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« on: November 09, 2006, 08:16:15 PM »

I have a Dell Insiron 5150 which is about 2 years old. I have had no problems with it until the last month or so. I accidentally left it switched on overnight and when I returned in the morning the keyboard was too hot to touch and there was a blue screen. I am aware that where I was the electricity was very dirty and f;uccuated up and down.

 I am running windows XP and have SP2 installed.

Since then everytime I start up the laptop it works for about 15 minutes or so but then it comes up with the blue screen, if I then turn it on again it almost imediately comes up with the blue screen.

I have had a variety of code errors on the blue screen but the most recent it 0x000000F4 (0x00000003, 0x82B01020, 0x82B01194, 0x805F9F88), I turned off the laptop and turned it back on and after a few minutes it came up with the warning unmountable_boot_volume.

I have also had an error to do with an inpage_kernal? I have also had the error message 0x0000007a.

Initially I was able to startup the laptop in safe mode however the blue screen still appeared but now it will not start up in safe mode any more it gets to a certain point and then freezes. It froze at iomyss.sys or something like that (sorry I dont really know much about computers so not very good at this).

I have not loaded any new programmes or changed any of the settings.

Does anyone know what the problem could be I would be very grateful for any help.

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« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2006, 03:14:17 AM »

Use memtest to test the reliability of the RAM

Its also possibly the flucuation of the electricity has damaged the system

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