running a freshly installed over-the-counter bought OEM copy of Windows 7 Home Premium x64 which is up to date as of last week. It will run fine for an unpredictable length of time between 15mins to half a day then BSOD. Sometimes it will then get stuck into a "crash-reboot" cycle and he will have to hard power it off.
The computer is less 18mths old. The parts I have been using confidently over the last 18mths are as follows: - MOBO: Gigabyte P55-UD4 - CPU: Intel i5 750 quad core (never overclocked). - RAM: 2x(DDR3 2GB G.Skill 1333mhz)
The new components we installed are: - GFX: Asus ATI HD5550 - HDD Sata 200GB Baracuda - CD Drive: LG DVD writer on an IDE ribbon - PSU: Antec VP450P 450w
I initially had an old install of Windows 7 on a 120GB Sata drive but when he started getting issues I installed a brand new OEM Windows 7 on the Sata 200GB and even changed the Sata cable. It ran fine for a day then started up again. From what I could see none of the crashes pointed toward gfx drivers - however I've noticed CPUz will only tell me that it's a HD5500 series card and gives me no other info so maybe it isn't being recognised properly . The only other thing to change was the PSU - which admittedly is a budget one (but from reviews should be reasonable) from deduction it's the only thing I can put it down to.
I have an issue with my computer, in firefox and other documents the page will randomly scroll slightly, up or down at random intervals. I originally thought that this was caused by an issue with my wireless mouse, but after unplugging my mouse and keyboard from the computer the problem still occurs. What could be causing this? Vipre is showing me as clean of virus and spyware, my video drivers are up to date, what else should I look into?
My dell computer screen flashes black for a half a second or a second at random intervals (anywhere from once a minute to every couple of seconds), but the system has not frozen, as I can continue to type, music keeps playing, etc. I found a site which suggests that it is my AC socket or adapter, but the same problem exists on battery power.
whenever I try to install a game or program (happens more often for games), the setup process freezes at random intervals. Not the kind of freeze where it crashes or gets the 'not responding' error message, but I can't click anything or advance to the next part of the setup until it goes away. It's really strange, and only started happening two weeks ago. I'm running Ultimate 32-bit.
i cannot find any information on across the internet.things to know:
-i am using an acer aspire m3802 on a windows 7 os -750gb storage space -4gb ram -i use an nvidia geforce gt 230 graphics card -both disc drives are nearly full -i have recently installed two video editing programmes (30 day trials) -for about half a year my computer has had minor glitches when playing Internet videos or music
so i was on the surfing the internet and my monitor suddenly goes completely black. the fan was still going and the lights were still on, but i couldn't interract with the computer because i had no display whatsoever. about an hour beforehand i had been converting some hd video files, which was probably using up a lot of memory, and i had been skyping too. the computer had been running a lot more slowly over the past couple of days, but had shown no signs of being about to break. so i turned the computer off and then tried to reboot it. the acer logo appeared, but after that nothing else happened, not even the 'start windows normally' screen. the mouse still lit up and the computer seemed to be alive, but it downright refused to display anything at all. when i briefly tilted it, however, the display popped up for another millisecond. i tried rebooting this morning, at which point the 'acer' screen briefly flashed up. i managed to start it up in 'safe mode' and the core features of the computer appear to be working. however, when i tried to access the internet, the error '0x80131018' appeared. (this may be completely irrelevant but every piece of information helps!) so we can basically rule out that the monitor is playing up, which makes me wonder how far inside the computer the problem is hidden.
I've done a new install of win7 ultimate & im getting random reboots & often explorer.exe crash's which force me to reboot often. I have included a bsod dump file & a screen shot of the cpu-z of the memory & hopefully someone can let me know what the problem might be,
I just installed a new graphics card and a new power supply... Now I get these random restarts. When I come back, I'm notified rhat Windows has recovered from an unexpected shut down.Really frustrated at this point. What could this be?101412-60060-01.dmp 101412-62962-01.dmp 101412-64241-01.dmp
I have had four BSODs recently, two with error code 0xA and the two older crash dumps occurred on system sleep/resume. I do not know much about what caused the first two, they seemed to happen when I put my laptop to sleep with very low battery but haven't happened since because I've been careful to watch the battery a bit better. The third occurred while streaming a .mkv file to my PS3 with PS3 Media Server. It was about an hour into streaming when the BSOD occurred. My video card drivers were old at the time, so I upgraded them trying to fix it but obviously I haven't fixed it yet.
I also ran Memtest86+ which could find no memory errors. The most recent BSOD occurred while I was transferring some files with Filezilla. I also had Chrome open with a few tabs, but the laptop was not excessively hot or anything. The transfer had been running for about 10 minutes when the crash happened. I have attached the results of running the jcgriff2 BSOD Dump & System File collection app and system health report. More than anything, I'm worried about the most recent 2 BSODs.
