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 Post subject: Blue Screen Appears Inspiron 15R N5110
PostPosted: April 17th, 2019, 12:42 
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Blue Screen Appears Inspiron 15R N5110

i made recovery but same conditions


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 Post subject: Re: Blue Screen Appears Inspiron 15R N5110
PostPosted: April 17th, 2019, 14:09 
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You made recovery so i guess you recover windows to factory state by re-imaging the drive so i assume you don't need the data, correct ?

Question do you need the data or not ?

If you don't need the data replace the HDD with a brand new one and test.

If you do need the data on the HDD send the HDD to a data recovery specialist or at least post more info here about the HDD itself ---

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 Post subject: Re: Blue Screen Appears Inspiron 15R N5110
PostPosted: April 17th, 2019, 16:30 
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Thanks for ur reply
But i think HDD is ok see the pic


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 Post subject: Re: Blue Screen Appears Inspiron 15R N5110
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If you don't need the data you can test the HDD this way :

http://www.hddoracle.com/viewtopic.php?f=117&t=1393

This is a DATA RECOVERY FORUM and not a laptop/desktop repair forum ....

If the hard disk tests ok (on another machine) and if you are still having issues maybe you have a virus/malware or there is something wrong with the motherboard, etc .... you did already test memory but you should still :

- Run a FULL scan to the HDD at least a VERIFY with MHDD/Victoria.

- Use something like memtest and do a full test for one day to see if RAM is ok.

- You can load a portable OS like mini XP from hiren's boot and then you can RUN something like PRIME 95. This will test the stability of the system like RAM and CPU cache, etc .... If you can run PRIME 95 for a day without any issue on a system (without error) and if a full scan on the HDD including a erase/security erase + scan (WITH DATA LOSS) doesn't show any problem i would risk to say that most likely you have software issue like virus damaging the OS, etc ...

If you don't need the data and you have recover media like install CD for your system you can erase the HDD using something like dBan, shut down system and power it up with the CD and re-install ...

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