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Type 'sfc /scannow' without the quotes. This will check your Windows installation and try to correct any errors it finds. It could also be a physical problem on the hard drive. Matti Apr 18, 2004 #16 lisauk TS Rookie Same problem NOT A LATOP I have this same problem, it has happened over the last 2 days. I have a Dell inspiron 2650 and Norton Anti-Virus 2003.
no luck so i did a little copy paste today, seems my registry has been compromised Event 10 (per event viewer)Windows (windows definition)Operating SystemID: 10Source: Microsoft-Windows-WMIVersion: 6.0Symbolic Name: WBEM_MC_CANNOT_ACTIVATE_FILTERMessage: Event filter I halved my CPU temp. Only in Windows XP. Yeah, my shutdowns on Full Scans vary, sometimes almost immediately, and sometimes after 80% completed.
peterweb Guru Mobile Master Norton Fighter25 Reg: 17-Apr-2008 Posts: 17,116 Solutions: 577 Kudos: 2,921 Kudos0 Re: Windows shut down during full scan Posted: 14-Jan-2015 | 9:04AM • Permalink Another thought. Wait until a log file opens. I've been working with support and not really getting a fix but something support had me try has helped. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/protect/forum/mse-protect_scanning/computer-shuts-off-during-virus-scan/93e14285-8488-4415-b443-5b9ad7cc2b7d Cheers, Neuro Mar 29, 2004 #14 ryan179 TS Rookie Virus shut down on scan I too am having the same problem.
It's either dust or just beyond it's expiry date!I'm starting to suspect that the stock Intel cooler is the problem. Dinx 13.11.2013 16:43 QUOTE(Rodion Nagornov @ 13.11.2013 10:50) Guys, try to fulfill the following diagnostics:Sudden reboots and shutdowns can be caused by overheating or hardware malfunctions, most common of which is I have not been able to do a full virus scan with nortons antivirus 2004 without my toshiba satellite shutting down about 5-9 minutes into the scan. Right click on cmd.exe and click on run as administrator.
It scanned with a-squared, mbam, and superantispyware just fine, but didn't find any problems other than a trojan downloader that was easily removed(but I'm pretty sure was a false alert anyway). This will remove all files from the items that are checked so if you have some cookies you'd like to save. Please note, that this program will not unhide removable drives like flash cards and usb drives as the FakeHDD rogues do not target these types of drives. Jan 21, 2004 #4 ak_in_charge TS Rookie Posts: 119 You may already have a virus on your computer that is causing it to shut down.
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This morning I was able to run a quasi complete scan and I found a virus, but I don't think it was a very dangerous one. been away for a week with work and no replies. at least we're all together on this one.... his comment is here These programs include ones in your startup folder, Run, RunOnce, and other Registry keys.To disable an auto-start entry uncheck its check box."SUPERAntiSpyware:http://www.superantispyware.com/Please report back and let me know whether SUPERAntiSpyware found/fixed
Sep 26, 2004 #19 rangerhawk TS Rookie Just a quick note to mention that I have had this exact problem for the past 3 months. Probably the heat sinks are jammed because of dust, that in turn does not exits the heat that in turn does not cools off the CPU that in turn shuts down Sign Up This Topic All Content This Topic This Forum Advanced Search Browse Forums Guidelines Staff Online Users Members More Activity All Activity My Activity Streams Unread Content Content I Started Login now.
n7gmo46c.exe) and allow the gmer.sys driver to load if asked.Note: If you downloaded the zipped version, extract the file to its own folder such as C:\gmer and then double-click on gmer.exe. If it turns out to be the problem, is there any upgrade on a CPU that one can install, or can you replace it with a more powerful unit? Several guys found huge dust quantities within their computer. weblink Click here to fight backIf I have helped you fix your PC then please donate.
But there were no detected viruses. And apparently, it is a very common problem spanning several different models of high-end Pentium III laptops. This did not work either. Re: Virus Scan causes computer to shut down jaitly Dec 23, 2012 12:39 PM (in response to tomato) Look into the heat sinks and their proper ventilation.
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