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Frequent Reboot because "OS stopped working"

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Matt D.

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I tried quiet a few things to get rid of this problem.

What happens is about once a week, my computer (even when I'm not even doing anything with it) is getting the blue screen and reboots.
In manage Computer and "Reliability" it shows me that message "OS stopped working".
If I go to control panel "Problem reporrt and solutions" it tells me the following concening the shutdown:

Blue Screen
OS version 6.0.6000.
Locale ID 1033

Files that help describe the problem

Extra information about problem
BCCode 8086
BCP1 00000000
BCP2 00000000
BCP3 00000000
BCP4 00000000
OS Version 6_0_6000
Servioce Pack 0_0
Product 768_1
ServerInfo 7174786b-0557-4cb8-8135-bd2f9eba29a9

Well I tried shutting down any program I thought could be the cause of it, but it still happens.
Any Ideas?

Well some info about my system:

I run Windows Home Premium
have a Pentium Q6600 Quad Core
3 500GB HD's in RAID 5 and 1 500GB as Non Raid

if you need more info just ask.

Hope someone can figure out whats up.

Thanks in advance,

Edited by Matt D., 29 October 2007 - 08:26 AM.

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:) I am undergoing the same problem with the blue screen error and system shuts down
i ve tried many steps suggested by DELL
my system is From Dell,160 GB Hard Drive ,1GB RAM

I am totally fed up of this frequent reboot
please notify me if there is any solution to your problem
thanking you

my e-mail id is [email protected]

please do me a favour
i will be obliged to you
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Matt D.
How much RAM is there?

Navigate to: C:\Windows\Minidump folder.
If you see any .dmp files, zip all of them, and attach zipped file to your next reply.
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The BCCode 8086 is usually an error that's detected by your processor (CPU) and is reported to Windows by the processor.

If I'm reading your post correctly, I'd have to suggest updating your Windows Updates as the first thing to try.

If this doesn't fix it, then try an analysis of the memory dump file (Mini102707-01.dmp) using this link: http://usasma.vox.co...ed-02oct08.html
Post the results of the analysis back here and we'll see what we can find.
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