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Computer Slow/Restarting on its own


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TutMatt3

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I tried to turn off system restart on critical failure, but then i get the blue screen of death! >_<
Any help on how to fix these
Windows XP, and need me to post anything about it?
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The point of turning off automatic system restart when you have a recurring problem is to force the PC to halt at the 'BSOD' so you can read what it says there. Please post the error message (usually it's in block capitals at the top of the blue screen) and any error codes from the BSOD so we can help you further.
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STOP 0x0000008e (0XC0000005, 0XBFAD5FF9 0XF17E6668 0X00000000)
nv4_disp.dll - Address BFAD5FF9 base at BF905000 Date (cant read my handwriting, looks like stop) 46e77f9c

Beginning dump of physical memory
Dump complete

Hope that was it



Edit: I think im going to reinstall the video card driver >_<, since it started happening since then (the restart part, its been slow for a while now)
Does any1 know how to set your system factory default settings for a nvidia driver too? It looks like i screwed around with it, and i can see some pixels on pictures when its suposed to be a cloud or something, its hard to explain

Edited by TutMatt3, 20 January 2008 - 02:19 PM.

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OKOK so it was the monitor driver!! Kk fixed that, comp no longer restarts
Here is this form PCPitstop Full test Log
My uncached speed on C used to be 130% :)

Description Drive C Drive D Drive O
Partition format NTFS FAT32 FAT32
Cluster size 4 KB 4 KB 32 KB
Drive label LOCAL DISC RECOVERY MATT
Size 109474 MB 4986 MB 715227 MB
Free space 81486 MB (74%) 4813 MB (97%) 595833 MB (83%)
Junk files 110 MB (0%) 0 MB (0%) 0 MB (0%)
System Restore Space 1493 MB (1%) 159 MB (3%) 85827 MB (12%)
Data fragmentation 9% Not tested Not tested
File fragmentation 1% Not tested Not tested
Uncached speed 22 MB/s (72%) 16 MB/s (52%) 10 MB/s (33%)
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