blue screen showing On my windows XP SP2 machine no error messages, no corrupt or invalid data.earlier it was saying some firefox files were corrupt, but a reboot and a skipping of chkdsk has fixed this.
I keep getting a blue screen crash I have loaded my xp cd and ran sfcscannow once that had finished I restarted the computer & it seemed to work then yesterday it crash again I have also run my Reg cure to clean up but Iam still getting a blue screen. It might not happen for a few days, but then it could crash
Since Win XP (+ service pack and annoying CA EZ Trust virus software; anyone know how to keep the ez firewall software from loading at startup?), my computer will crash intermittently - with no seeming pattern. No blue screen, no warning, just 'bang'; I kill the powercord, turn it back on and it's like nothing happened to the unit. there's often no event of the crash in the error reporting queue sometimes crash occurs and startup prompts for a diskcheck; never a problem there. This phenomena occurs most frequently when I'm (trying) running a backup - or when I do an extended virus search backup routine I can't complete without a crash; virus check has gone thru completely a number of times.
It has recently started shutting down, with a blue screen stop errormessage.note data in parameter 2 & 3 different each time. This is typically STOP:0x0000008E (0xc0000005, parameter 2, parameter3, 0x0000000) Event log for each occurence would appear to show the following: source: system error category: (102) event: 1003
I needed to do a clean install so backed up all my files to a slave hard drive using the windows XP File and Settings transfer wizard. Went on to do a clean install and then started to import the files back (To the same Win XP operating system they were exported from The UNC file F.A.S.T created is a whopping 89 gig in size
An error that has been on common on my computer for some time now. i have had it a lot more frequently. I have yet to complete a full panda virus scan on my computer except on safe mode. I found a virus and it disinfected it,my computer still crashes quite a lot. I used to have norton installed, but i couldn't finish a scan with that either so i tried to remove as much of it as i could and installed panda.
My PC keeps rebooting and I don't even get a blue screen most of the time. Occasionally when I do get a BSOD it is for 0x000000F4: CRITICAL_OBJECT_TERMINATION I have used Norton, Adaware, noadware and spybot and they have turned up nothing.
Computer crashing to the blue screen. I had the mini dump auto saved when this happened but have no idea what to open it with and would like someone to have a look and let me know what the problem was.
I had a blue screen crash and after the memory dump it came up with this error message: BCCode : 1000008e BCP1 : C0000005 BCP2 : 80564C3A BCP3 : F3C5ABD4 BCP4 : 00000000 OSVer : 5_1_2600 SP : 3_0 Product : 768_1
When switching between users, general to admin I got the following info on a blue screen. Before that I was on a site that kept making pop ups. The monitor went black and back and black a few times, then blue. Here is the info: A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer. If this is the first time you've seen this stop error screen restart your computer.
windows starts up normally, i just log on and do nothing at all, everything is normal for about an hour or so ,then BOOM, screen goes black and the system crashes with a nasty blue screen it clearly indicates a registry error, i've been told not to mangle with the registry, i have made a registry backup prior to upgrading to WMA 11 though.
I had a problem with my electric supply, transformer shut down and my desktop was on. I have an old voltage regulator, not an UPS type. My pc was loading win xp back then, now whenever I fire up my pc it shows the - start winxp normallyuse last working confsafe mode - black screen.
Pentium 4, 2.44 gig processor, 2 gig memory, XP Pro SP3. I have had recurring BSOD for 2 months. After running a mini-dump with BlueScreen View, the problem appeared to be a corrupted ntoskrnl.exe file. I rebuilt the Boot.ini file, which loads the ntoskrnl.exe file. Still BSOD crashes. I then purchased "Registry Booster", and ran that. Continued BSOD crashes. I can send a JPEG of the BlueScreen View if any one can help me figure out the cause of these random crashes.
my Toshiba Satellite M110 recently froze, crashed, displayed the blue screen (beginning dump of physical memory). i restarted the computer, but it suddenly displayed: Read Disk error. Press Ctrl + Alt + Del to restart.I talked to Toshiba Corp. Australia, but they said i had to bring it in to be repaired, or backed up, then a system restore. my dad has a technician friend, who will be able to back it up... but is there any other ideas? i mean, this might sound rather random and deranged, but does anyone here know how to open up and remove a HDD (hard Disk Drive) from a Toshiba Satellite without blowing anything up? my dad's tech friend has a laptop USB HDD Caddy, but i just need to well yea. i have the recovery disk and know how to recover, so i got that bit covered, just the removal of the HDD before 2nite and safely too. other wise i can just get my dad's tech friend to do it.
