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Dr Watson postmortem debugger

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Sazn Rai

Sazn Rai

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This happened just a few hrs ago.. My laptop is kinda old and the sound system (only for the headphones) is kinda messed up too. Sometimes, it works but most of the time, I have to put in standby, unplug the headphones, wait for a while (5min or more) and then turn it back on, log in and then plug the headphones in again. Only after I do that, the headphones will start to work/sound. And Im sure that its not the headphones fault.

But this time when I did it, the 1st time I logged on, the windows screen hadn't even loaded when an error report saying windows explorer has encountered a problem appeared. I clicked on "Dont send" but nothing happened. It just froze. So I had to force power off by holding the power button. And when I started my computer, it worked. Like nothing had even happened, but still the headphones werent working so I tried my remedy again.. and this time too a error report appeared but it said something like this "dr watson postmortem debugger"
I was so worried that I had a virus. Im still not sure what it is or what it does/effects. I googled for it and finally came to Geeks To Go.

Edited by Sazn Rai, 22 September 2011 - 12:21 PM.

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