My PC crashed - gives message:
STOP: 0x0000008E (0XC0000005, 0X804D90AA, 0XF05843BC, 0X000000) The unit was running very hot when it occured. The machine has a lot of valuable information being used for developing e-learning system for rural medical centers on India that is needed ASAP.
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Re: Tshiba Portage Crash
That sounds like a power problem to the mainbaord. I hope you backed up recently. See if you have any clogged fans with dust or bloated capacitors. You may need a new Power supply and mainboard. I would put the hard drive as a secondary in a new machine.
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It looks like the Google Play Services (if you have a device that require Google Play Services) needs a reboot or you need to clean cache. If you are using google apps in a device that have no Google Play Services, then the apps will crash.
Also, clean the cache, go to settings, storage, and tap at cache data,this will clean the apps cache just in case there is a corrupt log.
This should apply to other brands and models... the original problem: bad hard disk, need to restore from win 7 image disks however The portage m200 lacks an optical drive and cannot be booted from usb (only options are to boot from LAN or from a specially created SD card).
Solution: you will need a second pc that can boot from an on board or peripheral optical drive. Swap the second pc's hard drive for the one that you are restoring. Now boot the second pc from the restore disk and follow the onscreen instructions. Once completed the pc will try to reboot and you will get an error about how windows couldn't repair start-up. Now power down and swap the hard drive back to the portage. You should now be up and running, much easier than trying to create a boot-able sd image or boot from a PXE server.
The ipad 1 will not update to ios 7 because it will make it run too slow, and u don't want it at the speed it will run, apple decided to not let the ipad 1 work on ios 7 because of the speed and it would also make it crash heaps.
you cannot stop an app from crashing on any tablet or computer because programs have bugs and depending on the operating system you are using as well. For example, if the app is compatible with Android 5.0 and you are installing it on a tablet with Android 6.0 it might install but might not work properly. The only way to fix the crash is to send the crash report to the developer to fix the bug. Sometimes you can fix it on your end by using various tool out there like Master Cleaner to clean up your tablet but this will only help to some degree but does not guaranteed that the app will not crash
PC crashes without warning, sometimes the display shows weird patterns before the crash.
Resolution may revert to the lowest resolution settings upon restarting your PC.
The CPU temperature may shoot up prior to crashing.
PC may not be able to reboot back after the crash, unless you turn off the power supply unit of your PC and switch it back on again.
Your PC tells you (sometimes only) that the ati2dvag driver has failed to function.
This is a universal problem afflicting thousands of PCs worldwide and can occur in totally new or old computers; it doesn’t discriminate. Imagine the frustration of buying a new PC only to have it crash on you after a few weeks and thereafter.
There have been many hypothesis’ postulated. Some say it is a very stealthy virus, some say it is an incompatibility with Windows XP SP2 and ATI, some say it is a problem with the hardware acceleration settings in the ATI graphic card, others say it is a problem within Windows XP itself…etc.
The 2 most common “solutions” are:
Reinstall the ATI driver. You are advised to launch Windows in Safe Mode (press F8 before Windows boots), go to Windows Add/Remove programs and uninstall everything ATI. Remove the DAO/MDAC component as well. You can use the ATI removal tool utility which can be downloaded from the ATI website. The complete set of instructions on removing ATI can be found on the ATI website.
Go to System Devices in My Computer > Properties > Hardware, and locate the option, PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge. This could under other names on your PC, so contact your PC vendor if you’re unsure. Right click, and select the “update driver” option. Manually search and install the PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge.