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Windows 7: [Problem] "Check for solutions"


18 Jan 2011   #1

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 
[Problem] "Check for solutions"

Brief introduction:
I'm Rob and I'm literally new in this forum (haven't done any searches to my problems as of now) and would like to have some help regarding my current 3 problems in my main computer (OS-related?). I'll do some searching here when I get some time, probably tomorrow (2:00am here already)

I decided to create 3 separate thread for my 3 problems but I'll insert the links here.
I hope it's okay for the administrators.

[Problem] "Repair Your Computer"

http://www.sevenforums.com/general-d...ml#post1190630


If any details are needed, just ask me

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Check for solutions

I just checked a message from my main computer and I... darn I accidentally closed the window for "Check for solutions"

If I remember correctly, here are some things that are listed when I viewed it's Details:
WD-(some numbers?).(I forgot)
sysdata.xml
WERInternalMetadata.xml

I'll try to update this if I got it again.. Maybe someone got some clues on what it is?

I have other problems but I don't mind looking for solutions since it's about my games and it's summary is "Stopped working"
However, for the "Windows" part, I have 2 problems for it (it's actually 3 but I tried sending it awhile ago for solution and only the 2 problem left behind): it's about "Shut down unexpectedly" and both has a Problem Event Name of "BlueScreen." I think it is related to my other problem regarding BSOD-ing during "Sleep" mode. I tried comparing its Details with the details I have saved in text format and it's the same.

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18 Jan 2011   #2
Microsoft MVP

 

When you have a bluescreen shutdown, it generates a file which can be analyzed in our Crashes and Debugging forum here.

Use this tool to upload the file and other requested information and you'll have the cause of the bluescreen soon after posting it all up: http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...tructions.html
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