N/APosted on - 12/14/2013
I have a Dell OptiPlex 3010 which I bought the other day, it was working well for a week then I got this BSOD, after starting smart check, it showed a bad HDD, I replaced that and two days down the line am getting the same BSOD, and the smart check indicates a bad HDD, what could be the problem with this PC? what could be damaging the HDDs? How do I solve this?
A new PC problem with hard drives
The first solution for your problem would be that you need to change/reinstall your OS on a device depending on your system.
It may have to install a 32 or 64 bit OS.
A second solution would be that you have to read your BSOD information and then search the problem with Windows Microsoft Assistance.
The main error is a second rectangle : "STOP: 0x00000050"