I run a weather station on this computer. Originally I used a HP with 2.2ghz processor and 376RAM. It was about all the computer could do to process the video. That computer got hit by lightening so I needed to replace it. Instead of buying one from a name brand because I didn’t want
The first week I had it home, I got the blue screen of death and I took it back to the shop. I brought it home and all seemed well. No troubles for over a month. Then it happened again, but I didn’t take it in. It started more and more until last November it was happening every 4 days. Since then I have had the computer back to the shop 3 times and they say all is fine – It is a software issue. I explain to them that I ran the software on a less powerful computer with out any issues even though it was bogged down.
I have access to the software engineer through another forum and I will as him about the issue. This software is used world wide on all types of computers with out this issue, so I don think it is the software. Here is a summery of the blue screen message:
It says it has adequate disk space.
No driver is identified.
Recommends trying changing video adapter. (both the main board and video card are GeForce)
Check if the BIOS are up to date
Stop 0X0000007E (0XC0000005, 0X80536FB1, 0XB4E86A18, 0XB4E86714)
Then it does a physical memory dump.
And I find the blue screen. Any thoughts?