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ok so just recently I have been having this problem where Windows just bluescreens and restarts my computer...

not sure what started this but the blue screen flashes by too fast for me to read it. It seems to be sort of random. When I am installing stuff it does it sometimes... when I start new programs up it does it sometimes ... not sure.

anyway. I just reinstalled Windows from scratch (completely re-formated) and the first few min were ok .. but when I tried to install my Motherboard drivers .... it bluescreened... so I restarted and tried to install my Video Card drivers and it blue screened.

When I restart and load up windows is gives me a message that says:
"Windows has recovered from a serious error"

and the error report has 2 entries:
C:\\DOCUME~1\\DYLANC~1\\LOCALS~1\\Temp\\WER5ad7.di r00\\M ini042006-1.dmp
C:\\DOCUME~1\\DYLANC~1\\LOCALS~1\\Temp\\WER5ad7.di r00\\s ysdata.xm


anyone have any suggestions on what could be causing this?
everything seems to be ok hardware wise ... not overheating or anything.

It does seem to be getting worse.. at first I only saw it every once and a wile when I was playing Oblivion ... now it does it regularly.

please help
post #2 of 7
You have a cheap power supply? you getting fluctuation? is the system prime stable? are all your drivers and bios up to date? is there a setting wrong in the bios? Is your AGP/PCI locked?
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-not even sure of the power supply brand ... so prolly cheap....

-dont know how to see if I am getting fluctuations either

-I dont know how to check my system prime.

-BIOs and drivers are all up to date as of like yeasterday.

-BIOs settings are at default (thought that is what was wrong to I defaulted them)

-I dont even know how to lock/unlock AGP/PCI.



I know ... Im a n00b at this stuff.
post #4 of 7
random resets are usually power supply problem.....I suggest you see if you can test another one.
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Originally Posted by Reebbo
It seems to be sort of random. When I am installing stuff it does it sometimes... when I start new programs up it does it sometimes ... not sure.
Get a utility named Speedfan. It will monitor temps and volts for you. I agree with Ted that the PSU is suspicious. I highly recommend a new PSU in any case for you, since your built deserves a high-quality PSU.

Your statement that it seems to happen mostly when you install stuff or start up a new program indicates that an increase in power demand causes the BSOD.

One other explanation could be that something is not entirely right with a harddrive or so, but I would look at the PSU to begin with.
    
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Don't freak out if speed fan shows an incorrect reading of 127c on your cpu chipset readings? It has happened to others and these are false temps. I would use speed fan and 2 others like Mother board monitor 5 (MBM5) Everest, and PC Wizard perhaps plus check your bios readings. The best way is always a manual teast with a multi-meter there are several great threads from members to show you how to check your PSU etc...
http://www.overclock.net/power-supplies/ go to the FAQ's and look around for some possible helpful ideas?
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post #7 of 7
Sudden system Reboots are yes caused by a dodgy PSU, Also are you overclocked anyway as this can cause System instablilty
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