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Disable all power saving features in both Windows and in the BIOS (CMOS) setup.
Without knowing what operating system you are running or which laptop you own, that's the best advice I can give, as I cannot give step-by-step without that information.
You should be able to do this yourself though given the information I have provided.
In the BIOS, there may be a setting to simply disable DPMS completely.
Posted on May 27, 2011
Ouch, the Blue Screen of Death most likely. This can mean a lot of different problems, mainly in the hardware, either your C.P.U. is overheating, or your C.P.U., Mother Board or CMOS/BIOS has a short circuit. It can also mean your Hard Disk Drive is damaged. But you're here for solutions, not reasons:
1) Backup all your data from your Disk Drive in any method you can, then format your Disk Drive and reinstall everything.
2) Get a new computer, sounds harsh and expensive,but if the problem lies on the hardware, it will not be easily or cheaply repairable (if at all). A new C.P.U. is almost as expensive (if not more) than a new computer, a new Mother Board might not be compatible with your current hardware (HDD, RAMs, ROMs,etc) and the CMOS/BIOS is irreplaceable (embedded in the Mother Board). So buying a new computer might actually be cheaper.
3) Get a new Disk Drive, install everything in it,copy the data from the old Disk Drive and use the new one as your main Disk Drive. This is recommended only if the problem is found directly to be in the Disk Drive.
Posted on May 27, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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