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« on: October 09, 2010, 01:26:06 pm »
plz help me finding the solution
sometimes my pc while runnning shows me a blue screen and then gets restarted
any body have a solution then plz tell
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« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2010, 02:14:06 pm »
Quote from: vikas12ful on October 09, 2010, 01:26:06 pm
plz help me finding the solution
sometimes my pc while runnning shows me a blue screen and then gets restarted
any body have a solution then plz tell



Yes i have,
change your smps  :)

because i was having the same problem 1 year ago and when i changed my smps then afterthat there is no such problem.

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« Reply #2 on: October 09, 2010, 05:02:10 pm »
@techmaniac.....dude the probelem is not olways same !!

i hd dis probelem in my pc becoz my loose RAM slot...

and i had dis problem in my laptop due to my crashed video drivver.. :p


it can be due to many h/w or s/w probelems !!

google it for more info .. :-p
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« Reply #3 on: October 09, 2010, 06:10:06 pm »
@techmaniac

you are completely wrong

@piyush121

you are a bit right....

the error you are telling is called "blue screen error"

try to increase your RAM or if you have installed any new hardware remove it from your pc. basically this error is caused by any hardware/software changes

if anything doesnt work  ,,,,,, disassemble your pc and then assemble your pc
       



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« Reply #4 on: October 09, 2010, 06:27:32 pm »
thnx for this piyush121
now i got my answer

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« Reply #5 on: October 09, 2010, 08:22:29 pm »
@all

yeah i have the similar problem what he has
but i changed my Ram and Smps too at the same time after that there is no such problem.

and when i told to my h/w consultant about this then he said this problem 90% occur due to Bad power Supply i.e.smps

and 1 week ago my frnd told me that this problem also with him and he too changed his smps after that he is not having this problem.


thats why i told this is a smps problem.


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« Reply #6 on: October 09, 2010, 08:41:20 pm »
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@techmaniac

you are completely wrong



No offense with you dude,

but first search on google then tell.

"They can also be caused by physical hardware faults, such as faulty RAM memory or power supplies, overheating of components, or hardware which is run beyond its specification limits ("overclocking")."

read this wiki note

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« Reply #7 on: October 09, 2010, 09:34:23 pm »
Agreed with techmaniac sir..
I also had the same issue a year ago.. It was due to no proper heat passage.. Due to over heating a layer of capacitors was lifted off.. That causes improper power supply.. Usually this ' blue screen' error occurs due to faults in hardwares.. Try to fix your rams, else consult some professional..

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« Reply #8 on: October 10, 2010, 01:42:49 am »
Lol, its not a fault with the Smps.  :D A fault with the smps could cause immense overheating and noise as soon as the system starts. Fault with the smps would delay the boot considerably and devices to switch off but it DOES NOT cause the display colors to change to blue like in this guy's case.

There are multiple reasons which might cause this. Either there's a problem with your RAM's compatibility or the entire slot is loose.
 
The other thing maybe that the wire cord that connects your CPU to the monitor might be loose, if your monitor is CRT then this is probably a problem with the wire cord that connects the CPU and Monitor. This would cause different colors(red, blue , yellow depending on which color's wire is loose within the cord) to appear intermittently and then the monitor could also suddenly switch off as well.

Another reason could also be that your one or more of your devices or wirings are'nt seated correctly.
Also, there are malwares that cause blue screens and even cause the system to restart/hang as soon as it starts or make the system very slow.


Out of these, second is the most predominant cause for this if you use a CRT monitor. IF you're using LED/LCD then its something either wrong with the RAM/inner devices or you've been hit with a terrible malware and would have to try and format Windows/Linux or whichever OS you're using. Hope its not a malware!
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« Reply #9 on: October 10, 2010, 01:49:55 am »
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DOES NOT cause the display colors to change to blue like in this guy's case.


i know the problem might be with RAM  but you cant ignore that there could be a smps problem too.

but his system is also restarted after blue screen Death.

and there is no point to discuss on this,there could be many more reasons of it.

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« Reply #10 on: October 10, 2010, 01:56:59 am »
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DOES NOT cause the display colors to change to blue like in this guy's case.


i know the problem might be with RAM  but you cant ignore that there could be a smps problem too.

but his system is also restarted after blue screen Death.

and there is no point to discuss on this,there could be many more reasons of it.


As I said, problem with smps will cause slow boot and noise coming out and even current leakage in the CPU. Smps fault's symptoms are totally DIFFERENT.

It can cause monitor to switch off but it will not change the color to BLue or Red. This is definately not an smps problem, I can assure you that, its either one of the multiple reasons I stated above.

Most probably this happens due to loose CPU-Monitor wire cord or due to a malware that is in circulation these days which bring a blue screen at startup and then either hangs the system or reboots.
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« Reply #11 on: October 10, 2010, 01:59:38 am »
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As I said, problem with smps will cause slow boot and noise coming out and even current leakage in the CPU. Smps fault's symptoms are totally DIFFERENT.

It can cause monitor to switch off but it will not change the color to BLue or Red. This is definately not an smps problem, I can assure you that, its either one of the multiple reasons I stated above.

Most probably this happens due to loose CPU-Monitor wire cord or due to a malware that is in circulation these days which bring a blue screen at startup and then either hangs the system or reboots.


but i have removed this problem by changing my Smps.
and my other friend too.

are you guessing or have faced this problem??

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« Reply #12 on: October 10, 2010, 02:02:48 am »
 Further, to test if its a hardware or a software/Windows problem, you can the following.

Take a Ubuntu(free Linux distributor) or any other Linux Live CD and boot your system with that CD. If the system boots properly and you dont get any blue screen then its surely a malware that has hit your windows and you would have to format the windows.
If even this Live CD boot, causes a blue screen then its a hardware fault and call the engineer.
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« Reply #13 on: October 10, 2010, 02:07:40 am »
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As I said, problem with smps will cause slow boot and noise coming out and even current leakage in the CPU. Smps fault's symptoms are totally DIFFERENT.

It can cause monitor to switch off but it will not change the color to BLue or Red. This is definately not an smps problem, I can assure you that, its either one of the multiple reasons I stated above.

Most probably this happens due to loose CPU-Monitor wire cord or due to a malware that is in circulation these days which bring a blue screen at startup and then either hangs the system or reboots.


but i have removed this problem by changing my Smps.
and my other friend too.

are you guessing or have faced this problem??


I am pretty sure about this, I've done everything wrong that can be done with the smps and never wil the smps cause such a problem. Smps fault will cause loud noise from the cpu and increased temprature.
 Logically as well, smps is in noway related to the color display of the system, why will it cause colors to change? :D
The RAM, GPU, monitor's wire cord can affect the colors and switch the system off. Thats where the fault lies. :P
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« Reply #14 on: October 10, 2010, 11:31:40 am »
@20legend....

dude i think u dont understand the meaning of blue screen ....lol :D

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