The system is: Windows 7 Professional x64 MSDNAA edition Original OS installed was Windows Vista Windows 7 was installed ~1.5-2 years ago Model: Acer Aspire 6930-6942
I just rebuild my computer and it worked fine for a couple months now, but recently i have been getting random freezes and ''NVIDIA Adapters'' crashing on me, getting pixelated screens then total darkness and going back to desktop. To a random occasional Reset.Today however i received my first DUMP file and i am happy because i know some of you know how to read the issue within this file.
Everyday, at least once a day I have my wired connection drop with the message 'No Network Access'. I try to disable and re-enable the wired adapter only to have the computer freeze. No BSOD, Windows simply freezes, mouse doesn't move, nothing at all.I have to restart my computer for it to function again.Windows 7 64 Bit TA890FXE Motherboard (Realtek onboard LAN adapter)I can't seem to find the cause of it I've uninstalled and reinstalled the adapter drivers from the motherboard's manufacturer website, windows update and even the manufacturer website, it still drops the connection after a decent session on the computer.
I have been dealing with this problem for a long time but something gotta happen. The random restart happen well randomly during idle, game play, surfing the web or anything that has to do with the computer. One minute I'm enjoying myself and the next I see the Dell logo. No BSOD just loads back to desktop. I have searched the forums and have nothing out there that gives ME and idea of what's going on. I have formatted and reinstalled the OS and it still happens. It happened before and After I upgraded my PSU and Graphics card. It's happens multiple times a day. Now my second issue. I have I play AION and during game play I hear a LOAD crackle through my speakers and I'll hear it for a range of 2 sec to 10 sec and then the system restarts. No BSOD on report. This also happened before and after new PSU and graphics card and before and after format reinstall. I've updated my graphics card sound card, Bios, chipset, everything I can find a driver for I've installed it. I cant find any resolution. I doubt this forum will have an answer for this problem but while I'm listing my problems I'll add this one. During gameplay of AION I will get a message that AION game client OTCbuildclient32_wogg(30) has stopped working. I have also gotten a couple alerts from Norton that that same process is using a lot of memory.
my laptop always crashes when i play any game. my processor is core 2 duo, operating system is windows 7 ultimate , clock speed is 2.6ghz, nvidia geforce 105m version : 301.42 . its packard bell easynote NJ65, Ram : 4gb, 2 gb graphic card.
Recently re installed windows 7 from my windows 7 disc.Hard drive was formatted.Worked fine for about 4 weeks then it crash dumped.When i re start the laptop it goes to windows error page and goes to system repair or start windows normally. Either of these starts windows then goes blank and re starts.When i go into the bios and boot from a disc it starts windows but then the windows screen shows but it has no start up and just freezes. I have tried to re install windows again and it get to the language settings page and the goes starting windows and it does not do anymore just stays on the strating windows page.
I have HP Laptop with window 7 but my screen shows in three peaces its look like broken and shows(look like) creck on it i dont know what i do whether i have to replace the screen? I bought it before 4 months it's new laptop
I have a year old Toshiba laptop that just stopped booting up this week. Worked fine Sunday, then Monday it would not start. Black screen with the option to repair or start normally. Repair goes through the motions and then states it was unsuccessful. Starting normally will eventually reach the desktop, but nothing will function at that point. The pointer is in perpetual hourglass when held over the task bar. Nothing, such as Explorer, will start.I pulled the hard drive out and connected it to another Win 7 computer via SATA/USB cable set. Initially, I could see the drive and access the files. Foolishly, I chose to run an antivirus before backing up the files. I was concerned about backing up the potential problem. MalwareBytes did not identify any malicious files, but Semantic threw up a warning about Yontoon-S.exe, so I attempted to delete it via Explorer. That action locked up Explorer. I rebooted the host computer. I should have backed up first because now I am unable to see the files. Explorer will assign the drive a letter, but when I select the drive to do anything, Explorer thinks about it for some time and then puts up a message that the drive must be formatted before it can be used. I do not want to reformat until I recover my data first. I tried to use SeaTools to diagnose drive problems. Drive fails the short generic test. I am not able to run Check Disk because Explorer thinks the drive must be formatted first. How can I get to the data before reformatting?
started when I allowed a site to update my adobe reader.after 5 minutes all my icons turned to be adobe reader icon including the taskbar icons.then my youcam (webcamera in cyberlink software)suddenly inverted image of mine.icould not make it upright.After setting to previous restore point it started working.then I would like to ask what is the duty of Norton anti virus that came with windows 7 package,and what the windows defender doit are that much vulnerabl
whenever I try to view an avi file, the media player crashed after about 5 minutesThis happens with all media players. Windows, DivX, VLC, everything. I get the below error in Security log in Event Viewer.[CODE]
My hard drive crashed recently. I'm using an HP notebook, I'm not entirely sure what the model is and all that, I'm not too computer savvy. Anyway, my hard drive crashed today, I'm not sure why. My computer fails every start-up test and will not load any diagnostics or restore menus. Is there a way I can make my computer get to the Windows restore menu to completely reset my laptop?