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JonathanMem

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hi, will deeply appreciate if anyone could guide me on this ><"

now my laptop will suddenly blue screen or screen freeze...
not responding at all...

if..IF i am lucky, sometimes it will black out and recover, saying my display driver had stopped working, but had recovered...
but most of the time, i had to pull the plug =="


laptop : dell m1210
OS : vista ultimate 32 sp2
display : nvidia geforce go 7400

*had attached the file



thanks a lot ^^

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Hi Jonathan and welcome.

Have you made any recent hardware changes?

Notebooks are notorious for heat related problems because "normal" users are not able to thoroughly clean the interior of heat trapping dust. But you can still remove all covers, the battery, drives and expose all cavities, then blast clean with a can of compressed dusting gas.
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ya, my laptop heat up VERY fast...

so instead of cooling fan, i had use a table fans...LOL
putting beside to cool down my laptop...
and also put in air-con room...

so now the heating is under control.... :)

thanks ^^

*recent hardware changes?
um....nope...

i only swap my RAM as i have two 1GB RAM,
i swap them and see problem still persist..
its the same =="

Edited by JonathanMem, 30 October 2011 - 03:25 AM.

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If the vents are clogged with dust, a desk fan is not going to help much. You need make sure all the vents, cracks and cavities are clean and monitor your temps.

Any errors in device manager? Does it work fine in Safe Mode?
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i had open it and blow out some dust...

the temp is ok...

it work fine in safe mode...

now it mostly blue screen and stated "memory parity error"

or

screen freeze when viewing youtube =="

*i had run "windows memory diagnostic toll", no error shows...

btw, i am replying this msg in safe mode T_T
now my laptop couldn't log in after entering [email protected]@"
it just stuck at "welcome"....
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I would try one stick of RAM at a time. If only one, test RAM using one of the following programs. Both require you to create and boot to a bootable floppy disk or CD to run the diagnostics. Allow the diagnostics to run for several passes or even overnight. You should have no reported errors.

Windows Memory Diagnostic - see the easy to follow instructions under Quick Start Information,
or
MemTest86+ (for more advanced users) - an excellent how-to guide is available here,
or
Windows 7 users can use the built in Windows Memory Diagnostics Tool.


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