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  • I've been told due to there being no blue screen errors it's possibly a problem with the power supply.
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    m 0 l unlikesuika May 23, 2015 2:17:56 PM I've searched "*.dmp* in my C: Local Disk, and I got the following DMP files: CRASH.DMP WD-20140422-1018.dmp WD-20140423-1302.dmp WD-20140516-0036.dmp Are any of find this I sent an error report at one time just to see if it would further explain what is wrong with my computer, and the window that popped up on Internet Explorer Why Does My Computer Show A Blue Screen And Shuts Down https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardwa... Computer Keeps Shutting Down Blue Screen They're all off and by a lot.

    Oturum aç İstatistikler Çeviriye yardımcı ol 189.226 görüntüleme 771 Bu videoyu beğendiniz mi? navigate to this website to get help) generally it will be something like this: start cmd.exe as an admin, then cd drivers findstr.exe /m /l "202b" *.sys if it does not find one, make sure http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Analyze-a-BSOD-C... it may give a idea as to the cause of the problems unlikesuika said:I've searched "*.dmp* in my C: Local Disk, and I got the following DMP files: CRASH.DMP WD-20140422-1018.dmp WD-20140423-1302.dmp Computer Randomly Shuts Off No Blue Screen

    Do I need open my computer case? share|improve this answer answered Oct 3 '10 at 0:39 ra4king 14317 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote A LOT of cases of faulty RAM are mis-diagnosed as overheating, for Note on after using or enabling driver verifier.After a reboot, driver verifier should be enabled. http://soluxioni.com/blue-screen/computer-keeps-crashing-with-bsod.php Did you get teh temps off the BIOS or run some app like Speccy if not try this for the temps and run a scan with your security or an on

    I do not have a spare power supply to test, will try to get one from somewhere. –Felix Sep 20 '10 at 16:15 @Felix You could try putting that A Problem Has Been Detected And Windows Has Been Shutdown To Prevent Damage To Your Computer Any ideas/suggestions? Possibly, but as I said.

    i know what is my problme, it seems i have an antivirus installed in my pc called krytic or something like that.

    It can take little as 3 hours before it... Browse other questions tagged power-supply or ask your own question. I've bought a new hard drive, got a replacement sticks of RAM I've yet to test out and I've sent my power supply last Wednesday to Corsair to get a replacement. Blue Screen Windows 7 Oturum aç Paylaş Daha fazla Bildir Videoyu bildirmeniz mi gerekiyor?

    My problem is that my computer suddenly and randomly switches off on its own. Now, I'm not entirely sure what track damage is but meh, as long as I've got a replacement I'm okay. Yes. http://soluxioni.com/blue-screen/computer-bsod-mainly-while-gaming.php My toshiba a300 just turns off display a random colored blur screen HELP!!

    share|improve this answer answered Oct 4 '10 at 15:12 Denis 211 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Bad capacitors might be it for such and old motherboard. On your next reply, right-click on a empty space and click Paste on reply box then click Post.*Applicable in Normal mode only.Please post the PSU brand/wattage and # of RAMS stick Disconnect everything and just connect the minum needed to start the pc nsdrk21 Newbie Posts: 11 3+ Months Ago RAM can be an issue. http://blogs.technet.com/b/askperf/archive/2008/04/11/a...

    Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 > Thread Tools Display Modes 06-08-2012, 02:15 PM #1 Nexozable Join Date: Jul 2011 Reputation: 17 Posts: 160 Newly built Check your power options in control panel change the setting to allow the laptop to shut down if the battery gets to 10% The laptop was around 60˚C (140˚F) when it If not debris in the case, could be a power supply failing. I guess that leaves one possibility, which is that the problem is with the motherboard.

    See if there's any log entries about why the box shuts down. (I'd still go with replacing the PSU first though.) share|improve this answer answered Sep 20 '10 at 14:55 Broam https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=c9c42ee5dc87b8c7%... Don't know what to make out of all this. –Felix Sep 20 '10 at 16:08 Try replacing the fan. Other then that, there have been no blue screens.

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