#1
C:\DOCUME~1\Brandon\LOCALS~1\Temp\WER9ac2.dir00\Mini110907-02.dmp
C:\DOCUME~1\Brandon\LOCALS~1\Temp\WER9ac2.dir00\sysdata.xml

Anyone knows what this means?
My computer has been super noisy of late (fan)
When it blue screens it says the graphics drive has failed.
Overheating maybe?
it isnt exactly cool here in Singapore.
32degrees celcius average?

Anyone could give me urgent help?!
It would be appreciated
#4
Nah.
No porn.
I just reformatted it for heaven's sake.
As for comp tech...
I actaully prefer a DIY =/
but i guess if worse comes to worse
Thanks anyways

Edit: PLus i think its a failure of smth due to overheating. ohwell
#5
throw it in the ground, pick it up again,plug in, and now see if it works
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#6
Update your graphics drivers, As a matter of fact, update all your drivers. Then, Check that nothing is rubbing against your fan on the inside of your computer.
#7
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C:\DOCUME~1\Brandon\LOCALS~1\Temp\WER9ac2.dir00\Mini110907-02.dmp
C:\DOCUME~1\Brandon\LOCALS~1\Temp\WER9ac2.dir00\sysdata.xml

Anyone knows what this means?
My computer has been super noisy of late (fan)
When it blue screens it says the graphics drive has failed.
Overheating maybe?
it isnt exactly cool here in Singapore.
32degrees celcius average?

Anyone could give me urgent help?!
It would be appreciated




I don't think there is such thing.
#8
xml's commonly corrupt because they're rich text files.

And "Temp" Is temporary Local settings. Run a disk check and windows will repair it on its own.

As for the fan, It must be bent or hitting against something.
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#9
fan is proberly just stuff and for the blue screens i'd say something on you windows or hard drive is not working right
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#11
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temp: means template i think


pretty sure the other guys have established that
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#12
Quote by sam b
too much porn...


I think the 'Temp' means Temporary Files.. not Temperature

I don't think he implied that it meant temperature.

And yes, it is possible that it is overheating. Those files you listed are just dumps, I believe. Do you have the error code? Should be a bunch of numbers. Contact your manufacturer and ask them what's wrong.
#13
I am pro) Looks like that your fan collapsed( Check if it is still working. If it stopped or rotates too slow, that you must replace it with new one. Besides that you can check if there is a smell of something burned. Check fans on processor, on power suply (this fan usualy can be seen prom sys block backside) and fan on videocard. If you need some more advices leave comments to my profile http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/Till+From+Kenig/ cause I don't read forums regulary.