Stop error code
Posted 24 January 2010 - 07:02 PM
Posted 24 January 2010 - 10:37 PM
Posted 25 January 2010 - 12:55 AM
If that doesn't help then we'll have to try to isolate the problem by trial and error. Please do the following:
1: Download Everest from my links, install and run it. Click Start > Sensor and report temperatures and voltages that show in the data page.
2: Download Memtest from my links. Unzip the folder and burn the ISO file to a CD. Boot with the CD and let the test run for at least one full pass. There should not be any errors (red lines)
3: We need to identify the hard disk. Please open Everest and clisk Storage > Physical drives. The name of the disk will show at the top and we can deduce the manufacturer's name. Now go to here and download the manufacturer's diagnostic tool. If your computer is stable enough download the windows version tool, install it and run a complete test. Alternatively you can download the bootable version, create a bootable CD and then run a complete test.
Posted 25 January 2010 - 02:51 PM
Before that, I ran Everest and ID'd the drive. It is a Fujitsu . I downloaded and ran their diagnostic. Although My Computer sees the hard drive as does device manager, Fujitsu reports "No HDD has been identified in your system" and then gives a list of problems.?? I ran Everest for temps CPU was 57 C and HDD was 44 C. I still have to run memtest if the system can be shut down and properly restarted.
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