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Whay Am I getting Blue Screen even I do not mess with any hardware

I have dell XPS410, some time I get Blue screen without any reason > like I do not add or remove ny hardware , this time just happen, this time it a happen  even i was not working on my computer
also I notice that Hard drive stays buzy , so I have Un installed k1 indexing software
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narendrabhuri
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CaffeinatedTechCommented:
This could be several things.

* RAM - get yourself a RAM testing tool like goldmem on the Hirens Boot CD

* Drivers - Update the drivers for your chipset, video and sound

* Failing HDD - Use spinrite from that Hiren's CD to give it a work out.
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narendrabhuriAuthor Commented:
if there is Harware problem should be happen allthe time , am i right?
nick
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CaffeinatedTechCommented:
Not necessarily.  You need to stress it to be sure.
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rindiCommented:
Heat is another reason for BSOD's. Most BSOD's show you an errorcode. post that as it can help diagnose the problem.
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narendrabhuriAuthor Commented:
I have missed to take BSOD SCREEN SHOT
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rindiCommented:
There's always a next time....
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narendrabhuriAuthor Commented:
LOL , you are right , but it is not happening , now
let me ask you queston is it happend because I have uninstalled X1 soft ware?
thanks
Nick
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rindiCommented:
What is X1 software?
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narendrabhuriAuthor Commented:
X1 indexing (desktop search)
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rindiCommented:
It's possible...
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narendrabhuriAuthor Commented:
Thanks Rindi, I thoought so ,but have you ever heard that any sofware resposible for blue screen
nick
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rindiCommented:
Sure, Software that goes close to the hardware (drivers, antimalware software etc), or software that is badly programmed, can always be a cause of BSOD's. Usually though they aren't caused by one single thing though.
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narendrabhuriAuthor Commented:
Usually though they aren't caused by one single thing though.
what is this mean? please explain me
thanks
nickl
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rindiCommented:
usually it's a combination of different software, or maybe bad hardware and bad software. Software often causes BSOD's if it addresses memory it isn't supposed to address. Sometimes this will work, but if it happens that another software addresses that same part of the memory you'll get a crash. So depending on the circumstances you could be lucky and no crash will occur, and if you use the "wrong" combination of software you'll often have crashes.
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narendrabhuriAuthor Commented:
Please give me example sucha as if possible
thanks
Nick
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rindiCommented:
Symantec's GoBack can be a cause of bluescreens. But I don't know in which combinations of other software...
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narendrabhuriAuthor Commented:
I  Do have norton GHOST 10.00
That wold do it?
Nick
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rindiCommented:
I don0t know about ghost, but I guess it's possible.
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narendrabhuriAuthor Commented:
HOw could i Print Or Save Blue Screen, in case it happen again

Nick
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rindiCommented:
You can't, so write down the error code (you could take a photo). There are memory dumps saved, but I don't have the tools to read them.
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narendrabhuriAuthor Commented:
Thanks
U R The best
Nick
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rindiCommented:
no problem
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narendrabhuriAuthor Commented:
Good Morning , I gor Blue screen again
Deriver_IRQL-NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
STOP: 0X000000D1 (0X1250CB60,0X00000002,0X0000001,0X87D819AE)
THIS IS THE ERROR CODE I HAVE FOUND, COMPUTER WAS WORKING FINE , HAPPEN IN WORKING CONDITION
THANKS
NICK
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rindiCommented:
This Bluescreen can be caused by a bad driver, bad ram, or a bad pagefile. Get a copy of the UBCD and run memtest86+ which you'll find on that CD. If it passes, and your PC has more than 1 partition on the disk, place your pagefile on another partition than it already is at, if there is only a C:, then tell the system to not use a pagefile, reboot, and then create the pagefile again. sometimes it also helps to open a command prompt and run "chkdsk c: /x" for all partitions. You'll have to boot the PC for this to finish.

http://ultimatebootcd.com
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