windows 7 get shutown + bluescreen

Discussion in 'Computing and Networks' started by ep.hobbyiest, Oct 3, 2014.

  1. ep.hobbyiest

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    my win7 get shutdown 10-15 times a day when i started to work. If i open proteus maximum of time it get shutdown and blue screen comes and written on blue screen "physical memory dumping..." something like this
    it apears only for 1-2 seconds.
    After power on following message comes on scrren
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    3. Problem signature:
    4.   Problem Event Name:    BlueScreen
    5.   OS Version:    6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1
    6.   Locale ID:    1033
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    8. Additional information about the problem:
    9.   BCCode:    ca
    10.   BCP1:    00000001
    11.   BCP2:    88AEA9B8
    12.   BCP3:    85C8EF00
    13.   BCP4:    00000000
    14.   OS Version:    6_1_7600
    15.   Service Pack:    0_0
    16.   Product:    256_1
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    18. Files that help describe the problem:
    19.   C:\Windows\Minidump\100314-24710-01.dmp
    20.   C:\Users\AAAA\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-80371-0.sysdata.xml
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    22. Read our privacy statement online:
    23.   http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=104288&clcid=0x0409
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    25. If the online privacy statement is not available, please read our privacy statement offline:
    26.   C:\Windows\system32\en-US\erofflps.txt
     
  2. ep.hobbyiest

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    so what is solution on this to prevent this..
     
  3. ISB123

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    Temperature of CPU,GPU?
    HDD error scan?
    Update drivers?
    Test the RAM?

    When did it start occurring?
    Do you get distorted/looping sound when it freezes?
    How old is the PC?
     
  4. Kermit2

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    boot in safe mood. go to control panel and un-install whatever program you last installed. reboot normally and see if your problem goes away. If not repeat processwith next most recent program. this usually corrects problem. you can try re-installing the program once your OS is stable again
     
  5. R!f@@

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    if above posts did not help, it could be bad capacitors on the mother board or PSU.
     
  6. shteii01

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    Yep, start tracking temperature. I use CoreTemp, SpeedFan for ease of use.

    If you got spare 50-60 dollars, go buy cheap no brand psu, hook it up to the pc and see if your problem goes away. If it does, throw away your old psu. If it does not, return the psu where you bought it.
     
  7. studiot

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    You have a failing GeForce graphics subsystem and/or corrupt drivers for it.

    Have you tried rolling back the driver?
     
  8. tom_s

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    love it when all the cooks get involved.

    firstly, what is proteus? game, application, old man of the sea?

    have you checked the error code with ms?

    edit: @ studiot - was thinking along the same lines if it is the game but could also be radion :)
     
  9. shteii01

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    Proteus: http://www.labcenter.com/products/vsm/vsm_overview.cfm

    Very sweet piece of software. The first time I used it was in my uC class. We would write code in Keil uVision and then load it into the Proteus simulation and see if uC will do what we want it to do.
     
  10. ep.hobbyiest

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    yes problem is solved. Just reduce overhead of PC by unistalling unused softwares...:)
     
  11. DerStrom8

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    I see you solved the issue, but I have a few questions:

    1) How much RAM do you have installed?
    2) How much total hard drive space do you have, and how much of it is free?
    3) Is your copy of Proteus legitimate (not cracked)?
     
  12. djsfantasi

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    I have a couple questions as well. What "unused" software (specifically) did you uninstall? How old was it (i.e. how long had it been installed?
     
  13. tom_s

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    glad to hear sorted out

    cleaning up (read as deleting) non essential software in win startup makes the world go around so much better. java / apple / adobe updates to mention a few common items.

    @ DerStrom8 - only version of typed software have seen 'available' on internetz is 4.6 years old.
     
  14. DerStrom8

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    Not quite sure what you're trying to say. Could you clarify?
     
  15. tom_s

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    found an old version proteus available on one torrent site (assuming code/activation bypassed by some method). not the sort of thing i would acquire illegally.

    (off-topic) it still amazes me how many people run illegal OS's out there. they more than happy to pay mega bucks for hardware thats going to be outdated in months, yet refuse to pay a fraction of that for a legal OS.
     
  16. Denesius

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    I think it all has to do with substance: the hardware you can see, touch, feel, smell. Software is ethereal, and therefore hard to equate with value....
     
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