Let me tell you right away that I did search on this form,read all the topics about it and it didn't work for me. This is my info and problem:
Win XP sp3
2,54GHz,1,00 Gb of ram
I have new graphic and power system
It's restarting whenever he want
Blue screen message:
PCI.SYS-ADDRESS F77D1AB9 BASE AT F77CF000,DATE STAMP480252 bb
autoreboot is OFF
graphic card temp is 47 Celsius
fan is 40%
What is going on,anybody?
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Now, assuming you’ve got a good amount of HDD space, I’d start by updating the driver for your graphics card (you mentioned a new one); make sure you have the latest full version (i.e. not a beta), and if that doesn’t sort it, look through the drivers for your other devices, see if any of those need updating – personally I’d start with the motherboard chipset drivers.
~ The manual said "Requires Windows '95 or better" ...so I installed Linux!
In case the driver upgrades don't fix the problem, keep in mind that SOMETIMES a driver problem can be temporarily "fixed" by going back 1 or 2 levels, instead of using the very latest level. On occasion, a company may release a flawed driver or a driver incompatible with a configuration they did not test (e.g. a specific OS service pack). Until the company fixes the "latest" driver one may have to use an older driver. We've seen this a few times especially with graphics card drivers.
May I know what MOBO are you using and how many watts power supply is onboard.
Asus or something like that and how many watts,I don't know where to look for it,it's new installed few weeks ago.
PC is ok for now and it didn't crash for few hours.I hope it will stay like that. I upgraded what ever driver I could and it+s working but I still have blue screen when closing PC.
I see you said this was solved. Good. Here's something else you may want to try (this doesn't work for 7 or 8.) to shutdown XP FAST! When you start to shut down Windows XP, it has to quit, or "kill," any live applications or processes that are currently running. So close all applications first. However, some applications and processes are always running in the background. You can reduce the amount of time that Windows XP waits for those applications and processes to close before Windows XP kills them. Edit three different Registry settings (only if you are comfortable with hacking the registry)to change this:
1. Open the Registry Editor (Hit run, then type in regedit).
2. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop. Select WaitToKillAppTimeout and set the value to 1000.
3. Select the HungAppTimeout value and set it to 1000 as well.
4. Navigate to HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\Desktop. Set the WaitToKillAppTimeout and set the value to 1000. Select the HungAppTimeout \newline value and set it to 1000 as well.
5. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control. Select the WaitToKillServiceTimeout value and set it to 1000.
6. Close the Registry Editor.
Automatically Killing Tasks on Shutdown
You know the drill. You start to shut down the computer, you wait a few moments, and then you see a dialog box asking if you want to kill an application or service that is running. Instead of prompting you, you can make Windows XP take care of the kill task automatically. Here's how:
1. Open the Registry Editor.
2. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop.
3. Highlight the value AutoEndTasks and change the value to 1.
4. Close the Registry Editor.
Warning. Any windows open with data you haven't saved will be lost. Make sure everything is saved before you shut down after doing these. Reply to this if you have any questions. I see you only have 1 gig of memory. You may want more. XP can use up to 3 gigs or so.
As for the bug check codes, 0xC0000005 is referenced by MS as being an error in your Microsoft Visual C++ .NET 2002 Standard Edition program. Uninstall it and reinstall it or a later edition.
Make sure to save your settings before making the changes. When you get to Desktop right click it and hit export. Name it anything you want and save it as a .reg file where you can find it. If you make an error you can double click the file you exported and return the registry changes back to the original settings. Do the same thing to the entry where you go to control.