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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Samy22, Oct 4, 2019.

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  1. Samy22

    Samy22 Thread Starter

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    Hello!
    I need help.. as my pc is showing up random blue screen of death errors....like system kernel failure, memory management ..etc . Also audio is not working as when I install drivers still it is showing that to audio device is installed ..
    Can you tell me is it motherboard problem....if yes then also tell if it can be fixed or I have to buy new one?
     
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    Well, start with the memory..... pull a stick then boot up see what happens .....then try the other
     
  3. Samy22

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    I have already tried this but many types of bsod occurs everytime..
     
  4. Samy22

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    See, this is one of them
     

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    To me it looks like it may be a case of file system corruption. Try the following: -

    Let's start the diagnostic process on the software side by ruling out file system corruption.

    To do this open a command prompt as admin.

    Type CHKDSK C: /r /f /x

    ( That's CHKDSK space C: space /r space /f space /x )

    - And let the machine do its thing. It might take quite a long time; depending upon how much data you have on drive C:

    (You might have to reboot to allow the process to continue.)

    The machine will boot back into Windows when it has finished.
     
  7. crjdriver

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    If you want to find out if you have a hardware problem OR a windows/driver problem, boot the system with a linux live usb. If your sound works fine under linux, no freezes or reboots, then you know the hardware is ok. If it still has problems under linux, you know you have a hardware problem.
    Use either linux mint or ubuntu for this task.

    Once you know where to look, the problem becomes easier to fix.
     
    Last edited: Oct 6, 2019
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