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Posted 20 February 2011 - 02:44 PM
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Posted 20 February 2011 - 02:54 PM
Okay. Well you are getting a lot of different errors and that makes it hard to diagnose. Assuming you did nothing new (new hw or sw), it could be any of the following (or something else):
1) Bad or conflicting device driver. Go to the websites of your device manufacturers and download and install the latest driver
2) Check for a bios update
3) Unlikely it's a hd error, but no harm in checking. Boot to the recovery console and run chkdsk /r
4) Check the ram: download memtest (http://www.memtest.org/). Burn it to a cd, make sure the cd drive is at the top of the boot order in bios, then boot to the newly created cd and run the utility.
5) If no joy, you can run full scans with both your av and with MalwareBytes
6) After that, it could be pretty much any piece of hw from your cpu to the mobo, power supply, or graphics card
Posted 20 February 2011 - 04:00 PM
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