For the past couple days when i put my computer on standby for 30 minutes+ i get a BSOD i come back to my comp and bam BSOD right there i havent made any changes to my hardware/software for awhile either… and i couldnt get a screenshot or anything from the BSOD cause the comp reboots after about 3 seconds of showing the BSOD. I know there isnt alot of info here but any attempt at helping is appreciated.
OS: Windows MCE XP 512 MB RAM Pentium 4 3.06 GHz. And the list of my secuirty software (Comodo firewall, BOClean, Spyware Blaster, Super Anti Spyware, Spybot Search and Destroy, AVG Anti rootkit and Avast 4.7 Home Edition)
Edit: Isnt there a file stored on my comp that saves the info from BSOD’s?
I’ve uninstalled and reinstalled all of my secuirty software in safe mode. Another thing this dosent happen every time i put my computer on standby… and also when i put it on Hibernate overnight i dotn get a BSOD. And this happend a few days after firefox updated
I think Windows is configured by default not to create minidumps. Follow the instructions in the link at the bottom of the first post to change that setting into creating them, then wait for the next BSOD and the minidump should be there.
What do you mean with “system restore”, restoring from a disc image or something? I mean the Windows feature for short-term fallbacks (at Control Panel > Admin. Tools, I think), it’s less than a minute to use, I do so all the time.
Yup already set to save them yet the file was empty… And also not sure if i did but when i saw the BSOD i think (only think) i might of read something about “kernel” not 100% sure though. And Thanks to everyone that has helped me with this. All your help is appreciated very much (:CLP)