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"System has just recovered from a serious error" problem


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dev_d_bhatt

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Hey all, thanks for the help rendered for my previous qn..
now im suffering from another error (a new one which has been occuring on my own PC
as of late)

here are some specs of my PC
Pentium 4 3.0GHZ
1GB Ram
WinXP Home Edition SP2 (genuine)

the problem i have been getting is as follows:

whenever i am using my pc to do stuff (it can be anything, watching movies, listening to music, etc) it suddenly would

restart.
and when it restarts i'd get this msg "The system has just recovered from a serious error. A log of this error has been

created."

i copied the error details which are as follows:
BCCode : c2 BCP1 : 00000007 BCP2 : 00000CD4 BCP3 : 02060002
BCP4 : 84DB52E0 OSVer : 5_1_2600 SP : 2_0 Product : 768_1

i dont understand at all what that means. This problem started occuring a few months ago, but as of late (this last week)
it has happened many times, and sometimes my pc freezes and restarts twice in a day!

All the time i get the "This system has just recovered from a serious error." message.

Could something ominous be imminent for my system?
Should i get it checked professionally?

Hope u guys can help me out once again, i would really appreciate that!!

Regards,
dev
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Did it start happening after you installed a new video card, or sound card or anything?
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the ominous error you get is of no use--thos are tracking numbers not technical infomation

Right click MY COMPUTER, choose PROPERTIES, choose ADVANCED, choose START UP AND RECOVERY SETTINGS button and uncheck AUTOMATICALLY RESTART

Next time you get this error, you should get a blue screen with some STOP info with it, perhaps even mentionedin a .SYS file where the error is recurring

report that info back
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hey guys thanks for the fast replies
no i didnt really install anything new (hardware) to my pc, the problem occured some months back and
progressively has become worse!
i have taken the advice of disabling the auto restart function, and the next time this happens, ill take a log and post it back
thank u so much in advance :whistling:

Regards,
dev
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Hey guys,
the problems with my PC have gotten worse over the past few weeks.

Software keeps on hanging, and i get crashes more than ever.
I managed to note down the error message i got during one of the "blue screen"
crashes and it goes like this :

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PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA

Technical information:

STOP: 0x00000050 (0xBAD0B148, 0x00000000, 0x8056977B, 0x00000002)
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any clues as to what the prob could be?
should i send it in for repair?

Thanks so much once again,
With warmest regards,
Dev
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This website discribes your problem: http://www.aumha.org/win5/kbestop.php .

Scroll down the list to ''PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA''. It will have some possible fixes for your problem.

Hope it helps.
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hi all, i ran memtest86 on my pc for about 8 hours, with no errors found in the ram.
moreover, i checked for the rootkit as stated on the site http://support.micro....com/?id=894278 and it came up negative.
so we can rule that out as possibilities.

What else could be the problem? i browsed the site emery so kindly gave me and it suggests that there may be a device driver conflict?

btw is there any softwares like memtest out there which can diagnose if my motherboard, processor etc is failing?

regards,
dev
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You could look in device manager for red X's, yellow ! and ?s. Device manager: Start>control panel>system>hardware>device manager.

If you see any x - ! or ?'s select the device and hit ''DELETE''. Reboot.

Hope that fixes it.
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