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I have Windows 7 and Vista Business running virtualized within Kubuntu. Reply With Quote New 21 Jan 2009 #5 lordbob75 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Lord of Bobs Join Date : Dec 2008 In my Fortress Posts : 1,676 Community Q&A Search Add New Question What are other causes of a blue screen of death on Windows? having hard time diagnosinghi!
Again I would like to be able to test without removing hardware if possible. Did this article help you? The Windows icon shows up in Windows 8 and 10, then you hold Shift and press Restart. The minidump file is attached.
- i wanted to run all tests, whole memory range, and the 3.
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- ive also tried things like wprime, prime95, intel processor diagnostic tool for the CPU and VMT for the GPU, and they all finished without any errors.
- The most common cause of the Blue Screen is a recent change in your computer’s settings or hardware.
also started another full test like in the beginning, where the errors were found, and after the test which initially found the errors passed with no errors, i turned off, since Click the Settings button in the Startup and Recovery section of the Advanced tab. On other note this RAM is on the list of those recommended for the motherboard by the manufacturer. i hope it stays as it is now until fall, then im getting the hopefully newly refreshed HP zbook 17.
ran another uefi memory diagnostic on the single Kingston module that passed multiple of these yesterday, failed. Thanks for voting! btw ive ran some more tests, now the old 2gb RAM first succeeded the UEFI memory test, then failed it. http://www.tenforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/37727-semi-random-bsod-need-help-narrowing-down-cause.html put the 2gb module into the 2nd ram slot - succeeded.
So it boots from CD or hangs. As the computer is booting, repeatedly hit the F8 key until the Windows boot menu appears. You can check the hard drive and the RAM to make sure that they are connected properly. I doubt it because you say RAM hasn't been used in 3 years. 07-03-2014, 10:35 AM #11 necrophyte Registered Member Join Date: Aug 2008 Posts: 19 OS: winxp
Just restore the system to its last good state. navigate here If you cannot track down the error, you can try a full reinstallation of Windows as a way to reset your computer. a new CPU would do it), just to prolong the notebook for these 3 months, this would be great. maybe someone can identify the faulty device from the minidumps using this: 07-02-2014, 06:21 PM #4 Jared Windows SpecialistMicrosoft SupportBSOD Kernel Dump Analyst Join Date: Jul 2013
Some of the time spent on this project I am totally going to eat at a time when I can't really afford to that. according to the UEFI memory diagnostics, one of my kingston hyperx RAM modules is bad, since the other kingston one, as well as a third one that got shipped with the When the Blue Screen appears again, jot down the following information from the display. Input the data into a search engine to see what hardware or program the error might be Check This Out The system was up for 5 hours and 16 mins.it is hard to say why the header got corrupted.
The next step is to start pulling hardware but before I start to disassemble this system to troubleshoot hardware I am looking for opinions as to what other options I might Crashes and Debugging BSOD Dxgkrnl and other random BSODI have been getting multitudes of annoying shutdowns and rally need some help. Any other issues you might want to look here: FAQ : please read before posting 07-02-2014, 06:38 PM #5 necrophyte Registered Member Join Date: Aug 2008 Posts: 19
To perform a repair installation, insert your Windows disc and boot from it.
if really needed, i can turn it on temporarily, so a full memory dump can be created. repeating the whole test again didnt cause the errors to re-appear. Intel(r) Core(tm)2 Quad CPU [email protected] 2.66GHz 2.67GHz Video Card: Nvidia... wanted to look at how things go for a few days and now i can sum it up.
I haven't been able to take any kind of "picture" of the BSODs yet, they happen very quickly, so fast that it hasn't been possible to even write down the last If there is no sound/beep there, and the CPU and the SMPS fans are working fine, then reinstall your RAM. Yes No Not Helpful 11 Helpful 7 What do I do if a blue screen shows up, but the start-up button does not show up? this contact form I am sure you have done this, but you never know.
You can access this by opening the Start Menu and right-clicking on Computer/My Computer. Show more unanswered questions Ask a Question 200 characters left Submit Already answered Not a question Bad question Other If this question (or a similar one) is answered twice in this then i took the "faulty" one out and put in another one... BSoD randomly occurs, need help please More resources See also solved Random BSOD Help!
I'm running windows 7. 64 bit. noticed that this only works when one continues the tests after setting these, else if one restarts the test, the config also resets.. Your cache administrator is webmaster. For a desktop, open your case and swap out the old card for a new one.
Yes No Not Helpful 6 Helpful 6 I cannot get anything to come up, just the blank screen. Yes No Not Helpful 3 Helpful 3 Unanswered Questions The methods in the article did not work for me. In particular, what might be causing MemTest to be unable to run?