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Excessive Errors


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rabidturtle2501

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After noticing that my computer was running rather slowly, and freezing up occasionally. Since then, I've been getting the "Not Responding" message from different programs quite often, and usually end up having to reboot when it happens. I've reinstalled Vista several times since then, and I continue to have the same problem. At one point, the computer would not even boot, giving me the blue screen of death every time I tried to start it, which was the last time I reinstalled the OS. I'm keeping Windows and all my drivers updated, and I scan for malware regularly. What could be causing this? Could it be a hardware problem?
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    Kraków my love :)

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Download, and install WhoCrashed: http://www.resplende...rashedSetup.exe
Open it, click Analyze button.
WhoCrashed will create report.
Copy, and paste it into your next reply.
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Wow, that was quick. Thanks for helping :)

Analysis
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Crash dump directory: C:\Windows\Minidump

Crash dumps are enabled on your computer.


No crash dumps have been found on your computer


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Conclusion
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Crash dumps are enabled and no crash dumps have been found on your computer. In case your computer does experience sudden reboots it is likely these are caused by malfunctioning hardware or power failure. Then it's suggested you contact the support department of the manufacturer of your system or test your system with a memory test utility for further investigation.
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Next time, the BSOD happens, write down the full message.

Also...
Download, and install SpeedFan: http://www.almico.com/sfdownload.php
Post your computer temperatures:

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Provide processor info (hold Windows key, and hit Pause/Break key to find out).
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GPU: 45C

Temp1: 33C

Temp2: -128C

Temp3: 15C

Temp1: 19C

Core: 27C

Processor is an AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5600+ 2.80 GHz
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Nothing interesting here.
Watch for those BSODs.
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will do. Thanks.
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:)
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