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kayll

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#1 14 years ago

my sister was listening to some music and my computer just went into a bluescreen not sure why i have done all virus checks and so on. anyone have any other reason whys it should just bluescreen




Scijox

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#2 14 years ago

Is this a continuing problem or was that the one and only time it happened? Can you please tell us if there was an error message or anything? What program were you using what kind of computer do you even have? I or anyone else cannot help you unless we know a little more about the problem. At this point it could be caused by anything. Also if you are using Windows then try running windows update to see if its just an error that has been fixed. Good luck :)




kayll

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#3 14 years ago

ok well this is the first time no warning or anything blue screen said that windows is cloing to protect my pc said to uninstall any new software memory dump in 30 sec when i booted computer it said computer had rcovered form a seriorus error thats all i cna remmember

i was running windows media player 9 i have windows xp pro 2000 amd cpu 512mb ddr ram 80gig hdd




Scijox

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#4 14 years ago

I do remember myself having a problem like that and updating helped it. It had to do with my audio driver. It was not a critical update so (being lazy) I ignored the download. The problem started to happen again and again and I clicked send error report and it told me to update my audio driver and I never had that problem again. Your problem may have nothing to do with that but it's worth a try.




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#5 14 years ago

ok cheers




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#6 14 years ago

Or it could be a memory break down,if you have 2 sticks of ram try removing 1 and see if it does it,if it doesn't try removing the other 1 and put the other 1 back in and try it again.




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#7 14 years ago

nope i think it could have been just buggy windows it hasn't happen since and i haven't had a blue before it since june when i i installed graphics drivers wrong but then sorted them




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#8 14 years ago

The problem is probably overheating inside your case. If the air-intakes are near a radiator then that will be your problem. If it isn't, then if you are overclocking or using any other performance boosting software that could be overheating. When you boot-up, enter BIOS (Usually pressing Del, F1, F2 or Escape will get you in) and check your temperatures. Anything near or over 50 degrees celcius is way too hot. Consider some extra motherboard fans or keep the air intake away from hot places and free of dust.

Good Luck