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Topic # 7236 30-Mar-2006 18:35
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ok like the title says my laptop keeps giving me errors and its not like any other error at all, after I click ok on the error the whole computer crashes and doesn't do anything and its very frustrating me, PLEASE HELP ME




      

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Reply # 31799 30-Mar-2006 20:05
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the error message would help




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Reply # 31800 30-Mar-2006 20:08
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I will get it in a few hours so I will write it down, it usually happens every like 5 hours




      

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 31801 30-Mar-2006 20:09
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you could also have a look in the system event logs for the last time it happened and see if it logged an error




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Reply # 31803 30-Mar-2006 20:16
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and how would I get to the System event log please




      

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Reply # 31804 30-Mar-2006 20:18
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right click my computer and select manage.  Expand event viewer in the left hand pane and have a look through the application and system logs.




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Reply # 31805 30-Mar-2006 20:33
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ok here's the last one I got:

Application Error

Faulting application iexplore.exe, version 6.0.2900.2180, faulting module kernel32.dll, version 5.1.2600.2180, fault address 0x00009e9c.

For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.

I've gone there and theres no information that helped me





      

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Reply # 31812 30-Mar-2006 20:46
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switch to firefox Wink



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Reply # 31813 30-Mar-2006 20:49
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I've switched to both Netscape and Firefox and that error still comes up




      

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Reply # 31814 30-Mar-2006 20:58
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The problem is not on Internet Explorer, is on kernel32.dll, a system file.

It could be bad memory, not much disk space for a swapfile, or a virus, an antivirus program or antispyware software. There are some references to this on the Internet (Google is your friend).

It could also be a faulty power source, or overheating CPU (seeing that it happens after a few hours of usage).







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Reply # 31816 30-Mar-2006 21:02
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it could be my memory because since I put a couple of games on my computer it started doing it after a few months but I didn't realise that it could be that problem.




      



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Reply # 31893 31-Mar-2006 09:19
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heres some more errors:

Run time error 203 to 00D2450 




      

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Reply # 31894 31-Mar-2006 09:21
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I really think this is something to be taken to a service place to check the hard drive.







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Reply # 31905 31-Mar-2006 12:14
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oh ok, I will take it into comp-u-print (they are who fixed my laptop) and see what they say




      

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Reply # 33410 19-Apr-2006 18:42
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Hi! patrickstarr

I got an idea !!!!

Plz backup your data into new drive....

Better you format your windows...

This is the best idea for your solution.....

Softwebs Nepal



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Reply # 33412 19-Apr-2006 18:45
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heya I have just found a solution :) I googled run time errors and then they gave me some instructions on what I could do. Thanks for all y'all help anyway :)




      

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