My computer crashed the other day and I got the dreaded BSD. I managed to reinstall the operating system which is XP Home Service Pack 1 on a CD drive that is not working correctly. I have managed to reinstall drivers so far but that is as far as I have gotton besides the reinstalling the OS. I have a friend who is 120 miles away and unavailable during the day that is trying to assist me, How do I go about getting back on the internet, I have highspeed internet access thru Comcast. I am leaving the wireless alone for now and just trying to connect thru the modem cable alone now but nothing is happening, when I try to connect thru the cable modem the browser is not working. I had Firefox before instead of IE.
I am running Windows XP Home Edition, and I have recently been having frequent crash errors. Everything seems to be running fine and suddenly the screen goes blue and a long message shows that said that the computer is shutting down to prevent a crash.
When I plug my USB interfaced memory card, I can easily access it through my .NET program but when I connect another memory card with USB interface my system immediately crashes with blue screen of death.What can be the reason(s) and also how to get read of these problem?
I have a friend who has a Dell Dimension 2400. She had a blue screen error with the following parameters 0x00000050 (0xfa3bedeb, 0x00000000, 0xfa3beded, 0x00000000). She was able to reboot at the time of the error but now she's getting a black screen and can not do anything at all.
I installed a codec that was a virus disguised in windows media player. As soon as i installed it i got the BSOD. i got BSOD from normal boot, safe mode, trying to use the windows cd(to do a recovery but crashes before first screen of options). If i use a linux based boot disk 2/3 kernal paniced. The one that didnt panic, Avira anti-virus, scans finds the virus but cannot remove it. It is definitely not a hardware problem and i have tried all of the boot cds with ALL of my hdds unplugged and it does the same.
My computer crashed the other day and went to a blue screen and said something about dumping physical memory up to 100%. Then it turned off and i restarted it only to end up with a black screen after the bios start up. This has happened before and I fixed it by using a windows xp install disk and reinstalling windows xp. When i tried to do this this time and i chose install my computer says that it cant read the disk. Its not anything to do with the actual disk reader but more of a comp problem that i know can be fixed because my friends dad fixed the same problem for me a long time ago.
I have recently been getting a "blue screen of death" or windows crash screen and have been trying to get a solution. I was running a computer game several days ago and began to notice crackling in the speakers every now and then and became concerned. When out of no where the game crashes and I get a blue screen thats says stop: A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer and it goes on to sya a bunch of other crap and at the bottom the technical code for the error reads 0x0000009c (0x00000004 0x8053FAf0 0xB2000000 0x00070F0F. I decided the best way to go would be a re-installation of windows. But anyways.
My computer's been experiencing loss of power whenever I use a program that requires the CD-ROM. It doesn't crash right away - I can run the program for 20-30 minutes before the computer loses power. The screen goes black, the fan disengages, and the whole thing simply shuts down immediately. The crash seems to be just a loss of power, as the system log doesn't record any errors and when I press the power button on the computer after a crash, Windows XP Pro starts up normally.
I've tried replacing the external power cable but it didn't solve the problem. CHKDSK doesn't find any errors on the drive and it's a relatively new hard drive, about 2 months old. My antivirus, which is up-to-date, can't find any viruses either. I'm sure it's a hardware problem, but what part is faulty? Could a power connector to the CD-ROM cause the entire computer to crash, even?
My girlfriend is having an odd computer problem. Anytime she tries to rip or burn a CD her system will shut down - no errors or warnings, just poof, gone. If she tries to reboot right away it will crash on the restart unless she gives it a few minutes of down time before restarting. She's running XP and has a gig of ram but the system itself is going on two years old, bought at a convention and has no brand name. Could this just be an issue of bad ram?