There is a warehouse that I have to support as well. At this warehouse is where I'm having issues with getting a BSOD at start up.
When I take the computer back to my office, I plug everything in, turn the PC on, and it boots up with no problems.
I take it back to the warehouse, plug everything up, turn it on, and right after the Windows XP splash screen. BAM BSOD.
I then unplugged everything which was just a label printer, monitor, network cable, kybrd, and mouse. I then turn it on, wait 1-2 minutes, then plug in the monitor, and magically it's at the logon screen. Soon after I plug in just the keyboard, I log in, and a few seconds later there it is.....BSOD.
This is a machine that I have reimaged, ran a virus scan, and everything is fine. I take it back to my office. Plug it in. No Problems. I take it to the warehouse, and BSOD.
Now the computer I'm using is a Dell PC running XP Pro w/ 1gb of RAM. Now this isn't the only computer I've had this happen to at this location.
So as you may see, I'm a little stumped. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated as my boss has a very tight budget, and I can't buy as freely as I need.
Edited by hamluis, 08 December 2010 - 09:58 AM.
Moved from XP to Internal Hardware ~ Hamluis.