#1
I have a new Windows Vista computer, but every computer that I touch it does this thing to me. I'll be doing something, then all of a sudden, a big blue screen pops up and says that Windows must shut down to prevent some kind of error, and this is getting to be rather annoying. Does anyone know how to fix this?
#2
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I have a new Windows Vista computer, but every computer that I touch it does this thing to me. I'll be doing something, then all of a sudden, a big blue screen pops up and says that Windows must shut down to prevent some kind of error, and this is getting to be rather annoying. Does anyone know how to fix this?



Problem: Vista
Cure: XP
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Problem: Microsoft
Cure: Apple


Problem: Apple
Cure: Linux
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#8
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Problem: Vista
Cure: XP

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#9
Ya one of those lines on there will say what the problem really is....some like Bogus_Driver etc, usually about a third of the way down, just sitting there on its own
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#10
Quote by sowhat360
Problem: Microsoft
Cure: Apple


Don't bring your fanboyish idiocy into this thread plzkthx.

On topic, I've only blue screened once on my XP machine, and that was over a year ago. Perhaps you should try downloading any MS updates or service pack that you haven't yet; no PC should blue screen that often, unless it's user error.
#11
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Problem: Vista
Cure: XP


So you switch from really crappy to just plain crappy?

Microsoft sucks pediod. End of story. XP isn't any better. I second the linux motion.
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So you switch from really crappy to just plain crappy?

Microsoft sucks pediod. End of story. XP isn't any better. I second the linux motion.



At least crappy is better than really crappy.
#14
What does the 4 top lines of the bluescreen say?
If you can find that out I might be able to help you.
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#16
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What does the 4 top lines of the bluescreen say?
If you can find that out I might be able to help you.


Well, as soon as my computer does it again (haha), I'll try to let you know.
#18
Bluescreen's can be caused by a number of things, which is rarely the OS it self's fault, but is more commonly caused by hardware and software conflicts. One of the most typical BSoD I see is "IRQL NO LESS OR EQUAL", which normally means that the RAM chips either is placed wrong on the motherboard or can be damaged in some way, however a lot of other things can also cause them, and they are more commonly caused by the users than anything else. PEBKAC, Problem Exists Between Keyboard and chair . Not necessarily, but that is what I have experienced the most.
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#19
i get bluescreens too...
i dont know why
if i let my computer on and go to work and come back its off
sometimes i get it when im on my computer but not that often as if im away from it
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#20
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i get bluescreens too...
i dont know why
if i let my computer on and go to work and come back its off
sometimes i get it when im on my computer but not that often as if im away from it

Well, then find out what the top four lines of the bluescreen says and post it here.
As long as the info I recieve is correct I might be able to figure it out.
Also one of the symptoms of faulty RAM is BSOD's and the computer shutting down, but I can't be sure unless I know what it says. If one of the lines says 'IRQL NO LESS OR EQUAL', it is usually fairly simple, but most BSOD's have some kind of error code or similar instead of a CRUISE CONTROLLED sentence.
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#21
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Problem: Apple
Cure: Linux


Problem: Linux
Cure: IcyHot
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#24
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I have a new Windows Vista computer, but every computer that I touch it does this thing to me. I'll be doing something, then all of a sudden, a big blue screen pops up and says that Windows must shut down to prevent some kind of error, and this is getting to be rather annoying. Does anyone know how to fix this?



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#25
Happened to me too. I had to send my laptop back to HP, and they replaced something on my comp it hasn't crashed since.