Blue Screen Watch

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I hate it damn, the thing pops up whenever it likes, then i have to reboot my comp, any suggestions for how I can get it off, or remove it so it will never happen again?
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(Original post by SHANDY)
I hate it damn, the thing pops up whenever it likes, then i have to reboot my comp, any suggestions for how I can get it off, or remove it so it will never happen again?
reinstall windows
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I hate it damn, the thing pops up whenever it likes, then i have to reboot my comp, any suggestions for how I can get it off, or remove it so it will never happen again?
the blue screen of death...get xp
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(Original post by TheWolf)
the blue screen of death...get xp
I have got XP, I upgraded from ME.
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what's blue screen?
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(Original post by me!)
what's blue screen?
go to google and type in blue screen/blue screen of death
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what's blue screen?
I dont know but it pops up and freezes your computer at any moment, then only way is to reboot but it still does happen again, Im looking of ways to remove it.
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When you upgraded did you format your hard drive and make an NTFS partition?
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(Original post by TheWolf)
go to google and type in blue screen/blue screen of death
THE HORROR, THE HORROR!!
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When you upgraded did you format your hard drive and make an NTFS partition?
Yep NTFS thats what i did.
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(Original post by TheWolf)
go to google and type in blue screen/blue screen of death
that sounds great, glad I've never had windows
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It sounds to me like your computer is trying to reboot but is freezing.
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(Original post by SHANDY)
I hate it damn, the thing pops up whenever it likes, then i have to reboot my comp, any suggestions for how I can get it off, or remove it so it will never happen again?
what was the error message? (e.g. DRIVER IRQ LESS THAN OR EQUAL etc...)
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If its NTFS formated then it really shouldn't give you any trouble. Some time I find if you swap the RAM in the motherboard it can solve the problem but if it worked fine on ME I doubt it would be that.

Could it not be some kind of device driver causing a conflict?
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If its NTFS formated then it really shouldn't give you any trouble. Some time I find if you swap the RAM in the motherboard it can solve the problem but if it worked fine on ME I doubt it would be that.

Could it not be some kind of device driver causing a conflict?
Well it does come up in the eroor saying:
***WEBSTAR modem something something
And I know that that is my broadband modem, but I had this also on my ME and it didnt give no trouble to that.
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It sounds to me like your computer is trying to reboot but is freezing.
It used to reboot it self automatically, but then I stopped that from happening by taking the tick out of the box which wanted it to be restarted automatically, then after that the blue screen comes up so I have to do it manually by pressing the restart buttom.
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ive never had blue screen with my xp :confused:
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note down the error message and check it on the microsoft website under technical help, if it mentions a device specifically download the latest drivers for it
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Is your modem USB or PCI? It sounds like its your modem driver cuasing a conflicts. If its PCI then place your modem in a different PCI slot. Some motherboards can cause problems with PCI modems.

In my experience though USB mobems cuase more problems. This one reason I use a router as I don't messing about with drivers etc as its done via TCP/IP.
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Is your modem USB or PCI? It sounds like its your modem driver cuasing a conflicts. If its PCI then place your modem in a different PCI slot. Some motherboards can cause problems with PCI modems.

In my experience though USB mobems cuase more problems. This one reason I use a router as I don't messing about with drivers etc as its done via TCP/IP.
Yep its a USB port.
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