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Maybe it is a power supply issue. Is the red (labeled "UC") utilization of the CPU? And may have to be replaced WildPonyOct 6, 2014, 2:08 AM I am also having this problem. But i guess doing that wont hurt. Check This Out

all i could figure out was that it had to be a MB problem.Because of this i have a new MB on it way. Forum SolvedLooking for a few 1ups from lenovo's g505s Forum SolvedLenovo G505s overheating problems Forum SolvedLenovo Essential G505s (59-379862) or Lenovo Essential G505s (59-380146) or HP Pavilion G6-2313AX Forum Lenovo G505s But I'll check it then. Privacy Steam Group Twitter Support RPS Register Help Remember Me?

m 0 l Best solution yoyomah20 January 4, 2015 12:55:56 AM Gergo Petes said:yoyomah20 said:Gergo Petes said:yoyomah20 said:Hi there, it definatley seems like your sensors are damaged. If you do not have the Installation disk and access to the recovery console you need to put the hard drive into another computer as a slave drive and then run The last item in the table is always the ACPI Controller. So i didn't reinstall them.

Let me ask you: 1) Have you tried using a different software monitor to monitor your temps? Since last Monday (8-9), almost every morning when I start my computer up I get the BSOD. by RobSee / August 17, 2010 11:50 PM PDT In reply to: So did you run CHKDSK from the ... For it follow these links:Symantec's info on the Rustock RootkitSymantec's Cleanup Instructions...stop: 0x00000050 is most often a RAM problem (note how all three could be RAM and consider testing with memtest86

Do you have some weird USB device? you need to remove the add in card altogether. I really want to fix this computer, but I've tried everthing I can think of and nothing has worked. If memtest finds faulty RAM or if it doesn't proceed to step 2 If you chose to go with the bootable CD (.iso) Version use your favorite cd burnig software to

If a kernel debugger is available get the stack backtrace. The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. Good luck. I do also have a Wi-fi device in the computer sitting there doing nothing whilst I connect over ethernet instead.

Some register values may be zeroed or incorrect. Tried installing xp on the new hd, blue screen, tried disconnecting old drive and reinstalling xp on the new hd, blue error, yanked the ram and am formatting with the slow Posted 4 days ago 9. *awkward_ghost* Hi, Sorry, it completely slipped my mind to post the system specs (duh!). I'll check the ram tonight or next overnight I get, cant do it now as I have to go to wake up at 0200 to drive up to LA from Mexico

Because when it gets to working temperature everything is doing fine. his comment is here Sorry, i'm not a comp genius, what BSOD and "cold booting" is? TechSpot is a registered trademark. Thanks!

The crashes are always, always preceded by sound corruption. Last time I actually found one it was on a RAM board under a heat spreader. I tried memtest as well. Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 05-06-2011,11:06 PM #1

Do not post any offensive material Do not post personal information (address, email, phone number, etc.) Please remain respectful to users at all times. Thanks! Will putting all new memory in stop this?

I don't know if you have C1E enabled in your bios.

Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Tech help! Sometimes I hate my computer.Robyn Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Computer Help forum 7 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions solved First boot, getting constant and random BSOD Random restarts and monitor does no respond on cold boots solved Multiple random BSOD's on boot solved Cant boot, random bsod while downloading Here's the paste of the latest WinDbg analysis: I'm just about to start the game up again to test my hypothesis of it only happening during the first play following

Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Only problem was it was a address line to the RAM and windows would load the kernel and the address line would later connect and the block of memory would move Apply > OK Accept then restart. navigate here If I now start the computer, it will boot without any...

Yet I've never been able to intentionally stress the system enough to cause it to report errors, let alone cause it to crash... Get the answer coreydmortonApr 10, 2011, 8:11 PM kickasslo said: It means that pc was turned off for more than 2 or 3 hours and when it boots it randomly crashes Before I attempted to remove the RAM chips, I needed to use my computer. EDIT- This was in Windows Vista by the way.

Any change in configuration may also cause it. And let me know if you need any other info on this. Reply With Quote 16-06-2011,04:04 PM #11 CuriousOrange View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Network Hub Join Date Jun 2011 Posts 291 I had a similar problem recently. It can also mean the hdd is failing.

But before that i was playing games for hours without any problem. Paul NZSep 22, 2014, 11:23 PM kickasslo said: Hello, first time writing here. Join the community here. I added a missing feature - image creation, which would be welcomed by Virtual PC users.

if you have an intel processor- disable C1E as mentioned and Intel Speed Step.