New PC crashing

By amraf2001 ยท 4 replies
Sep 23, 2007
  1. Hello

    I have a newish PC little over 30 days old - Windows XP home - AMD 6000+ CPU - 2 gig Memory-515 graphics card.

    PC is rebooting - getting a blue scren of death - Seems to be just hepping now and them -

    ran windows update - SFC.exe - and a full virus scan - no joy - removed all the startup items in msconfig

    reformatted my PC and reinstalled XP home - still geeting the same message

    I have attached a few of mine minidump files (saved them in txt so people can read them)

    If you want to know anything, just ask

    Attached Files:

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  3. amraf2001

    amraf2001 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Hello, thanks for getting back to me. I have updated my profile now has some more info about my PC motherboard etc - hope the info helps

    PC is new - seemed to be geting the blue screen now and then - I have reinstelled windows XP home - I have ran a virus scan and performed windows
    update and went to command promt and performed a SCF.exe.scannow

    all usb divies seem to be working fine- i have uninstalled my usb divices
    and reinstalled them all

    any one have any thoughts

    thanks for your help
  4. cpc2004

    cpc2004 TS Evangelist Posts: 1,994

    Your minidump is crashed with IRQL x'1c'. If your windows install Panda, it will have this symptom. If your windows does not have Panda, it is hardware problem and most likely it is ram or CPU problem.

    Information extracted from your 2nd minidump report
    BugCheck 1000000A, {16, 1c, 0, 80502392}
  5. 2klk071-595b

    2klk071-595b TS Rookie

    disable usb

    Have you tried disabling USB ports (one hub at a time)? To determine if one port/device is causing this? Microsoft obviously thinks it's USB related.

    Good Luck!


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