Filemaker 9.0 that has been working, without any problems,has begun to crash every time it starts up. This is in a mac G4, 10.4.11 with 2 GB of ram. I loaded a new version & it continues to crash at the same point in its startup.
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When you say computer crashed, when you restart it what happens? Does windows start?
Usually you can go to control panel and create a new disc if you lost it.
Or there will be a seperate partition on your hard drive that has the contents of the restore disc.
When the PC boots up at start it should say something like Hit F10 or similar key to restore?
look you must tell me more about your fan is it clean or not does it make any noise when it works or does it work normally when you do this does you computer works without any problems i mean is it slow does it shut down when any overload happens on it i need more details
This could be one of many different problems. When did this actually start? It could be a problem with the power supply, it could be a problem with the motherboard or cpu, there could be a problem with the actual operating system itself. This is the steps i would recomend 1) Format and Reload your os and drivers etc, if this doesnt work move to step 2 2) Change the power supply to a new one or a computer that works. Borrow one from someone so that you dont have to pay for it only to disconver it isnt the problem 3) Do the same with your expansion cards 4) Do the same with your cpu 5) Do the same with Motherboard Somewhere down the line you will know what your problem is and that is the part you will have to replace
well you blue screen is called the blue screen of death in the computer world it is like the red ring of death for the xbox which usually means that there is a system error or software error im not sure what it could be right now but if youll hang in there for a day ill have an answer for you
check the event viewer by going to start>right click my computer>manage ... click on the left pane whre it says even viewer and click on applications.. look for a red ballon with a white x at the time when your application crashed and double click on it (there may be a few of those if it has crashed before.. and not all of them may be about the the application you're troubleshooting.. so read a little bit on the error and see if it's related with your problem and post the information you see there. or google the error code.