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  1. Update... Since doing the things I posted and then turning off the screensaver with my photos as a slide show (something I started around the same time as these Blue Screen errors), I haven't had another Blue Screen error in the past 12 hours or so. I'm hoping that I have figured out the problem (with all of your help and ideas) and maybe the screen saver issue might have something to do with running the full test here and the PCPitstop3D.dll issue I am also having. This is what Belarc Advisor says about my video card... Intel® 82815 Graphics Controller [Display adapter] Gateway
  2. I decided to change my page file to NONE, then rebooted the computer and was planning to put it back to System Managed since that is what another site recommended so the computer would rebuild the Page File and when I turned the machine back on, I got the MS Windows pop-up that "The System has recovered from a serious error" (I think I may have said critical earlier but it's the same pop-up). This time, I clicked on the "click here" and here's what it says... Error signature BCCode : 7a BCP1 : C03DDC24 BCP2 : C000000E BCP3 : F7709130 BCP4 : 00959860 OSVer : 5
  3. I did the CHKDSK from the System, Tools tab and then rebooted machine. It went through the entire CHKDSK process and then booted up. The first four stages went quickly with no problems. I wasn't able to watch the entire fifth stage so I'm not sure what happened... is there a log? When I got back to the computer, there was a pop-up message saying the machine recovered from a critical error. I connected back to my router and then opened up an IE7 window and a few tabs and left the machine alone and it did not get a new Blue Screen after a couple of hours.... so far, so good. I a
  4. I tried the full Pitstop test but it also failed when it got to the 3D video test.. at least I think that's where it failed. Could this have something to do with the Blue Screen errors? As I said earlier, they come when the computer is idle and just the screen saver is running and I have my pictures as a slideshow for my screensaver. I just left the computer alone for while and it got the Blue Screen again. Here's a summary of what it said. KERNEL_STACK_INPAGE_ERROR STOP: 0X00000077 (0XC000000E, 0XC000000E, 0X00000000, 0X00C71000) Then there was other info about a physical m
  5. Thanks for the quick reply. This is now done. I noticed that it had some settings to save a log file. Should I look for the previous ones if that would help? Suzie
  6. I have an older Gateway desktop PC with MS Windows XPSP2 Home Edition, Intel Celeron 1200MHz, 1.20Ghz, 384 MB of RAM. It runs fine 99% of the time but then for no reason, usually while it's sitting idle, it will get a Blue Screen error and then reboot itself, then run fine again. I have Comodo Internet Security for firewall and antivirus. I also update and run weekly scans with Spybot, MalwareBytes, etc. and have SpywareBlaster that I update weekly also. My computer comes up clean in all scans so I don't think this is any kind of malware issue. What should I do first to diagnose t
  7. Maybe I didn't explain it correctly. I'll walk through exactly what I did and if you do the same thing, you'll see what happens... at least to me. At the Windows Explorer Search window (Start>Search), click All Files And Folders, typed in part of the file name, left "A word or phrase..." blank, then "Look In:" My Documents, When was it modified and What size were left as "Don't Remember", then for "More Advanced Options", for "Type of file:", I used the drop down menu and chose "Adobe Acrobat Document" (since it was a .pdf file and I thought this might make it faster), then it had che
  8. Subject - Windows Search - More Advanced Options - problem clearing file type Description - Not Windows Desktop Search but the Windows Explorer Search with the little doggy I was trying to do a file search and put Adobe Reader as the file type since I remember it was a PDF document I had saved but Windows Search did not find the file. Then when I tried to search for all files, the Advanced Options will not let me put in All Files and it's only giving me the option of choosing only one file type such as Adobe or Word, etc. Does anyone know how to reset this to search all files??
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