A serious problem is eating me up. I did some memory stick upgrade on my PC just today. After that when I boot the computer, it starts for some few seconds then crashes into a BLUE SCREEN. This happens repeatedly after ever boot attempt and is scaring me off. Below are a couple of files that can help in describing the problem.
C:\Users\buddy\appdata\local\temp\wer -53991-0. sysdata.xml
I have tried everything so far and nothing helps.
My Elite MoBO has a complex multichannel audio output capability which is beyond my comprehension (or interest). I bought a PCI sound card to replace it and this works fine for my purposes--streaming radio, system sounds and the like.
However, it is a rickety thing--very often minor activity causes loss of access and a check in Sounds and Audio will show no audio device detected. I then uninstall the driver for the PCI card, shut down and reboot and the sound is back until the next problem (which has been as simple as changing the volume control on my speakers.)
I just had this problem with my HP Digital Camera CB350, I used to use this before without the software and read/transfer files using the USB chord through to PC. But now its so weird because Kapersky detects it and scan but when I navigate the drive in the "Computer" I don't see any removable drive.
I already tried Memory Reader but it does nothing! I looked in the Device Manager for the Drive F: and it works properly. I tried using the "Camera Mode", there I see the disk but when I copy some files, it says "USB Error" in the Digi Cam Screen. I have not tried yet touching Universal Serial Bus Controller, though I see some site that advices to uninstall it and restart then re-install?
While working on my laptop the screen suddenly turned blue with the error "Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer." I just took this for granted then turned on my laptop again then continue to worked as if nothing happened. But when i experienced the problem again this time i was not able to save lots of my works. How can i prevent this to happen again?
I am using windows 7 on a 32-bit operating system.
I had tried to resolve my problem on my own but same thing happens though i already did the following:
My computer is directly to my modem as write this question. As you can see, I can go online. The problem is I can't go online if I connect my router to the modem, even if I wire my computer directly to the router.
My modem came from Comcast. My router is a WRT54G v6.
I have a 17" monitor that's 5 years old and have been facing different issues. Some times there is no display and some times there is a lot of lines which effects me from working.
It display looks like shuttling up and down which happens when there is low power.