Problem started around a couple weeks ago when I got a BSOD and the computer rebooted itself, but after that, everything seemed to go fine until two days ago. It just started going on this BSOD+reboot fit(would reboot to the Windows screen and before the icons could load on the desktop, would get a BSOD near immediately and reboot itself over again, for about three times), then it ran chkdsk by itself and seemed to stabilize. Yesterday, it worked fine, with the exception of Firefox oddly crashing like hell(it never crashed this much, so I'm wondering if it's related). Today, however, it started fine then wen't all crazy again. It's been a hassle just trying to get it stable enough for me to post, but I managed to, yet don't know how long it will hold up. I went through the process, have the two zip files. Here's my specs:
- OS: Vista
- 64-bit OS
- It's the original OS on my PC.
- OS came pre-installed.
- Age of system is 8 years old.
- Age of OS is 8 years old.
I'm not sure about all the other specs regarding motherboard and such. I'm not that keen on computer hardware and the such. The most I can list is this:
Model: Inspiron 518
Processor: Pentium® Dual-Core CPU E5200 @ 2.50GHz 2.50 GHz
Memory(RAM): 4.00 GB
If anybody could help me, I'd appreciate it. Thank you!
EDIT: If it will help, i've included a SysnativeFileCollectionApp.zip from today after the most recent BSOD just an hour ago.
Edited by FrankyB, 11 July 2015 - 01:59 PM.