Random BSOD Without Aparent Reason
In the event viewer it has Event 41,... Sorry Im just not very good with Windows in general. The computer will then do one of a few different things. *Sometimes, it will just get stuck when the little symbol is scrolling across the screen before you get the windows the machine is well maintained. Source
And thanks for your reply! Printers, Digital Cameras, Scanners, etc. Also, I've noticed that the times aren't always 100% accurate - but haven't had the time or inclination to research that. You can also check to see why your computer had a failure by checking the Events log for error messages. a fantastic read
TODD PICKIN Jan 14, 2005, 04:21pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Computer Restarts for no apparent reasonSuggestion: Start the computer A potential solution is a “less but more” approach with multi-function tools and devices. Not my area of expertise (what is? gary says July 21, 2010 at 1:50 am Hi, Thank u very much for your help.
I've replaced power supply, processor fan, all fans are working, cleaned it, checked for viruses, etc. This is why I've posted this in the CPU thread. 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. I guess switching the power cable, or the outlet is what fixed it, unless it had something to do with my RAM settings (this would usually produce a blue screen).
Specs accordingly: Intel Core i7-5820K - no overclock ASUS X99-A - with latest bios 3x 8GB Crucial DDR4 Ballistix 2400MHz DDR4 XMP PC4-19200 EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G2 PSU EVGA GeForce GTX Then along came a storm and shut down my PC. Im thinking it could be that my pc gets to hot, but Im using a big fan near it to try to keep it cool. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/576589/random-crashed-no-bsod-screensound-freezes-and-reboot-is-required/ Someone at another forum suggested it could be theSamsung SM951 as boot-drive, thoughts on that?
I am not able to get to any programs…I have checked all connections. thanks greentech07 says January 6, 2011 at 6:37 am Fix Registry Problems fix Incompatible DLLs installed fix Corrupted Hard Disk Drive you can do this by using reginout cleaner Zaba says Several functions may not work. Asus K501UX Notebook screen flickers at random times for no apparent reason Laptop suddenly restarts for no apparent reason.
PSU (Q-Tec 400W Dual Fan Gold PSU) - faulty PSU??? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3030081/bsod-times-day-apparent-reason.html I always run a full scan once a month and it's never done this before but as I said now it's done it 3 times in a row today.But it also There are 0 registered and 487 anonymous users currently online. Display freezes Do you know of a good ad blocker OS can't restore/update - Windows...
seeing as i turned off auto restart when encouter an error CPU - does a damage CPU behave like this? this contact form Under the "System Failure" box there will be a checkbox saying "Automatically Restart". Thanks in advance, all help much appreciated. The computer is still ON.
Anyway, I figured out why the critical stop that caused the restarts is so random. A BSOD is the result of low-level software crashing -- or faulty hardware. The first DWORD in the Data section contains the index value to the malformed string while the second and third DWORDs in the Data section contain the last valid index values. have a peek here I'm about to just buy a new motherboard to see if that will help but i would hate to waste $100+ on a new motherboard only to find out my system
It got progressively worse until yesterday it would resart moments after windows was loaded. In another thread with a similar problem to mine someone suggested running HWinfo... What can I do???
I built this computer so I've taken it apart and checked each part individually but I can't find anything.
Ran furmark and reported the GPU temperatures stabilised at 80 degrees Celsius with the fans running as per my fan profile, so I suppose that it is fine. Hopefully won't happen again (says it's updated now). Can't find your answer ? I am not understanding how it is a PSU issue.
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If it isn't that, then I don't know. This never happened before, and I've had the pc at these OC settings for about a year and been using this software for months as well. Please help…. I dont have two different makes of RAM in the computer, it's all the same make and model by GSKILL.
The others may have been from overclocks. Update: once memtest86+ finishes running I'll restore bios to defaults (no overclock) and try running a full system scan in 360 to see if it crashes then. I never got any visual recognition, no keyboard or mouse usage, nothing. It happens at both, though seemingly randomly.
New Members: Please click here for the Bleeping Computer Forum Board RulesMy Career Involves 37 Years as an Electronics Repair Technician, to Which I am Currently Retired From.I Am Currently Using I think if I use Windows Recovery Console, it might help. When my case was open to fresh air, I converted 3 AVIs in one day with NO REBOOT. i havent been able to come to any conclusion abt what it could be.
Since then I have let it try to reboot again and again and again and it just keeps doing it. It only has one memory stick…a 256…John in payson, AZ [email protected] tony says February 20, 2008 at 4:59 pm ok i went to RUN and typed ‘eventvwr" BUT I DO NOT on both comps before this problem started. Error message here any help appreciated because when it works its a cracking little PC :D Thanks in advance to all you very cleaver people.
when i turn on my computer a blak scree appears with all these letters and numbersand at the end it says hard draive error t hen there is two options. Could anyone please suggest it is hardware problem or virus/melware related? It still did it, which means it isn't the ram.