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restart automatically!

By wingleaf ·
why is that my computer starts automatically? and after restart a pop error says the system recovered from serious error.

BCcode 10000050 BCP1: d875ffc BCP2: 00000000 BCP3: F9C17643 BCP4: 00000000 OSVer:5_1_2600 SP: 2_0 Product:256_1

i already scan with mcafeeAV,MSantispyware,spybot,adaware registry mechanic still the computer restart randomly, i already format the whole HD but still the problem occur i suspect that one of my Hardware is the one causing that problem and beacause there are red,green etc. pixel or dots in my monitor and when i played games it also restart sometimes the display graphics of the games i see blue square red the car are in the top its just not a normal dispaly so i tested the graphics card into another computer but got no problem and borrow a graphicscard still the computer start randomly and still got dots. i alredy updated my video card driver my soundcard,chipset, etc..

please help im really confused? what should i do?

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by BFilmFan In reply to restart automatically!

That is almost always a driver issue. I would again download the latest drivers and apply them one at time, including the BIOS update.

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by caestelle In reply to restart automatically!

I would agree that it is probably hardware. The easiest way to narrow it down is to strip your PC down to the bare minimum(mobo,proc,ram) and see if the problem still occurs. If it doesn't then start adding things back, one at a time until the problem returns...then you will know the culprit. If the probelm still occurs with only the mobo, proc and ram, I would try swapping out the RAM first, then proc and then mobo. I hope this helps!!!

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by Compvar58 In reply to restart automatically!

You may want to first reseat any memory in the slots or try a different memory stick. There are many causes to system reboots(drivers, hardware failures ... etc.) so try a logistical approach first and eliminate hardware as the suspect and work down to the system driver level last.

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by glyall In reply to restart automatically!

check the capacitors next to the cpu
if the capacitors are flat on top they are good, if raised (one or more) they are bad and you will have to replace the motherboard

I have ran diagnocstics programs and the system check good. You have to look at the capacitors to see if they are good

good luck

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bccode 100000d1 "windows restart"

by conravi In reply to


i have de same problem witha laptop d620 i install, driver from mouse and video, but the problems not was fixed,maybe somebody knows what is this error?

i didn't found about it.....


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