The computer has worked fine since we bought it about a year ago. Yesterday upon startup a blue screen with this message is all that the computer will do: A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer. The BIOS in this system is not fully ACPI compliant. Please contact your system vendor for an updayed BIOS. Technical information: STOP: 0x000000A5 (0x000001000, 0x00000000, 0x96408500, 0x00000100)
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Hi, Turn off the computer and open the side cover by removing two screws. If you have a video card remove it and clean the connectors with alcohol and also the memory card connectors. Re install it and install it back the side cover and turn the power that should work for you. Get back to us if this information helps you solve the problem. Good day...
You know if it pops back and forth this could be an indication that the video card on your PC may not be doing well. The way to really make sure is plug your monitor into another working computer and see if you have the same issue if not and the monitor works fine you may want to replace the video card for your computer. Monitors are a dime a dozen these days especially CRTs that would be how I would approach this issue. Do not invest in a repair unless it is a flat screen monitor if you are going to pay for a repair at least do it for a flat monitor I have about 23 of them in my garage giving them away they are around. Thanks for using FixYa! John
Try transferring the videos to your computer. Connect the camcorder to your computer and open windows movie maker. Then use the capture from camera to capture it from the camcorder. Once its done you can save the captured video to your computer and burn them to a DVD.
"BSOD" also known as "Blue Screen of Death" occurs when system is not stable due to misconfiguration or driver incompatabilty or Virus or worm infection.
Method 1 : Start your system by pressing F8 upon startup. Select "last know good configuration that works".check this one solve your porblem.
Method 2 : Start your system by pressing F8 upon startup. Select "safe boot "and check if it work or able to log you into your Desktop.
Uninstalled any software or hardware you have recently added or installed.Click "Start", Select "Run", type "msconfig" Again click "Startup" tab.Untick all the program thats loads during your system Boot up.
Method 3: Start your system by pressing F8 upon startup. Select "safe boot "and check if it works or able to log you into your Desktop. Click "Start", and then select "All programs", then "Accessories".Select "system tools" and then "System Restore".Try to restore your PC to a point or date which you know it was working fine.
Method 4 : If none of the above workor you are able to boot it. Then download "Hiren's Boot CD"
Here is the link http://hirens.longcomputerservices.com/Hirens.BootCD.10.1.zip
Download the file and burn the ISO image in a CD.Boot your system using that CD. It has lots of tools for repairing Windows, system restore, Data recovery etc.Check if it can fix your problem.
If Hiren's Boot CD can't fix it then Backup all your important datas and go for a new install.
Don't forget to create system restore point whenever you are going to make changes to your system.It will help you in recovering during the time of failure.
It does not hate that monitor. I believe the problem is in the settings on your video. Your monitor cannot display them.
You will most likely need to start your computer in safe mode and change the display settings on your video card or, alternatively, download updated video drivers.
Also, if you can't get Windows to start in normal or safe mode, one of the options you get when you press F8 on startup is to start in VGA mode. That will get you in so you can tweak your settings, which are probably set to a resolution too high for your monitor.
The blue screen means that you have lost signal. If the set don't have signal for so long it turns itself off. "power saver feature" Check all connections or replace cables, If that don't work the signal board may be going bad.