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I keep getting these stupid errors. The one that says "........ Has encountered an unexpected problem and needs to shut down" I have run a full system virus scan and Ive run Norton windoctor a bunch of times. It used to restart itself all the time but I changed a setting in the control panel so it wouldn't shut down every time it had an error. Now every time I shut it down I get some read error messege. !!
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try a spyware scan. Spybot Search & Destroy and Ad-Aware SE Personal are very good programs. Install them, update the definition files, and run them in safe mode with command prompt. Give us an update after you do this.
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I ran adaware in safe and reguler mode. It found to two tracking cookies. Nothing else
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I would run an OCCT test on it just to make sure it's completely stable.
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Sounds like File corruption...When in windows Normal mode go to the run bar and type '' SFC /SCANNOW'' with an Xp installation disk in your main dvd drive as such and this will then start a process of installing missing or damaged files the Os needs.
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You mention an error message. If you put the error # in the Microsoft database search, You will probably find some info about your particular error and how to fix it. I've done that many times.
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post #7 of 8
Quote:
Originally Posted by b0gEy
I ran adaware in safe and reguler mode. It found to two tracking cookies. Nothing else
Try "Safe mode with command prompt". Use task manager to load programs (ctrl+alt+del). Also run Scandisk and select both options "Automatically fix file system errors" and "Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors". I had a problem similar to thisand scandisk solved it. Enterprise's suggestion would be excellent. Rep+. Bdog too.
And have you OC'd your CPU?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by klewiss
Try "Safe mode with command prompt". Use task manager to load programs (ctrl+alt+del). Also run Scandisk and select both options "Automatically fix file system errors" and "Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors". I had a problem similar to thisand scandisk solved it. Enterprise's suggestion would be excellent. Rep+. Bdog too.
And have you OC'd your CPU?
Thats a very valid point that...Scandisk may solve a few problems..Nice Klewiss
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