Barracks - System blue screen
CheeseBall - Mar 07, 2006 - 09:35 AM
Post subject: System blue screen
Again this morning, I was downloading update for dfx and when I
came back into my room I had a blue screen saying if I keep havin
this problem bla bla bla and the error on the top of the deal said
Does anyone know what this is about? Last time it did it I was in the
middle of playing tfd. This is the 3rd time I have seen this. I did system
recovery disk last time.
Cally - Mar 07, 2006 - 09:53 AM
Ready for this .....
A kernel_stack_inpage_error is usually an error reading data from the page file into memory which would tend to point to a disk or a memory fault (possibly cache on drive or CPU) but may be due to a corrupt page file.
It can also be caused by an overheating problem. (try running with the case off, and see if the error returns)
However, I would start by running a FULL scandisk of your harddrive.
There are other reasons too ....... here is a link to the Troubleshooter at Microsoft (Not for the faint hearted ...... lol
CheeseBall - Mar 07, 2006 - 09:57 AM
O.K., thanks for the info. leaning towards heating
I am running all this off a laptop, AH AHA HAHA..
I will give it hell!!!!!
Thanks for your fast response.
Corsair9 - Mar 07, 2006 - 12:29 PM
It's not a Toshiba is it?
K.Haught - Mar 07, 2006 - 02:42 PM
I have a Toshiba Qosmio F-15 I had the same error Friday.
called Toshiba and they sent me a box there is some problem with hard drive and systemboard.
and here is a 1-800-457-7777 if you want to call them.
if your's is a Toshiba
it also applys to the G-15
CheeseBall - Mar 07, 2006 - 10:02 PM
Yep it's A TOSHIBA, they gettin back at us aint they.
anyway, had this system for 2.5 years, and no pwoblem.
All of a sudden, anyway it's a satellite 3.2 G processor plenty
of room to run bought in 2004. pentium 4. 64 meg video all
I have elevated to let room for breathability for the fans, and it is a
laptop w/17"wide screen (sweet) butt, on the tag on bottom it says
psp 20u 509 1hv if that means anything to ya'll.
I am a maintenance mechanic, plumbing to high voltage and plc's
but this is a little different.
Thanks for the info.
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