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Windows 7: Windows is closing unexpectedly while using Handbrake and rendering

24 May 2012   #11
usasma
Microsoft MVP

 
 

Ahhh!!! A clue!!! If it closes when running Prime95, then it's likely a memory problem.

Prime95 stresses 3 different things:
- RAM
- CPU cache
- memory controller (built into the CPU on AMD X3 processors)

Run Prime95 with the Blend, Small FFT's and Large FFT's. Track the time until it errors out on you (either errors in the Prime95 program, or errors with the system stopping/crashing). These tests should be run at the same time in order to keep the results consistent. If it crashes fastest on Blend, then it's likely to be a RAM problem. If it crashes fastest on either of the other tests, then it's time to run CPU stress tests.

Then run some of the free CPU stress tests here: Additional Hardware Diagnostics


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25 May 2012   #12
hanuma

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

Bro I did all tests as you told. Windows crashing timings after starting every test like this.
Blend Test: 45 Sec Approx
Small TFT: 20 Sec Approx
Large TFT: 25 Sec Approx

So today I have contacted my processor's customer care center executive he told me to bring my processor to their Service Center after 2 days. I'll also go to RAM servicing center on the same day.

Any way thanks a lot for your support and nice to meet you bro. Again you proved SF is best...
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10 Oct 2014   #13
JTXHelp

Windows 7 Pro 32-bit
 
 

A simple solution that worked for me is to run HandBrake with a priority of Below Normal. This seems to prevent HandBrake from running at 100% on all processors and causing the unexpected and sudden shutdown.

I think the root cause is a Panic Attack!
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