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My cuputer is reseting its self all the time please HELP!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by maisieblossom, Nov 7, 2007.

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  1. maisieblossom

    maisieblossom Thread Starter

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    Hi Everyone

    Every time i put my computer on! it loads up to user i get to select my program then it resets itself !!!!!!! I am SOOOOOOOO Unhappy :(

    i have come across this message!

    x stop: 0x0000000A ( ox00000000,0x80510d72)

    Beginning dump of physical memory.
    Physical dump complete
    Contact system administrator or technical support


    Can anyone help me i'am deperate!
     
  2. Hughv

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    What's the OS?
    What kind of computer and how old? What program(s) are you trying to start? Any error messages?
    If XP:
    Right-click My Computer/Properties/Advanced/Startup and Recovery/Settings
    Remove the check mark from System Failure/Automatically Restart
    If you can get to Control Panel/AdminTools look in Event Viewer/System and application for red entries that may give you a clue.
    Run chkdsk /f as soon as possible.
     
  3. maisieblossom

    maisieblossom Thread Starter

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    Thank you for that i will try when i get home if it stays on for that long!

    whenever i log in and open my windows it will crash ie automatically restart it 2 years old in december .
     
  4. Rich-M

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    You have some faulty or compatible hardware:
    http://www.updatexp.com/stop-messages.html
    I wouold unplug every drive but main hard drive and take out all pci cards and/or video (if you have onboard video available)and all but 1 ram stick and try to see if you can run. If yes, then start adding back until you find the culprit.
     
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