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Solved: computer acting weird, crash, frozen, bsod, black screen....

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by dthong, Oct 7, 2012.

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  1. dthong

    dthong Thread Starter

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    My computer either crashes or got frozen repeatedly on the regular mode (not safemode) . Each time it crashes differently . Sometimes it crashed with blue screen each time with a different code, Sometimes black screen, sometimes frozen, mouse cannot move . Sometimes crash or frozen right after starting with just a move out the mouse, but sometimes good for a few days with no problem . Safe mode usually ok, but sometimes it crash too . I tried to run window diagnostic tool and memtest, both are ok . There were one time though after it crash and restart, it ask to run window diagnostic test and it says hardware problem . Anybody knows what's wrong with my computer ?
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    Win boot manager

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  2. dai

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  3. dthong

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    thanks . I just tried that and it says the hard drive failed the longtest . What I don't understand is seagates says the longtest can repair bad sectors but look like it didn't . It did not ask me if I want to do anything after the test completed. It also told me to save the code in case i need exchange which I don't need to because the harddrive is very old, but I don't see any code at all. Am i doing something wrong ?
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  4. city-tech

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    Hi ;
    can you go to safe mode to check your startup item ( inthe serach box type MSCONFIG).Any unknown file please UNCHECK. Also check Services TAB.Check HIDE ALL MICROSOFT SERVICES and look if any unknown services running and uncheck. Check DISK MANAGEMENT what is your file system NTFS or RAW. If it's RAW your HDD is bad.

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  5. dai

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    if it failed the diagnostic then it needs replacing
     
  6. city-tech

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    I agree with DAI.
     
  7. dthong

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    mine is ntfs . What about the self repairing by seatools dos ? Is it possible ?
     
  8. dai

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    very rarely

    bad sectors multiply like rabbits hard drives are not expensive like they used to be
     
  9. dthong

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    ok, I'll get a new one but one thing I don't understand is why the bsod says "memory dump" . Wouldn' that have something to do with RAM ?
     
  10. dai

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    if it was a ram problem you would expect memtest to show errors when you ran it
     
  11. dthong

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    thanks dai for the help fixing this problem . I replaced the hard drive and no more crash .
     
  12. dai

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    glad you have it sorted
     
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