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BaubaS

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Hello all. Im having a big problem with Windows XP.. My PC suddenly restarts when memory usage is higher than normal (for example: playing game, which uses some memory). Also, about five days ago I had BSoD (Blue Screen of Death). And also, sometimes after those suddenly restarts windows says that system has recovered from serious error:



Thank you very much.
 
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What's the make and model of your computer? (Is it a laptop or desktop)

I would first assume that the power supply is causing your problem, but that depends on
if you have a desktop or not...

Also, the memory could be faulty...

Post back with more info to better troubleshoot the issue. :)
 

BaubaS

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I have Personal Computer (Destkop)

Well, as I said sometimes I get windows don't send:

 

blues_harp28

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Check and post
TSG System Information Utility - found here.
http://library.techguy.org/wiki/TSG_Valuable_links

Blue Screens.
Post the Minidump files.
Look in c:\windows\minidump
ZIP them and attach them to your next post.

Right-click the minidump file, select Send To.
Then select Compressed (zipped) Folder.

Windows will compress the file and then save the new zipped file in the same location.
 

BaubaS

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Okay, first - thank you. So, these files (dwwin.exe, win32k.sys, ntoskrnl.exe x 3 may be infected by virus?). I uninstalled PcSafeDoctor after I have installed it and used to scan PC.. But the problem is that while scanning, memory using is higher than normal, so at the end of scan computer just restarts. Next, after 2-3 weeks I've got BsoD again.. The problem, is that I cant take the picture, but I have the information:

On the top: IRPL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

and, at the end (techinical information): 0x000000a (0x00000000, 0x000000FF, 0x00000001, 0x80540e85)
 

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A few crashes are caused by Avast and others by Realtek High Definition Audio and quite a few refer to memory corruption.

You could try looking for a new driver for Realtek.

You could also try uninstalling Avast for a while. Run the Avast Uninstall Utility.
 

BaubaS

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0,99gb.



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Im using lithuanian windows version, so if you dont understand:

Sistema - system
versija - version
kam registruota - registered for
kompiuteris - computer
fizinio adreso plėtinys - Physical Address Extension
 

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