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It says windows has detected a problem and has shutdown to prevent damage. I have done all the steps but is not working. Please help me!

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'' a problem has been detected and windows has shutdown to prevent damage''


From the description it is the hard drive that is the problem, format the whole hardware and re-install your xp windows to see if that will clear up the problem, if not! have the hard drive tested to see if it must be replaced.

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Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD) Important Info

When you get a Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD) on your computer this can be very frustrating. Below is the info you need to get from a BSOD because the way that Microsoft words the message a lot of people miss the real important parts. With the right information this will helps tech support help you address your problem quickly.

The first thing to look at is the error message. A lot of times you will get a message like the one below that states "PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA". In the case of this BSOD the error screen the error code is a generic one of 0x00000050 so we have to rely on message that tells us that the problem was with the memory or the page file.

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The next thing to look at is the error code. Note you really do not need the info between the parentheses for standard trouble shooting.
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So with both pieces info this will help tech support figure out where the issue is at and where to troubleshoot.

Note the file name that the BSOD list normally is not important in troubleshooting the in most cases it just point to the point where Windows had the problem.

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My PC with 865PE Neo2-FIS2R doesn't boot on SATA HDD... It actually runs windows server 2000. but after an unexpected power shutdown... the pc always boot on Managed PC Boot... upon checking on the Boot...


Hi Good day!! well i think your board didn't detect your HDD for some reason:
1. unexpected shutdown
2. cable not properly connect in HDD to motherboard
3. HDD have been damage because of improper shutdown.

here are the step to detect your HDD
1.pull out your cable from the HDD and then re-insert it make sure it its inserted properly.
2.go to CMOS and then in the "MAIN menu" check the primary master, primary slave, etc. in the primary master your HDD should be detect there. if not enter your primary master for auto detecting.
if nothing happens and still not detected you must replace the cable of your HDD.

Pls. Reply to help you more

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JR



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Windows has been shutdown to prevent damage to computer


try restore ur system to factory default state when u purchased it as new u can do that as follows

from ur backup OS cd
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BEFORE TURNING ON THE LAPTOP, press and hold the 0 (zero) button on the keyboard, then turn on the computer while holding the 0 (zero) button down. When the Toshiba logo screen appears, you can release the 0 key.

if the problem persists after this then i am 100% sure about hardware malfunction that is RAM problem kindly replace and check if it works or if u have two RAM chips installed try each one at a time to find the faulty one

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