My Pc gets restart automatically

April 15, 2011 at 18:43:56
Specs: Windows XP, P4
Hello,
My Pc gets restart automatically, since i bought it(4 year back). I am fed up now with this. I have follow the instructions that you gave to other user..i have follow Right click in My computer>Properties> Advance>Startup & Recovery >Settings>System Failure and uncheck this box.
There is mention "%SystemRoot%\Minidump" in to the small dump directory what to do now??

Also i have fallowed My computer>Manage>System Tools>Event viewer >Systems here is two ERROR showing with Red Crossed..

Type : Error
Source : Service control manager
Cate. : None
Event : 7000 &7035

what to do now???


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#1
April 15, 2011 at 18:46:58
When I followed the first instruction and restart the my PC manually that time PC show me a blue screen and some error "win32" something

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#2
April 16, 2011 at 12:20:13
If it takes a little while before it reboots it might be overheating. If so, check all fans and vents for dust build up.

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#3
April 17, 2011 at 09:15:15
I have checked fan it's working fine, it might be heatsink, fan or smps problem. how can i check it??? or do you think another one??

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#4
April 17, 2011 at 09:39:34
Make sure the heat sink is clean too, otherwise it might need the CPU reseating with thermal paste. Unfortunately I can't absolutely "guarantee" it's an overheating problem although the symptoms often mean that, especially if it takes 20 mins or so for it to happen.

Most modern motherboards have heat sensors, so you could check in BIOS if you know how to get there. There are also programs such as "SIW for Windows" that check in BIOS for you. I assume their free version still does this but I'm using an early one before they introduced the "pay-for" version. Somone else might advise on the current SIW (or other similar programs).

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#5
April 19, 2011 at 18:14:54
Hi Derek,
when i follow the Right click in My computer>Properties> Advance>Startup & Recovery >Settings>System Failure and uncheck this box this step.now my PC is taking time to start.whenever i manually start of restart it takes few seconds to start and when the PC get restart automatically it shows a blue error screen.The Error it shows is... Win32k.Sys---- Address BF801633 based at BF800000 , Datestamp 41107F7A
and Check to yr H\w vendor for any BIOS update, Disable BIOS memory option such as caching or shadowing. how can i disable or enable it?

does it work??? or what could be the problem's solution?


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#6
April 19, 2011 at 18:59:49
To get into BIOS you have to tap a key when starting - well before Windows starts. Which key depends on your motherboard but if you watch the screen carefully it mentions it as "Setup". However, if the computer was originally working properly I find it hard to believe that any setting has now got to be suddenly changed, and BIOS updates are almost never necessary. You should be able to see your temperatures in BIOS - it's a matter of looking through the menus. If you accidentally change something then just exit without saving (usually the Esc key).

Did you run SIW to check temperatures? I think overheating should be eliminated from the equation, either with SIW or in BIOS, before you go any further.

Blue screens are usually (but not always) hardware problems. When a hardware issue occurs the error messages you get are often quite misleading. If it is not overheating then its more likely to be some loose connection inside, or oxide on RAM or Video Card edge connectors.

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#7
April 21, 2011 at 05:08:29
I have installed SIW s\w nd checked the Temperature...i have checked through BIOS also. I have set it under 75* C . but this time when PC got restart i saw the problem ..it is show another ERROR . this time it is show BAD_POOL_HEADER .... now what to do for this?

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#8
April 21, 2011 at 06:17:47
Not sure what you mean by "I have set it under 75* C". It's not normally a "setting", although it can be affected by under or overclocking. The temperatures are what they happen to be.

Could you list all temperatures reported by SIW please (CPU, motherboard etc)?

At the moment I'm inclined to think that the various symtoms (such as BAD_POOL_HEADER) are symptoms of the same underlying cause. Most likely overheating but if not probably some other hardware issue.

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#9
May 23, 2011 at 09:47:11
Hi, i got the problem.... actually wenever i m working on my PC some times goes to blank nd then show a blue screen nd show some of errors....that "binning of physical memory dump complete".
how can i remove this memory dump error...may be there is bad sector's has been created Coz of time....plz tell me how can i remove this thing......i have some idea..
c:-> right click -> properties -> then i forget...so please guide me...

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#10
May 23, 2011 at 13:50:48
Doesn't sound like bad sector symtoms to me (physical memory means RAM).

However, you can check the hard disk by typing chkdsk /f /r in the Run box (with spaces as shown) then hit Enter key. It will tell you it will check on next boot. It can take an hour or so to run through so choose a convenient time.

If you have proved it is not overheating (not too sure you have) then another possibility for blue screens is RAM edge connectors. Take out the RAM sticks and clean their edge connectors with a pencil eraser. Pop them in and out a few times to clear the oxide off the sockets themselves too. Could do the same with any card with edge connectors, including any add-on Video card. Check all the internal leads are firmly placed home while you are in there.

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#11
September 29, 2011 at 22:54:20
hi derek,
this is neel.contender007@yahoo.com suffering from the same problem as of kaustubh21. read ur suggestions and will let you know about the outcome


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September 30, 2011 at 06:51:12
neel_con007

Please edit out your email address otherwise the spammers search engines will find it and you'll get junk email forever. There is an Edit button at the top right of your post (looks like a notepad).

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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