When I start my computer a (Dell XPS Pent D Service Tag # 3H1B2B1) and my desktop starts with the music and then the dreaded blue screen that says "problem caused by beep sys. page_fault_in_nonpaged_area. I'm able to run test on components and I get errors on the sound card like (Analog Sound playback -fails, rear surround sound- fails, record and playback - fails. My CD ROM also fails the B.I.S.T. test. error code 650F:2871. Not sure what's going on but anything you suggest would be greatly appreciated.
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Re: Virus or bad sound card
Check your ram .also i think your hard diskl had bed sectors
no woorry if u have winodws xp bootable disk
boot your ssytem wiht it
run the chkdsk /r command.
but first chek your ram fix correctly in slots
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It sounds as if you have a virus of some kind. I have just dealt with a similar problem. Even after the virus(s) were removed the service was still unable to start. The Operating System had been corrupted and required a re-install to get the system working again. System repair and restore failed. If the only problem is the fan running at full speed then you may need to apply a new layer of thermal paste. This stuff can go dry if you use the cheap stuff or it is old.
are you saying the fan is not working ? if that's the case, you need to replace the fan.
get the service tag # located on back of your desktop PC, go to this link below, place service tag in appropriate box . it will give you part numbers for the peripherals of this computer. locate the fan and purchase replacement.this is all you have to do. DO NOT TURN ON THE COMPUTER UNTIL THIS FAN IS REPLACED, or you will damage the mainboard and/or CPU.
To get details of your computer, go to Dell's Support Site, enter your Service Tag to get the correct information and other details. The service tag usually located on top, front or left/right side of your Tower/CPU.
The good news is that driver detective should be easy enough to get your money back, but you'll most likely have to wait days or weeks to see it again.
As for the sound, Did the computer ever play sounds? Dell has a relatively easy to navigate driver download system on their website. You'll need your Service Tag (S/T) number to get the most correct driver.
If you follow this link, then click on Enter My Service Tag, it will take you where you need to go get drivers for the Dell.
you will need to have Flash installed on your computer for the website to work. You can download that free if you do not have it at www.adobe.com
On your Dell computer is a service tag. Contact dell with that number and they will tell you what card is installed in that computer.
XPS usually contain either an ATI or an NVidia card. Thats about all I know. I had to replace one with a newer video a few months ago for a client of mine because Dell didn't support the machine and couldn't pinpoint the model number of card. I know on the website there are about 4 to 6 of them to choose from.