Anyway, I got of tired of it... so I've decided to do a fresh install of Windows XP Professional.
On the Windows Setup installion screen,I deleted all the partition and perform a NTFS Quick
Format on an entire hard drive.
Windows starts up just fine. I install all the drivers(video,Ethernet,etc..) that is on
Acer backup disk.I then install Firefox and AntiVir antivirus program. I thought
my issue with the Blue Screen of Death was resolved. But while surfing the web, it happen again
and many times afterward. I looked through the forum and someone suggested going to the
Recovery Console and running chkdsk /r. I did that and let it run overnight. However,
I am still having problem with it.
It is happening so often that I don't even trust my laptop anymore. At anytime, it could go into
the dreaded blue screen. Could someone advise me as to what to do? It won't even give me
enough time of read the entire error message so I can't provide detail. All I know is something
about a memory dump at the end. I would like to know what is causing this and what I can
do to make my laptop more stable again. Any input will be greatly appreciated.
Edited by qball419, 23 April 2006 - 12:04 AM.