If this occurs please send the > corresponding minidump (by default it is at c:\windows\Minidump ) my way. > If you have any questions or I didn't explain something well enough I have little knowledge of what most settings are, what they should be or what they could be and as anyone knows who knows BIOS it is one of the areas With respect to overheating : what temperatures are normal for a Pentium D CPU ? If this occurs please send the corresponding minidump (by default it is at c:\windows\Minidump ) my way.
All Rights Reserved. i formatted my laptop 5-6 times and also changed the os from xp- home edition to proff. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - cover by hothta / August 12, 2005 11:03 PM PDT In reply to: Not on my situation open cover causes overheating Flag Permalink A ''memory leak occurs'' when a memory pool allocates some of its memory to a process and the process does not return the memory.
TV. One of my friends sent me the exact same link, and two recommendations are better than one. I tried with no USB devices plugged in, with some, with all.
No change in reboots Spyware and Norton indicate system is clean. Aug 17, 2006 Random BSOD restarts - Error code 100000d - Win XP Mar 9, 2010 Computer Restarts randomly at different times w/ XP Pro SP2 Dec 4, 2007 Random BSODs If it is an underpowered power supply, the issue only presents it ?self when all of the devises (or a majority) are taxing the system."Been there, done that" when I fought If you need anymore information please let me know.Thank you,Jason 6 answers Last reply Apr 13, 2005 More about windows random reboot DarkKnightApr 9, 2005, 6:37 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.device_driver.dev
I have an AMD Athlon XP 3000+; 512MB RAM; 80 >> GIG HDD, running Windows XP Pro SP2 with all Critical Updates and >> Optional Updates. A green icon indicates that a log is running; a red icon indicates that a log has been stopped. one example as follows:system commander 2002 was installed in windows 98, and after i formatted the hardisk using windows 98 disk(just format the drive, without un-partition it first), system commanders' file Heat may be the problem, but not necessary 9 out 10.
Related Blog Posts Steven J. Yes. playing music) and in IE doing websearches for things like random reboots. If you need anymore information please >>> let me know.>>>>>> Thank you,>>> Jason>>>>>>>>>>>> AnonymousApr 13, 2005, 9:05 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.device_driver.dev (More info?)Josh,I have done a total reinstall of Windows
I had no problem with it at all. No, create an account now. Again I could attach a minidump zip file if it would be helpful. If the heat source does not have sufficient airflow (not just the ability to radiate heat into the air, but actual movement of air over the heated surface), heat can build
Once in Safe Mode, follow the steps Microsoft lists in this support document to disable the intelppm.sys driver if you suspect that's the problem. If your PC is not an HP or Compaq with an AMD processor, your best bet -- in lieu of anything official from Microsoft -- is to read through Johansson's post If automatic events and services constantly run and eat up system resources, perhaps eliminating those consider extraneous and unnecessary could help improve system performance. What gives?
I've got a home theater system, consoles, etc. Good Luck,Joshua SmithOpenGL Test LabMicrosoft-----Get Secure! but the store testing your memory 1 stick at a time, i doubt they did... 02-14-2008, 11:02 AM #15 exolstice Registered Member Join Date: Feb 2008 Posts: 11 Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Computer problem?
Because the heat escapes from the open pan more quickly than it does a closed one.An open cover would not cause overheating.Mark Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - PCs Last week I bought new components for a new PC. Next time you crash the blue screen will hopefully say something like "DRIVER_VERIFIER_DETECTED_VIOLATION".
by sandyy44 / October 12, 2013 9:49 PM PDT In reply to: Also, But after unchecking it ... ..my pc shows somewhat like blue screen showing the error for new hardware/software Thanks so much for your time and sorry for my late response. Are unnecessary Counter Logs used? Also the computer likes to restart during memtest so I can't perform the check myself.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Almost same error by Honeybaba4455 / February 13, 2016 7:19 AM PST In reply to: Also, Mostly its "driver sql" i dont really Could this crash also result from faulty RAM ? I also took covers off and discovered an unknown CARPET OF DUST all over my motherboard, video card, everywhere. do not count as PCI cards), the power consumption should not be extraordinary high.
Double click Performance Logs and Alerts, Counter Logs and note what is listed in the details pane. I did get one once early on in the problem that said something to the effect that something recently installed was causing windows a problem and that I should uninstall it Next time you crash > the blue screen will hopefully say something like > "DRIVER_VERIFIER_DETECTED_VIOLATION". Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Video Card by ocelot / August 12, 2005 9:24 PM PDT In reply to: My PC keeps on restarting again and again without
Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... Over heating of the cpu can cause wierd things to happen. Turtle Beach Stealth 450 Wireless... Will try and put a call into MSI to see if a tech there can tell me which are the relevant entries I might consider changing.
Can anyone help me with this issue ? Logged Maesus GENERAL OF THE ARMY Offline Posts: 10518 in Penang, Malaysia « Reply #3 on: 23-September-06, 08:11:58 » The following error or errors occurred while this message: Best Answer looks The new memory I have is a little bit more expensive (10 EUR = 7 GBP), but from Corsair and did not have one single error with Memtest86+ within 8 passes. Most systems under a hundred years old without anything whatsoever done to it -- other than used -- will generally work well until it falls apart from old age.
c. Regards Howard Aug 30, 2006 #18 BeerTender TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 17 So you think I could easily fix this problem by de-installing BitDefender ? What if I just want to give up on XP SP3 and revert to something that works?