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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-31-2012, 10:41 AM - Thread Starter
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Hello. I'm new here,so sorry if this is the wrong place to ask this.
First a picture I took.


Now to describe my issue. My computer is suddenly,out of nowhere,having freezes nonstop,and BSoD's. It turned super slow,and after a blue screen it tends to stay slow. If I load too many programms it instantly shuts down.
How this could have occured..
I have two possible options that would come to my mind:
Either a Virus,which must be a new one as my antivirus did not block it
Internal Damage,caused by water..
Or as my friend says overheating,which I dont see as an option,as my laptop stays mild temperatures as I checked.

This all started yesterday,as mentioned,after I cleaned my keyboard,beneath the keys.
It all went fine,but I stupidly left it on while cleaning it.. Yes I want to hit myself for that now.
Afterwards I attempted to boot a game (Team Fortress 2) which just did not load at all. It was stuck in the start screen unable to do something. This is where I got the first BSoD.

I'm using Windows 7..
My laptop is from Samsung.
And some additional Information taken from a Programm called core-temp:

Frequency: 1500 MHz
Tj. Max: 100 °C
Core #1: 50°C
Core #2: 42°C

The core temperatures may range up to 60°C.

/Edit: Excuse me,I forgot to mention that these are Idle temperatures.

If theres more information required,please ask.
Thanks for helping.
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do a virus scan using something like mbam.
scan your hdd using something like seatools.
test your ram using memtest.

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I'd say your HDD is dying from what you have said to be honest.

Edit: Also run memtest on the machine, could be RAM related.
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Another common cause of this error message is defective hardware or failing RAM.

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