I thought it was a driver configuration problem, and so I wiped the computer clean and reinstalled the operating system. I had no problems with the computer again until I installed all the necessary drivers. At first I thought the driver disk was installing the drivers incorrectly, and so I installed the drivers one by one. After process of elimination, it was the VGA driver that was causing the computer to crash/reboot.
The computer worked fine as long as I did not instal the driver. I then took the computer to the Geek squad, and explained to them the problem. They just said it was a driver problem. They installed all the necessary drivers and instead of crashing I started to received the Blue Screen. I told them I only had sucess when the VGA driver was not installed. Sure enough they confirmed my finding. They came to the conclusion that my video card needed replacing. The old video card was integrated into the main frame, and so I bought a PCI video card.
After they installed the new video card the computer would work fine, and then it blue screened. The old video card, would try to start up again. They disabled it. The computer work again. Then it would blue screen if I had anything pluged into the computer when turning it on, that did not first have the driver installed. That was corrected, and it was working fine for a couple of days, and then the Blue Screen.
Here is the error message:
Stop: 0x000000BE (0xC000001D, 0xFC1ACEED, 0xFC8D7C2C, 0x00000000)
cmuda.sys - Address FC1ACEED base at FC10E000, Data Stamp 43a105d7
This computer is generic, it runs on sysntax driver, and is a AMD. The computer is running OS Miscrosoft XP PRO. The computer is about 3 years old.
Please let me know if anyone has any ideas. This can save me money on buying a new Computer
Edited by Kat123, 17 February 2006 - 12:44 AM.