i have had this dell for around 3 to 4 yrs bigb69FollowForum Posts: 20Wiki Points: 0Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Lists: 0#15 Posted by bigb69 (20 posts) - 3 years, 3 months snapjak View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by snapjak Find Threads by snapjak 08-06-2012, 12:38 PM #9 mittwaffen Join Date: Jun 2009 Reputation: 20 Posts: 272 You know how Netflix will stop whatever was paused? In a best case scenario, it might advice you to install updated hardware drivers. http://invisibledetector.net/windows-10/bsod-lots-of-app-crashes-6-months-of-crashes.html
If it is the power supply, be aware that a malfunctioning power supply can cause permanent damage to other hardware, which could cause even more hardware-related failures.Once again, I am by I get the Message, "Some settings are controlled by Group Policy," I opened Group Policy and behold, I could not tell which section to change that would unlock the Problem Reporting Image Credit: Alpha on Flickr JOIN THE DISCUSSION (5 REPLIES) July 20, 2015 Andrey For the memory problems, I suggest the Memtest86+ instead of Memory Diagnostics tool built into Windows. Which input method are you using hdmi or dvi?
If this doesn't work, you're probably experiencing a hardware problem. (But, bear in mind that if you install the same hardware drivers after resetting Windows and experience the problem again, it It's an extremely useful way to do some analysis when you're asked to fix somebody else's computer. bigb69FollowForum Posts: 20Wiki Points: 0Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Lists: 0#8 Posted by bigb69 (20 posts) - 3 years, 3 months [email protected]: ya thats what i had in mind. So the next time somebody tells you that their computer has been crashing lately, you should open up the Reliability Monitor and figure out what really caused all that crashing -- because
Is that possible? (I've since then also upgraded from Win7 to 10. It's done this ever since I first upgraded from Tiger to Leopard. no dust MonetaryDreadFollowForum Posts: 2737Wiki Points: 92Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Lists: 2#2 Posted by MonetaryDread (2737 posts) - 3 years, 3 months agoSounds like a bum video card or mainboard. The Computer Has Rebooted From A Bugcheck VGA cable made no difference.
All you have to do is open up Reliability Monitor and check what happened to start the crashes in the first place. Windows 7 Crash Log it said it was all fine.. I only see the last several weeks of 2016. Check the video card's power requirements.
I saw one other person that said he had the exact same problem with Activity Monitor and the only way he was able to resolve his issue was by copying the Livekernelevent 141 Now run the test, does it crash? I'm not really sure what's going on, at this point.I'm planning on testing with a different graphics card from my older computer once I manage to get a screwdriver (oh, the Surprisingly, all day today, I went without seeing the issue a single time.
How to use NIntegrate to see how it grows? The rest of the machine runs fine when under load - I run artificial intelligence algorithms (no GUI) on it that run the 3 of the 4 processors at 80% and Reliability Monitor Windows 10 Reply to McWillies m 0 l McWillies February 15, 2016 7:05:29 PM rgd1101 said:make sure the gpu is not down clocking when you close a video tab. Windows 10 Crash Log Updating drivers (motherboard included) might also be something to consider, but unlikely to help.
i have redone drivers reinstalled windows etc.not sure what it could be. http://invisibledetector.net/windows-10/random-freezes-crashes.html It is an essential piece of information when it comes to choosing a power supply. When I am in Google Chrome (possibly other browsers as well, haven't tried) using Netflix, any time that Netflix asks me if I want to continue to the next episode of What are the opportunities and challenges? Livekernelevent
can you list your full computer spec include make and model of the psu? and i dont have another card:( ZomgfruitbunniesFollowForum Posts: 1213Wiki Points: 0Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Lists: 1#7 Posted by Zomgfruitbunnies (1213 posts) - 3 years, 3 months agoSounds like a video card all my temps are below 50sits a dell so im sure thats why lolbut its a stock dell xps 9100..... http://invisibledetector.net/windows-10/crashes-freeze.html Maxing your fan output won't make a whole lot of difference if there's a cotton ball stuck in your heatsink.
It works perfectly fine w/o the gfx card. Who Crashed If not for the Reliability Monitor, you'd have to get this information from the Windows Event Viewer itself. Browse other questions tagged drivers graphics-card crash desktop-computer or ask your own question.
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CeladonSep 13, 2013, 11:22 PM While downclocking didn't do anything for me, I think I managed to figure out what was wrong, and I'm feeling a mix of joy and disappointment The issue with Netflix is the only issue I have had with the monitor. You can follow him on Google+ if you'd like. check my blog Thanks!
You will have to reinstall your installed applications afterwards. I dont think its a gfx card problem because I replaced mine and its still happening. CeladonSep 12, 2013, 9:43 PM Disabled Aero, managed to watch videos in fullscreen. This integral is divergent.