I am having windows xp with 2gb ram and 250gb hard disk. every time i run my computer ,after working for 0.30-1hr ,the blue screen appears.it also happens if i open multiple apps at a time on my pc. here is the link with the ss of the blue screen [URL="http://i42.tinypic.com/a2yd8g.jpg"]http://i42.tinypic.com/a2yd8g.jpg[/URL] [URL="http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/502/20111117164624.jpg/"]http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/502/20111117164624.jpg/[/URL] please help me solve this.i am totally fed up with this.

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The issue of death and how to deal with it has already come to social media, with a number of social media sites having [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/reviews/post978070.html"]policies [/URL]on how to deal with dead members, notifying the dead person's friends, allowing people to memorialize the dead, and so on. But a new problem has been cropping up. With Facebook adding reminders to people to get in touch with their friends, it's inevitable that people have been getting some of these from beyond the grave, so to speak. It happened to me last summer; a few days after a friend died tragically in a …

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I have a dell mini inspiron 1011 running windows xp OS. I have had this for roughly 11 months (has 30 days left on the warranty). I turned my computer on the other day only to be confronted with the black screen explaining that windows has encountered a problem....etc and gives me the safe mode options (safe mode, with networking, with command prompt), Last known good configuration or start windows normally. I have tried all of the above and the eventual outcome is always the Blue Screen. This gives the usual message and a code. 0x00....( I can get the …

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It's not the first time that Johnny Depp has died according to the Internet, but this time he is not alone. According to an ongoing online campaign, celebrities including Beyonce, Bon Jovi, Brad Pitt, Cameron Diaz and David Beckham have all been killed in tragic circumstances. Perhaps surprisingly [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/thread306364.html"]Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber have escaped unharmed[/URL] for now. [attach]16854[/attach]The last time we reported that [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story254955.html"]Johnny Depp had not been killed in a car crash[/URL] there was no overtly malicious intent, but rather just Twitter getting carried away with itself after someone picked up on an old hoax headline which had …

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Hi, I have Windows 7 Professional 64 bit edition. After booting up and logging in I sometimes get BSoD. then the system reboots and I can log in normally. It doesn't happen too often, but it does occur often enough for me to notice there's a problem. Windows asks to check for a solution to the problem after logging in, but never gives me a solution. Any ideas on how to proceed and what to do. thanks in advance.

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According to [URL="http://www.bbc.co.uk/urdu/pakistan/2010/06/100615_face_book_update.shtml"]the BBC[/URL], although you'll need to understand Urdu to read it (here is [URL="http://translate.google.com/translate?js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&layout=1&eotf=1&u=http://www.bbc.co.uk/urdu/pakistan/2010/06/100615_face_book_update.shtml&sl=ur&tl=en"]a rough translation using Google[/URL] for your convenience if you don't), Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg stands accused of insulting the Prophet Muhammad in a Pakistani court filing under something known as 'Messenger Law' for which the punishment can be death. The case stems from a competition that a Facebook user started which invited users to 'Draw Muhammad' and led to [URL="http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/05/19/facebook_pakistan/"]Facebook access being blocked in Pakistan[/URL] back in May. A competition which proved quite popular with the Facebook 'Everybody Draw Mohammed Day' group …

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The [URL="http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/04/10/ad-industry-bans-targeting-people-with-cancer-ads-to-dead-people-allowed/"]New York Times[/URL] is running a really funny story, but with serious implications, at the moment. It concerns how the online advertising targets particular groups of people using site tracking technology. Apparently, if you have AIDS, cancer or suffer from an erectile dysfunction then your movements will not be tracked in order to throw related advertising in your direction wherever you go. However, if you are dead then expect to be inundated with ads. You can also expect to be targeted if you suffer from heart failure, warts and Parkinson’s disease – although not all at the same time …

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Many a gadget freak has claimed 'I would kill for an iPad' over the last few weeks, but as the world officially goes iPad crazy ask your self this: would you die for an iPad? That's the rather serious question being asked as the Chinese factory where the iPad is made comes under increasing scrutiny concerning the number of suicides amongst the workers there. According to [URL="http://www.morningstaronline.co.uk/index.php/news/content/view/full/90861"]The Morning Star[/URL] "Bosses at Apple contractor Foxconn admitted that at least 10 of their workers had now committed suicide while another 20 had tried to take their own lives at work" and the …

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The death of Guy Kewney early this morning is not only a huge loss to the world of IT journalism, but to the world itself. He deserves recognition as the first dedicated technology journalist, having started way back in the early 1970's, as well as devoted husband, father and a much missed friend. Guy died, aged 63, following a relatively short battle with cancer. He will perhaps be best remembered by those who have been in the technology game the longest, either working to develop the tech that we all take for granted today or simply using it. His interviews …

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HELP i installed 2 updates and my pc went CRAZY:icon_exclaim:WHAT THE HECK IS WRONG HELP MEEE!!i got a TOSHIBA satellite built in mic windows vista home premium!

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No sooner had the news of the untimely [URL="http://www.itpro.co.uk/blogs/daveyw/2009/06/28/that-michael-jackson-effect/"]death of Michael Jackson[/URL] hit the Internet than the vultures started circling. For once it was not the gossip columnists and tabloid journalists digging up the dirt, but rather spammers and hackers looking to exploit a golden opportunity to distribute their wares and expose a very sick sense of humour. The very fact that there has been so much media coverage of the Michael Jackson death, and at around the same time Charlie's Angels actress Farrah Fawcett lost her battle for life, pretty much paved the way for the spammers to be …

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In the past few months, I have seen a number of online community or social communication communities built specifically to communicate messages after death. Some of these sites have very strong presense in the UK. Imagine a Facebook for the dead. Would you join such a community or pre-make messages so it can be sent after death? This is one of them: [url]http://www.futuristk.com[/url]

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Bob Monkhouse was once best known for hosting Celebrity Squares and Family Fortunes on British television. Then in 2003 he died at the age of 75 and all went quiet. Until now, when it would appear that Bob is back from beyond the grave and posting jokes to Twitter. It isn't the first time that the comedian has made an unlikely come back since succumbing to prostate cancer in December 2003. A couple of years ago Bob posthumously appeared in a film talking about his death as part of an awareness campaign by the Prostate Cancer Research Foundation, courtesy of …

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New laws have just come into force in the UK which apply to motorists who cause death as a result of careless driving. The Road Safety Act 2006 has been changed to incorporate distractions such as changing the radio station, applying make-up or eating a sandwich while behind the wheel. It has also been beefed up so that whereas last week someone found guilty of the offense would have been facing a maximum UKP £5000 fine and some driving license penalty points, this week they are facing up to five years in jail. It gets better, or worse I guess …

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