Ok, so...sometimes I leave my PC on overnight/for long periods of time, due to the fact that my home phone is connected to it. If someone needs to get thru to me, the PC has to be on...
Anyway, sometimes, when I want to get back on the PC, I'll turn the monitor on, and I have a BSOD. As per advice, I downloaded BlueScreenView, and I got 4 crashes in the past month or so. If you want, I can paste the details here. Let me know about that.
The most recent crash was this morning, with this as the stop message...STOP: 0x000000F4 (0x00000003, 0x86CBBD38, 0x06CBBEAC, 0x805FB146)
Now, I've checked to make sure my HD is the first to boot on startup, ran multiple virus scans (full, quick, etc), and nothing pops up. I've done everything suggested, but nothing seems to work. My hubby is an IT guy, and even he can't figure this out.
Oh, before I forget, here's my SYSTEM info...
HP dc5000 SFF (DX854AV)
Intel Pentium 4 CPU 2.80 GHz
2800/533 MHz....there's more info, but that's the basics.
If anyone can help me, please do! The best solution I can come up with is just to turn my PC off when I'm not actually ON it, but then no one can call my "landline" phone, sooo...yeah.
Edit: I forgot...I'm using Windows XP SP3, if that helps. LOL
Edited by scarlet1, 28 July 2010 - 07:57 AM.