sounds like something is busy going, how old is you Rig?
Remove all you're components one by one, witpe off with a clean lint free cloth and put them back. Sounds like a failing sound or graphics card to me.
Actually this sounds very much like a RAM issue. Either that or a malware problem.
My suggestion would be to download malwarebytes and some RAM diagnostics tool. I understand this may be a little difficult as you can't easily use the Laptop in question but try creating a new user account again.
The later suggestion, Malware, will mean that it is a System virus and the chances are it's not going to be easy to remove.
it just gave me another error code 0x000000D1, and this time when i restarted the computer it only went till the windows logo screen and then keeps on restarting over. it does not even let me go to the safe mode.
Hmmm, okay then lets think more on the hardware side. When your computer starts up hit either one of the F buttons or the delete key. This will take you too the BIOS settings. There should be some area for you to monitor your hardware.
What we are looking for is low voltages from the PSU, a drop at any time by as little as 0.4v on the 12v will cause your system to shut down.
after i turn on my computer, and it starts up and then freezes. it has given me a stop error code ox0000000A. i have also ran a memory diagnostic tool and hard drive diagnostic tool, both passed.
* Transfer ur Memory card to Slot 2 then start PC...or else try another memory (new) card..
* Try another HDD IDE connector if u'r using IDE (not SATA)
* Check the HDD power connector, it is oftentimes the culprit
sometimes the Red (5volts) or the Yellow (12volts) is loose.. use the spare HDD power connector of your power supply...