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Msaada: Tatizo kwenye laptop

Discussion in 'Tech, Gadgets & Science Forum' started by Dumelang, Mar 25, 2012.

  1. Dumelang

    Dumelang JF-Expert Member

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    Jamani nina Dell yangu D620, RAM 1gb
    processor 2ghz

    ina tatizo unapoiwasha tu inaleta blue screen inaandika hivi:

    *hardware malfunction*
    NMI: Parity check/memory parity error

    ***the system has halted***
  2. MziziMkavu

    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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    Matatizo ya Laptop yako itakuwa ni Ram imekufa hiyo badilisha Ram weka ingine, au kama una ujuzi wa kuifunguwa Ram jaribu kuitowa kisha weka tena. Au jaribu Ku repair Windows unayoitumia kama una CD yake hiyo OS Windows. Pia soma hapa maelezo yake kwa urefu nanukuu.

    Hardware Malfunction Results in System Error Message

    This behavior can occur if a hardware component malfunctions, or if there are damaged or incompatible drivers installed.

    To try to resolve this behavior, use the following troubleshooting techniques. Because Windows can display only basic error messages when hardware malfunctions occur, troubleshooting can be difficult. Most equipment problems center around the motherboard, the RAM on a motherboard or on an adapter, or the cache memory on a motherboard or on an adapter.

    To troubleshoot basic hardware problems, try one or more of the following:

    Check the Memory

    Remove any extra memory modules that are in the computer, leaving only the least amount that is required for the computer to start and run Windows. Restart the computer to see whether the error messages persist.

    If the error does not reappear, the issue is isolated to one or more of the RAM modules that you removed from the computer. Continue to remove and replace the minimum amount of RAM required, using the memory modules that you removed. When the error returns, you have isolated the individual memory module that is responsible for the problem.

    This process may require you to restart your computer several times to pinpoint the specific memory module that is not working correctly.

    Replace the defective RAM module.

    Microsoft has released a software memory diagnostic tool, Windows Memory Diagnostic. Windows Memory Diagnostic tests the Random Access Memory (RAM) on your computer for errors. To download this tool, visit the following Microsoft Web site:Microsoft Online Crash Analysis
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    Check the Adapters

    Remove any adapters that are not required to start the computer and run Windows. In many cases, you can start your computer with only the drive subsystem controller and the video adapter.

    If the error message does not appear, one of the adapters that you removed is the source of the problem. Reinstall each adapter separately, restarting after each adapter is installed, to see whether the error returns. If the error does not return after you reinsert all of the adapters, it is possible that one of the adapter cards just needed to be reseated. After your computer is running again, monitor the computer to make sure that the error does not return.


    If reseating the adapters does not solve the problem, replace the adapter that is causing the error.

    Check the Computer BIOS/Configuration

    Verify that you have installed the latest revisions for your computer's BIOS or firmware configuration software. Go into the BIOS and set load Fail-safe defaults or BIOS defaults, disable any antivirus protection in the BIOS, and then set

    Plug and Play OS

    The type of hardware that your computer uses and the design of the motherboard determine what part of your computer's firmware can actually be updated. Various manufacturers provide diagnostic tools for troubleshooting.Solution

    Update the BIOS, the firmware, and/or the EISA configuration.

    If none of these procedures isolates or resolves the issue, the problem can be narrowed down to the motherboard, drive subsystem controller, hard drive, or the video adapter. Advanced RAID or other caching controllers can have RAM, processor chips, or both that could also be the problem. If the simplest configuration contains one of these advanced adapters, resolving the problem may require use of additional troubleshooting or diagnostic software, possibly using duplicate hardware.

    Check For Updated Drivers

    For additional information about updating drivers and managing devices in Windows XP, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:283658 HOW TO: Manage Devices in Windows XP

    source. Hardware Malfunction Results in System Error Message
  3. g.n.n

    g.n.n JF-Expert Member

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    Good job Mzizimkavu.
  4. Techintz

    Techintz Member

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    yap but try checking out your RAm maybe its the one bringing up the problems