|03 Sep 2012||#1|
Windows crashes, then upon restart powers off at "Starting Windows"
My computer has been crashing lately and I cannot find the reason why. I have wiped my hard drive and re-installed all my programs. This event can go weeks without showing up, and then occur 6+ times in the span of 3-4 days. When my computer does crash, it always freezes and turns off at the "Starting Windows" screen on boot up. It usually takes about 4 times turning on my computer to get it to actually work, no matter how long after the initial crash.
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|04 Sep 2012||#6|
Based on what i could see from the logs is that all errors are related to your application... like your games etc... caused msvcr90.dll... or the microsoft visual c++ runtime.... Updating this should resolve issue with that...
the main problem...is that there are no BSOD dumps to analyse and tell you that the crash was due to hardware or software.....
So based on what you said... since the crash mostly occurs during startup...
lets first enable bootlogging ....
You can enable or disable boot logging by using the MSCONFIG utility. Follow these steps in Windows 7 and Windows Vista:
After restarting your system got to your windows directory and look for ntbtlog.txt.. upload it here
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