Question about Computers & Internet
Occurs-• A damaged device driver or system service.
• Damaged RAM.
• If there is not enough space on HDD or Page file
Resolution- • Restart computer, Press <F8> key to bring Windows Advanced Options menu, Choose "Last Known Good Configuration (your most recent settings that worked)", and then press <enter>
• If that didn't work, boot to safe mode and do a system restore
• If you are not able to boot to safe mode as well, then reseat memory and try to boot to normal mode.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
You Need to reinstall the windows and clear all previous data from your computer and disassemble any new hardware if u attached with your board ok your problem will be solved OK best of luck .
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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