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Win XP Home. clau says July 24, 2010 at 6:51 am but how do u do it with the laptop keep restarting even before the msn pop up??? Back to top #3 nomoo nomoo Topic Starter Members 15 posts OFFLINE Local time:06:04 AM Posted 18 May 2015 - 01:29 PM Ohh...yeah? I will repeat for the last time. http://dizhub.com/random-bsod/bsod-at-random.html

Can't find your answer ? I have things on my computer I need that I didnt get backed up since my last backup. Back to top #11 nomoo nomoo Topic Starter Members 15 posts OFFLINE Local time:06:04 AM Posted 20 May 2015 - 12:43 PM After reading around the web on some of Enable logging for specific checks: Configure...Temperatures..left click on each sensor, then click on "Logged" at the bottom of the Window (for our purposes we want them all) then once you've selected http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3236269/computer-randomly-restarting-apparent-reason.html

When a blue screen occurs, Windows automatically creates a "minidump" file that contains information about the crash and saves it to your disk. When I manage to log into windows, it takes time till it restarts again. Do you see and write down the BSOD error? If your computer is restarting for no apparent reason, it's probably blue-screening.

Using the site is easy and fun. Unfortunately I've just shifted houses, so I'm using different powerpoints and is still freezing. Its like snapping of fingers. See if it makes a difference...

You have to make ends meet. which I did.. Richard in Lincolnshire says March 10, 2010 at 6:26 am Re: "Computer keeps restarting without warning" Hats off to Bryce Whitty for this intel and pointers. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/576589/random-crashed-no-bsod-screensound-freezes-and-reboot-is-required/ I haven't fixed my problem, it's not overheating as I've always been keeping a good check on my CPU temp and system temp...

The graphs at the end will show you what the problem is __________________ Microsoft Certified Professional compTIA Certified Professional 02-15-2012, 04:00 PM #10 Manatee9 Registered Member Join Date: Can anyone help? Error: (05/17/2015 07:38:38 PM) (Source: Application Error) (User: ) Description: Faulting application name: svchost.exe_gpsvc, version: 6.3.9600.17415, time stamp: 0x54504177 Faulting module name: gpsvc.dll, version: 6.3.9600.17415, time stamp: 0x5450401f Exception code: 0xc0000005 Btw, I reformatted many times every hard drive, exchanged IDE channels, removed devices..etc...but that didnt fix it.

If anyone can help me it would be appreciated. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3030081/bsod-times-day-apparent-reason.html I did find a large number of disk errors at one point. Windows XP Athlon 2600+ FIC Motherboard 512 RAM Peter Hutchings Apr 01, 2005, 05:57pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Computer Bruce.

Some days I can go fine without a blue screen while using it, but this morning I had 2 within 15 minutes of each other while I was arranging my monitors Check This Out My computer specs are: OS: windows 7 professional Video card: EVGA gtx 560 ti superclocked 1GB Processor: AMD Phenom II x4 965 3.4Ghz RAM: 8GB GSKILL ddr3 1600 F3-12800CL9D-8GBRL PSU:COOLER MASTER BSOD Help and Support BSOD all the time for no apparent reasonHi I have a custom built PC Windows 7 x 64bit which just keeps freezing after a few minutes of Cool the bugger down a little Try it...

Here are some computer repair tips to help you diagnose the problem. Thanks in advance. Reply to mjslakeridge HyperCookieHDDec 1, 2016, 9:28 PM I've checked the BIOS for the RAM, all the settings are correct.I've also done what you've recommended Tom, still getting issues.I've only had Source i prefer not to jump to conclusions abt bad memory, cpu damage, mobo damage, or HD sectors, but can anyone offer me some opinions or even advice?

Obviously the only way to check is to swap out the power supply for another known good one. this is what ive done since ive last posted, ive turned off the system restart when windows encounters an error. In short, go ahead and run it if you'd like - please follow these instructions: http;//www.carrona.org/verifier.html Good luck! - John (my website: http://www.carrona.org/ ) **If you need a more detailed

This all started after i installed new RAM and a new video card into my PC.

I have swapped out the power supply for one that is brand new, and 50 watts more powerful than my last, and it is still doing the exact same thing. So basically, even when I click on safemode, it restarts the computer, I can't even get to the desktop, and the windows cd won't work either. but then again viruses are designed to go undetected i guess in some ways. once again thanks to the community of HA forums Tien Hua Jan 24, 2005, 10:30am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List Edited: Jan

If the temperature was causing the reboots then you should consider getting better cooling for the computer such as more powerful CPU fans and more case fans. It still did it, which means it isn't the ram. Published 05/21/13 DID YOU KNOW?Doctors and nurses wear blue/green scrubs because those colors are opposite the color red on the color wheel, and offer relief from the eye strain and stress have a peek here Will post something here if I find anything or have any further questions .

You can often get more information about a blue screen error by searching for the specific error message -- like "Driver_IRQL_not_less_or_equal", for example. This possibly could be causing the issue as I have been using it more recently, but I swear it happens when I am not using it also. Enter Your Email Here to Get Access for Free:

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I also did the memory video stress test without any errors also. Probably because that was a recent install. One of my co-workers also said it could be my power supply, but I'm thinking that if it created a short in my power supply, it wouldn't reboot at the exact and i already tried untick the "automatically restart" and it still restart.

They all end up doing the same as above. *If I let it run like a hundred times, sometimes it just eventually starts up with our without a checkdisk that it Help: My Hardrive (windows7) Won't... The reason the other drive is a backup is that it was flakey when it had my word processor stuff on it. Andrew Hogg Feb 01, 2005, 12:02pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Computer Restarts for no apparent reasonI got a BSOD

How can I troubleshoot this further? Ran the 1st overnight and waking up it had done 4 test after 8h but failed all the hammer tests with2243 errors across a wide address range. Checking the event viewer after each freeze, there are the events 41, 1101 and 6008. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks.

Standard software shouldn't be able to cause blue screens -- if an application crashes, it will do so without taking the operating system out with it. Sure, it is possible if the PSU's output voltage could be varying enough to cause system issues such as this.Let me know how the 3rd RAM module checks out.Bruce. Back to top #12 usasma usasma Still visually handicapped (avatar is memory developed by my Dad BSOD Kernel Dump Expert 23,360 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Southeastern CT, USA Local time:11:04 PM Troubleshooting BSODs On Windows 7 and newer versions of Windows, blue-screen information is also displayed in the Action Center.

Sam says January 9, 2010 at 4:03 am i have the same problem my computer restarts when it gets to the desktop i got to the "BSOD" and the error said It might be worth mentioning I consistantly get Microsoft Windows ‘The system has recovered from a serious error.' reports, and when I click ‘Don't Send' another just appears…might not be a When the power came back, I switched my PC back on.