Minidump!! Help!!

By lily chou chou
Feb 1, 2006
  1. hi, i am a new comer. plaese help me to mix the following problem that drives me crazy.

    after a new harddisk has been installed, my computer keeps on restarting suddenly, without warning. and i cannot do system scan. :hotbounce there are error repost:

    bc code:9C BCP1: 0000 0000 Bcp2: 8054d370
    bcp3: c411c000 BCP 4: 0000 0136 OSCer: 5_1_2600 SP:2_0 prouct: 256_1

    technical report´╝Üc:\docume~1\tsw\locals~1\temp\werca29.dir00\mini013106_4.dmp

    i have observed that the codes has change for serval times, eg.,
    bc code:9C BCP1: 0000 0000 Bcp2: 8054d370
    bcp3: f6002000 bcp4: 0000017a


    bc code:9C BCP1: 0000 0000 Bcp2: 8054d370
    bcp3: 94004000 bcp4: 00000152

    since there are many patterns, please forgive me to attach a bit large number of minidump here. looking forward for your reply. V. THX.
  2. lily chou chou

    lily chou chou TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I just dunno why it is so hard for me to attach files. i spent nearly 1 hour to post the message and wait for the attachment window loading. and I already adjusted the lan setting and security level.

    l need calm down. come back later.
  3. howard_hopkinso

    howard_hopkinso TS Rookie Posts: 24,177   +19

    Hello and welcome to Techspot.

    Go HERE and follow the instructions.

    If that doesn`t help. Zip 5 or 6 of your latest minidumps together, and attach them here.

    Please note. Techspot has a limit of 100kB for attachments, so you may need to attach several zip files.

    Regards Howard :wave: :wave:
  4. lily chou chou

    lily chou chou TS Rookie Topic Starter


    THANK YOU!!!
    finally get attached. :hotouch:

  5. howard_hopkinso

    howard_hopkinso TS Rookie Posts: 24,177   +19

    Most of your minidumps are crashing with a bugcheck of 9C.

    Unfortunately this means you have a hardware problem.


    This is a hardware issue: an unrecoverable hardware error has occurred. The parameters have different meanings depending on what type of CPU you have but, while diagnostic, rarely lead to a clear solution. Most commonly it results from overheating, from failed hardware (RAM, CPU, hardware bus, power supply, etc.), or from pushing hardware beyond its capabilities (e.g., overclocking a CPU).

    You will need to diagnose which hardware is faulty. this can be difficult, and time consuming.

    If you`re not confident in doing this, it might be a good idea to take your system to a pc repair shop.

    Start by making sure nothing is overclocked.

    Check for overheating.

    Check your mobo for bulging, or leaking capacitors. See HERE for further info.

    Disconnect anything not required to boot your system.

    Just leave one stick of ram/hdd/cpu/graphics card/psu, and test your system.

    If it still crashes, then the the problem has got to be with one of those parts.

    If it then becomes stable. Start adding the rest of your hardware one at a time and testing. the last hardware you add before the system crashes is probably the culprit.

    Regards Howard :)
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