Fujitsu-seimens Amilo M1405b... 0.98 GIG RAM, Pentuim M 735 1.7, 40 GIG hard drive. (2004 model, running windows xp home edition 2002)
I've had lots of problems when i try to open files in 'my pictures'
some files (jpegs) open, but I have had error messages.
I've had doctor watson errors aswell when i try to open files in my pictures.
explorer.exe application error
the instruction at 0x7c80a728 referenced memory at 0x005c0073 the memory could not be 'read'
When I'm using photoshop, it crashes when i try to save/or open some files.
This has become a nightmare, so i have uninstalled everything. deleted all my files (i have backup)
So I defraged the disk (using the windows defrag prog)
here is the report
Volume size = 37.25 GB
cluster size = 4 KB
used space = 4.30 GB
free space = 32.95 GB
Percent free space =88 %
Total Fragmentation = 0%
file fragmentation = 0%
freespace fragmentation = 0%
total files =19,162
average file size =265 KB
total fragmented files =1
total excess fragments =15
average fragments per file =1.00
pagefile size =1.48 GB
total fragments = 1
total folders =1,343
fragmented folders =1
excess folder fragments =0
master file table (mtf) fragmentation
total mft size =36 MB
MFT record count = 20,528
percent MFT in use =55%
total mft fragments = 2
I'm sorry but this means nothing to me, Will i have to partion the drive to get around the problem? Thanks.
P.S Will a total reformat and partion help the problem, or is it new drive time. This is my first P.C (have used macs in the past and amegas 1200, 4000) so to be honest i'm at a loss what to do. I have installed two 512 Ram chips do you think they could be at fault?
when i go to system info it says Pentium M 1.7 GHz, 599 or various other numbers going up to 1.7 GHz then the amount of RAM ie 0.98 Gig
Is this because of the processor is on idle? But when i go to system info again the number sometimes jumps up to 1.7 GHz? This is puzzling me, is it because i have a Pentuim M inside?
Thanks for you time, I'll be waiting for some help....aaaahhh I miss my old 4000!
Edited by Tommi, 01 July 2005 - 03:03 PM.