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malmal

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I was watching Voyage To The Planet Of Prehistoric Women, when during a exciting part the machine rebooted.
I looked up the error code for the time of shutdown and it gave me:6009 Microsoft ® Windows ® %1 %2 %3 %4.
So I went to:http://www.microsoft.com/technet/support/ee/transform.aspx?ProdName=Windows+Operating+System&ProdVer=5.2&EvtID=6009&EvtSrc=EventLog&LCID=1033.
It says I pressed shutdown, but I did not have the keyboard or mouse near me.
This happened once a few months ago, but the computer has been running great otherwise. I have watched many DVDs [20] between the first and second time.

winXPx64, biostar socket 775, 3 gb ram,ATI 3450, audigy, Enermax 450 Watt :)


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malmal

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Increased the rpms on the inlet and exhaust fans. Increased the cpu limit from 65c to 70. Thinking about getting a bigger psu.

Also looking for Return To The Planet Of Prehistoric Women. When I play that it will no doubt give me more solid error codes. :)

ps I played Voyage again straight through with no probs

Edited by malmal, 23 August 2009 - 03:05 PM.


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malmal

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Goodbye :(

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anthonyaudi

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Its God telling you not to watch porn on your pc :)
seriously it`s an unexplained error or IT. Sometimes things just happen. I wouldn`t spend money where it`s not needed.
If it happened every day I would look into it. If it happened once then never again just think of it as a mystery of computers.

It is however most likely caused by a heat issue that the machine just stopped.

(Sometimes when I shut down my machine I can`t boot it anymore, I have to short the CMOS to get it to start again...for what reason I do not know, but that`s the fix to my problem.)

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Its God telling you not to watch porn on your pc :)


By now OP should already be blind :whistle:, since he reported this episode to have happened several months before he posted in AUGUST 2009....

:P

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Edited by jaclaz, 11 February 2010 - 04:32 PM.





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