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I have a windows xp system which is suddenly goes blue screen and nothing appear without restarting. What could be the reason?

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I have a windows xp system which is suddenly goes blue screen and nothing appear without restarting. What could be the reason?
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by:royteo86
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what is the error no. that appeared in the blue screen ? so i can find out more about the problem
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by:PeteJThomas
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Yes I'm afraid more details are needed. What the blue screen shows (0x000 etc etc). Write down as much of it as you can and post it back here.

Is this happening every time you try to use the computer? Can you get into Windows at all? Or was this just a single blue screen error and everything appears to be ok now?

Post as much information as possible...

Cheers!

Pete
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by:aloknet21
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Nothing is appearing only blue screen some time its automatically goes yellow, red

i am not understanding what is happening.
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by:PeteJThomas
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Ohhhhh ok, that sounds like a signal problem on the monitor from the graphics card/chipset in the PC itself.

If I'm right, then the monitor itself loses the signal and therefore has nothing to display. The coloured screen you see - Is that is just literally a completely blank screen that is either blue or red etc?

Check the cable between your PC and your monitor. Ensure that it's properly connected at BOTH ends and not loose at all. May even be worth disconnecting and reconnecting that cable too...

Test that first maybe?
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by:aloknet21
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Yes this  Screen goes Red, Blue etc..... this is laptop not a pc.

When i restart this, It works fine for sometimes not sure how much time?


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by:PeteJThomas
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Is the laptop connected to an external monitor, or are you just using the built-in display on the laptop itself?
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i am using built in display.
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PeteJThomas earned 250 total points
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I would use the 'Request attention' feature, and request that this question (you'll need to post a link to it or something after clicking 'Request Attention') be added to the hardware/laptops/display zone, where people more attuned to hardware issues and their symptoms can take a look at it... :)

I'm not good with laptops, tend to just get them repaired under warranty to be honest, especially issues with the display... O.o

Pete
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