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edanba

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Hello,

 

i have a old pc with wierd problem.

this pc has ithink msi motherboard with amdX2 cpu and geforce 8500GT , 2gb ram,

 

the problem started with xp, anytime i turn on pc and open chrome or iexplorer pc was going to sleep and i could not turn it on only when i took power cable out and w8 few sec and then back in.

if i put lan cable out pc doesnt crash.

i thought it might be virus so i ran all antiviruses i could and ccleaner and it didnt fixed it so i format the hard drive and installed Window 7.

with windows 7 ihad same problem only i get now blue screen sometime tcpip.sys message sometime others and then it does restart.

So i knew it might be the Ethernet cable or the port in my pc so i took the pc and connected it where my current pc is working(even other internet and router) bought new ethernet card PCI, installed drivers and again i get icon that i got internet but when starting anything that actully use internet like any browser or even software setup that use downloading pc crash.

even tried changing ram with my current pc and had same problem, so i guess it might be motherboard but i want to be sure.

so attached minidump folder with all my windows 7 crashes, hope someone can help.

 

sorry for bad language

 

and thanks,

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Edited by edanba, 26 November 2014 - 01:41 PM.

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:welcome:    edanba,

 

Please attach the dump files using the method below;

 

 
1. Copy any dmp files from C:\Windows\Minidump onto the desktop.
2. Select all of them, right-click on one, and click on Send To> New Compressed (zipped) Folder.
3. Upload the zip folder using the Attach button, bottom left of the dialogue input box 
 

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done, did it


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done, did it

 

What exactly did you do! No dump files attached and you are not shown to be following your thread as I also requested  :headscratch:


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sorry i didnt see the follow this topic part.

 

and i did attached a rar with all dump files from the start i dont know why you dont see it.


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Couple of questions if I may;

Did you reinstall the drivers for the MB after you had installed Windows 7.

What AV protection are you using.

What happens if you start the computer in Safe mode with Networking.

 

BTW I looked for your dump files in reply #3 not your OP  ;) 


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Safe mode is ok. Internet is working well.
And no i didnt install mbdriver ithink its automatic. But ill try this
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Please answer all questions for us;

 

What AV protection are you using.

 

 

 

As things are ok in Safe Mode it narrows things down to either drivers or AV protection (this includes their drivers).

 

MB drivers do not install automatically, you need to install them from a disk that should have been provided with the MB or computer in the case of pre built computer, the chipset drivers should be the first that you install so as to avoid issues.


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Well i just did a format and install windows 7 so no antivirus yet.

And about the drivers things were alright for years and suddenly start doing that so i format so i guess driver was installed before.

Anyway ill try find out the mb model and install them tommorow and ill update once i have more answers
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Avast or Microsoft Security Essentials are both very good and available for free.

 

A very good explanation about installing MB drivers here I am not suggesting that you download Driver Pro btw and the link is for information purposes only.


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Installed all mb drivers from msi website then did a restart and plugged in lan cable pressed the iexplorer he tried loading site and shut it seld down

Sometime he can get to the site for like 30 seconds
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Now even in safe mode it crushed after few minutes and two websites


Tried both ethernet of mb and another pci card and i dont get any blue screen.

Its became like it was on xp before i formated and installed drivers again... While drivers not installed i got blue screens.

On xp i could do safe mode without shut down and couldnt on normal mode.


Im out of ideas

Edited by edanba, 01 December 2014 - 11:24 AM.

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Now even in safe mode it crushed after few minutes and two websites

 

 

What crashed, Windows or your internet connection.

 

Tried both ethernet of mb and another pci card and i dont get any blue screen.

 

 

Not sure what you mean, can you explain.

 

 
Its became like it was on xp before i formated and installed drivers again... While drivers not installed i got blue screens.

 

 
On xp i could do safe mode without shut down and couldnt on normal mode.

 

 

Missing or incorrect drivers will cause such issues.

 

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My windows crushed its just does like a shutdown and i can see black and the green light on power button just blinking slowly.

Ihave to plug out power and then wait few sec until blink stops and then i put power cable in and power up pc.


1. i had xp system and was ok.
2. The xp system shutdown every time i click and run any browser.
3.installed avast and ccleaner didnt help me.
4. tried safe mode and i from there i could install and use browsers.
*even triend new ethernet pci card with drivers from disc.
5. Tried format and install clean windows 7 ultimate.
6. Got all kinds of blue screens when tried browsers and sent you minidumps.
7. Installed all motherboard ethernet wiress audio and video drivers.
8. Pc crushed without blue screens like in2. And the description above 1.
9. Even crush on windows 7 safe mode unlike xp safe mode.


Drivers installed from msi website exactly formy mb
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  • Please download WVCheck by Artellos from one of the mirrors below;

    Artellos.com (exe)
    Artellos.com (zip)

  • After the download, run WVCheck.exe
  • As indicated by the prompt, This program can take a while depending on your hard drive space.
  • Once the program is done, copy the contents of the notepad file as a reply.

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