Frequent unexplained re-boots into BIOS.

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  2. Posts : 255
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       #22

    Not sure what you are wanting.
    The previous V2 runs were OK you said.
    Do you want me to force a BSOD by running Disk Genius to the point where it causes a BSOD and a screenshot of BSOD which I wouldn't think is possible once it has got to that stage.
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  3. Posts : 41,313
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    If possible, post images of Disk genius results.

    V2 collects logs and it may have dump files and / or BSOD reports.
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    zbook said:
    If possible, post images of Disk genius results.
    Do you mean something like the following?

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  5. Posts : 41,313
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    Ok.
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  6. Posts : 255
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    As I said in an earlier post, it ran OK from start to cylinder 19156 when it locked up for 30seconds or so and then crashed to BSOD. Re-started it at cylinder 19157 and it then ran to end without problems. Overall apart from less than 10 yellows and 2reds, all were either green or blue.
    As the few mentioned above had occurred in the first run (up to cylinder 19156) before the BSOD there was no report. The 2nd run, starting at 19157, completed without problems so was reported as in Matthew's example.
    The latest V2 report is attached. This followed the BSOD from this morning. No problems since then.
    Frequent unexplained re-boots into BIOS. Attached Files
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    Overall apart from less than 10 yellows and 2reds, all were either green or blue.
    This is an indicator that the drive is beginning to fail. When the RED Bad Sectors are near the front of the drive it affects booting the computer. The HDD may have a little life in it, but you should make plans to replace the drive at your earliest convenience
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  8. Posts : 41,313
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    The logs displayed many BSOD.
    There were no collected dump files.

    Ideally problematic hardware is removed or fixed.

    Use the reliability monitor to monitor for BSOD:

    Reliability Monitor is the Best Windows Troubleshooting Tool You Aren’t Using.
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       #29

    Yes, I had resigned myself to getting a new drive.
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  10. Posts : 41,313
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    Once there is a new drive the computer can be troubleshooted if there are additional BSOD.
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