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September 26, 2006 1:24:06 AM

HI,
My workstation tends to shut down, i get this blue screen mentions certain errors.....
and i always have to re-boot.. this happens when i insert a cd-rom into my drive sometimes, i'll get the screen then it will shut down..

this has been happening ever since i have up-dated my bios....

is there anyway to get ride of that recent update to my bios..

i am running on a dual AMDS Opteron 242 1600 MHz
motherboard : MICRO Star KST Master 2-far
Bios : Phenix 6.00 PG

Also, when this happens, after re-booting.. i would ..let's say turn on my Photoshop or 3dsmax..

and i would lose my lience and would ahve to re-install...
it says my computer's settings have been changed.....

why is this..

pls help... it's kinda annoying when i'm working and i get this screen message

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September 26, 2006 1:32:25 AM

for future reference... the blue screan you have, is named "The Blue Screan of DEATH"

Microsoft tried to change the name to something else, but it was too late... now even their websites refer to this as the "Blue Screen of Death"

You must be running windows 2000... try updating all the software first... then contacting the MoBo manufacturer... there is also a dump file, if you post it... I may give you some idea what it means... but I forget where it is... its a ".log" in your base directory, or in your windows directory... I always find it, but it takes me a bit of time...

First I would go to control panel -> Administrative Tools -> Event Log

Then choose the "system" section... hopefully an error is mentioned there... post that first, for that is usually more helpfull, since its not so detailed...

Mike
September 26, 2006 2:15:04 AM

Why did you update your BIOS?

When will people learn????

There is only one reason to update a BIOS, and that is if the new BIOS contains a known fix for an EXISTING PROBLEM WHICH IS BADLY AFFECTING YOUR PC.

See?
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September 26, 2006 2:35:57 AM

Unless you own a Asus, and the company denies or doesnt publish known errors...

Damn Asus F#@$$%R's
September 26, 2006 3:08:25 AM

hi,

I'm running windows xp professional sp2.
the blue screen of death, won' that mean i won't be able to re-boot and use the comp anymore?
In my case, i jsut have to re-boot then i'm back up again.. like normal....
anyway i did what you siad, pls take a look at he event file..


there are "errors", when i click on them i get this message:

Error Code 100000d1, parameter1 00000014, parameter2 0000002,
paramter3 0000000, paramter 4 eed289c6

could this be becouse i updated my bios and using a ilegal version of xp ??
September 26, 2006 3:42:48 AM

Quote:
HI,
My workstation tends to shut down, i get this blue screen mentions certain errors.....
and i always have to re-boot.. this happens when i insert a cd-rom into my drive sometimes, i'll get the screen then it will shut down..

this has been happening ever since i have up-dated my bios....

is there anyway to get ride of that recent update to my bios..

i am running on a dual AMDS Opteron 242 1600 MHz
motherboard : MICRO Star KST Master 2-far
Bios : Phenix 6.00 PG

Also, when this happens, after re-booting.. i would ..let's say turn on my Photoshop or 3dsmax..

and i would lose my lience and would ahve to re-install...
it says my computer's settings have been changed.....

why is this..

pls help... it's kinda annoying when i'm working and i get this screen message


ok, this sounds fairly easy. there should be a jumper on the motherboard near the battery. take out the power cord and change the jumper over, leave it there for about ten seconds then put it back.
if you have no jumper on the mb just take the battery out.
September 26, 2006 4:00:50 AM

Quote:
hi,

I'm running windows xp professional sp2.
the blue screen of death, won' that mean i won't be able to re-boot and use the comp anymore?
In my case, i jsut have to re-boot then i'm back up again.. like normal....
anyway i did what you siad, pls take a look at he event file..


there are "errors", when i click on them i get this message:

Error Code 100000d1, parameter1 00000014, parameter2 0000002,
paramter3 0000000, paramter 4 eed289c6

could this be becouse i updated my bios and using a ilegal version of xp ??


Illegal version of XP? No updates?

ahh yes...

Blue screen of death is a crash... a restart will resume the system
September 29, 2006 9:23:17 AM

Your non windows programs are "seeing" different "hardware" because unfortunatley the programmers of the copy protection software are noobs and can't figure out how to tell the difference between firmware and hardware. You are probably having issues with your computer's stability because you did not install all of the latest drivers before you flashed, so try and update them to the latest now and cross your fingers. As for the licesnses i don' think youll be able to find a reasonable way out of reinstalling.
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