CAROLINE MICHIE asked on March 12, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.
Bluescreens And Internet Connection Failure
» I keep getting lots of different bluescreens and other errors, and my computer keeps loosing the internet connection even when the signal is max and all my friends are connected. and my pc also gets to about 97 degrees Celsius under stress.
An Internet-connection blue screen is a screen that comes up during or after you attempt to connect to the Internet. Sometimes the screen is accompanied by freezing or losing your connection entirely. When you have the Internet-connection blue screen, it also can lead to a loss of information. It is important to figure out how to get rid of this connection blue screen so your computer functions properly.
Log onto your computer and check your Internet settings. The settings should say to connect automatically when an Internet connection is established. If they don't, change them so they do. Connecting automatically gives you less chance to get the blue screen because it eliminates the connection portion, which is usually when the blue screen appears.
Connect to the Internet using a different browser. With some setups and some operating systems, the blue screen shows up with particular browsers. Try browsers like Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox to see if those give you a quicker and stronger connection.
Run your virus-protection program, anti-spyware program, and anti-malware program. In some instances, the Internet-connection blue screen is caused by a virus/Trojan(Trojan:Win32/Medfos.B) or a piece of malware, and running your protection programs can eliminate the threat and get rid of the screen at the same time.
After the virus removal, you can use DLL Suite to fix the associated dll files problems with the virus infection, such as a broken linkage, and then fine tune your system with it. You'll have a brilliant pc as original!
EVA FLORES replied on March 18, 2013
- G COWIE replied on March 12, 2013: » MyEventViewer can be checked at the time of the BlueScreen (BSOD) to within a second or so of the time of the BSOD to provide more information as to possible cause - see TIP.
MyEventViewer - Free - a simple alternative to the standard event viewer of Windows. TIP - Options - Advanced Filter allows you to see a time frame instead of the whole file - set it to a bit before and after the time of the BSOD.
- TAMI MOKER replied on March 13, 2013: » i8042prt.sys is crashing the system..KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED. 0x0000001e
Open a command prompt as admin then type sfc /scannow. See if that fixes it.
- RENALDI THRUSTON replied on March 14, 2013: » To access the System log select Start, Control Panel, Administrative Tools, Event Viewer, from the list in the left side of the window select Windows Logs and System. Place the cursor on System, right click and select Filter Current Log. Check the box before Error and click on OK and you see only Error reports. Click on the Date and Time Header to sort. You may need to click a second time to see the latest Report at the top.
- TREVOR HANSON replied on March 15, 2013: » If you ran BlueScreenView the CAUSE would be shown as atikmdag.sys which is part of the ATI Video drivers. ntoskrnl.exe is a Windows component which means something else, such as the ATI drivers, drove it into Fault.
- CAROLINE MICHIE replied on March 16, 2013: » No i dont overclock. It happen when i was doing the windows experience index test. When it got up to the windows media decoding part. It locked up and bsod. I will try that memtest agian and report back. I just got my memory RMA i hope it not the memory.
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