Blue screen problem - Windows 7?
Question: I have recently bought a brand new computer. It frequently stops working and a blue screen appears with white writing. It says: A problem has been detected. A clock interrupt was not received on a secondary processor within the allocated time interval. Then follows some further information about hardware or software not being properly installed Finally: Technical Information: ***STOP:0x00000101 (0x00000031, 0x00000000, 0x807C5120, 0x00000001) Collecting data for crash dump Initializing disc for crash dump Beginning dump of physical memory Dumping physical memory to disk:100 Specification of the computer: Motherboard, Intel Bearuptake socket 1155 pin on- board graphics , sound and LAN 10/100/1000 DVI graphics ports Processor Intel Core i3-2100 3.1GHz, 6MB L3, 32nm DMI bus Ram: 2x Transcend 2048Mb2 DDR3 Ram, 1333MHz ( total RAM = 4096Mbs) Hard disk drive - 500GB Seagate SATA I run Windows 7 - Home Premium 32bit MS Office 2007 Home and Student Firefox and Thunderbird. AVG 2011 Free I have returned the computer to the shop a few times, but they are unable to fix the problem. All advice gratefully received. My email address - [email protected] webbis.co.za
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return to where u got it from and tell them that u don't want to spend money on something that's not perfect, the problem seems to be with a Hardware or Software...if everything failed and there's nothing else u can do u can try (or go to a professional if u can't) making sure that ur hardware is plugged-in well like ur RAM for example if u're sure everything on the Hardware is perfect try installing new drivers as maybe the drivers u installed or that are already installed are corrupt hope I helped :)
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The best way is to download Ccleaner here http://bitly.com/UrALrK Or you can go on Windows operating system locate the command prompt and go there to do the following: Create a Recovery file of system and date it today. Then begin by; delete the 'Temp' folders..they have hidden subfolders so you need to set the attributes in order to bypass this. For each subfolder delete all cookies and rubbish left behnd after install-uninstalled programs. Do a 'dir' command to check your progress. Make sure the 'Temp' file is empty. goto c:\windows\prefetch and delete everything in there..no exceptions goto c:\windows folder and delete all the '$' files that have been installed by updates. They can all be succesfully deleted and just take up disk space. Locate the Internet Temporary Files..Check to see how high the saving level is..some have it set at 30 days..but that stores faaaar tooo much data..though it slows down the system overal. Keep this to a minimum..suggest 2 or 5 at most. Delete all 'cookies' all those you don't need. Locate the windows directory and go through the folders you know and those you don't need. Check this once a week at least. Some programs will install under XP as NT and older systems where there is no check of systems weight. Check to see that system files have not changed since last booting. Things like .ini files or .bat are important items. Check for 'Hidden Directories' all over the disk...do this at the command prompt: dir *.* /ah wil show these hidden directories Check the 'dir' command for all parameters
This isnt a virus. This has happened before to other users with a BCCode: 50 and there are solutions to this. One of them does involve taking it back to the manufacturer due to faulty hardware components. There are some anti-virus software's that can also cause this to happen. The source at the bottom is a similar case with the BCCode 50 but with different BCP codes but the code 50 is really the important part. From what I can tell most say it is faulty hardware that has been installed, defective RAM, main memory, L2 RAM cache, or video RAM. The faultwire link in the source will have a more detailed description of what to do and some solutions to your problem.
Anthony let me tell you first that this is error of your Software part so you would not able to replace this and no one take guarantee of this part. Even if the authorize person is not able to resolve this issue then you can contact at any 3rd party person for this resolution. I can understand that how irritable is this that you purchased something New but not working. I am also using PC from last 5.6 years and whenever I have any issue i just contact @ http://www.askpcexperts.ca and they took my issue. The best thing is that I don't require to carry my PC on any shop they just suggest me that how to resolve this issue on chat , mail and Call and if still I am not able to do then I just simply give them Remote Access and they resolve my issue. If you want to try then you can try once by visiting on there Live Support.
If you got it only a month ago, it should be under warranty, so you ought to be able to call the manufacturer for warranty service. EDIT: well you didn't say it was used equipment. If you don't want to pay any money, just remember sometimes you get what you pay for, and some things that are "free" can be quite expensive. If you suspect a hard drive problem, try running CHKDSK on it. If the hard disk has a problem, it might find it, then you can run it with the /F option and it might fix it.
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