i had confused about my office pc when it going unbootable. blue screen flasing & rebooting.
when i installed the h. disk to another pc, S.M.A.R.T msg appears on boot screen that the disk are damaged. so, i bought a new h. disk. setting up XP & other apps. i boot it, but the 'nice' blue screen flashing and the system rebooted simultaneously too. as the same before....
several days before it going well (with this old hdisk) with in the same time some cracking sound came form the h. disk. i know it. i must change the new h.disk. AND I'M VERY SURE IT'S NOT A M/BOARD PROBLEM. but later when i change the new one, it rebooting over and over.
is it a bios problem? system uncompatible(bought this pc by 2003). or m/board problem? or other parts?
i'm using a ECS P4VMM2 Board.
how to resolve it? thanks!
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Blue screen & rebbot is often sign of faulty software instalation the reason you got a smart message was due to hdd smart been enabled in your bios turn it off and it may help.
unless your other pc is the same your windows will not run it will loop with your origanal drive,
Try by resseting your bios to book standards and modify from there
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It's called a BSOD which means blue screen of death. try to boot into safe mode by pressing F8 as soon as the computer starts hit it repeatedly, then try last known configuration that worked. If that doesn't work, reboot and try F8 again and go to safe mode, then do a system restore.
I have the same problem but i didnt think it was the hard drive becauseafter the flashing blue screen and the reboot with the boot menu i wasable to go into safe mode without any problems and i was able to backup all my data onto an external hard drive. i cant seen to think whatelse the problem might be though.
This symptom can signify one of the following things.
1) Mac OS is corrupted and needs to be re-installed."Archive & Install"
2) You hard drive is rendered unbootable, Erase & Install may work.
3) Hard drive needs replacement
It looks like a dead hard drive... To check your hard drive and see if you can repair it yourself,
reboot your computer
press simultaneously the "cmd" and "s" keys at startup
if you see a black screen with white text, type:
fsck -f and hit enter
this does a "file system check", when finnished, type "reboot" and press enter.
If nothing better happens, you'll certainly have to brinng it to an Apple Authorized Center
Blue screens mean that a vital system program went bad and also a way a pc saves itself from complete meltdown. The best option is to reinstall the recovery disc or a fresh install of you windows operating system
hp computer is famous for all these kind of crashes
try these steps
1.) reset the ram (beliving u know how to do it)
2.)check if the keyboard is working or not
if yes reboot the comptur and keep hitting f 8 like taptap
now a black screen will *** select safe mode and try to repire the system
if not order the set of recovery disc