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Old 2004-05-22, 11:58   Link #1
pdenton
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random reboots during playback

Help I'm not overly technical minded and reached the limit of what I can figure out myself.

My pc keeps rebooting while I'm playing episodes on VideoLAN (on win2k). Sometimes it stutters then reboots sometimes theres no warning at all. Have updated drivers, and to DirectX 9 and didn't work. Also tried switching off avg and firewall which seemed to work for a bit but started happening again in the last couple of days. I tried turning off the automatically reboot on error option in settings as suggested for other similar problems but it didin't work and am now at my wits end.

Any suggestions?
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Old 2004-05-23, 22:54   Link #2
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Maybe you could give us some more information on the problem:

1. Log in as an Administrator
2. Open the Control Pannel
3. Open "Administrative Tools"
4. Open the "Event Veiwer"
5. Under "Event Viewer (Local)," Click "System"

Anyway, you'll see a long list of entries about services and other boering things. If you're lucky, there will be a few "X Error" entries around the time your computer blue screened. Any information you find could be very useful.
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Old 2004-06-17, 10:01   Link #3
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Originally Posted by pdenton
Help I'm not overly technical minded and reached the limit of what I can figure out myself.

My pc keeps rebooting while I'm playing episodes on VideoLAN (on win2k). Sometimes it stutters then reboots sometimes theres no warning at all. Have updated drivers, and to DirectX 9 and didn't work. Also tried switching off avg and firewall which seemed to work for a bit but started happening again in the last couple of days. I tried turning off the automatically reboot on error option in settings as suggested for other similar problems but it didin't work and am now at my wits end.

Any suggestions?
This is simple, but make sure your computer isn't overheating...
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