> davidbalazic wrote:
> > Kurt Pruenner wrote:
> > > Mutzimaro wrote:
> > > my system suddenly crashed (Windows Blue screen) and rebooted.
> > Make sure you turn automatic rebooting off (uncheck My Computer >
> > Properties > Advanced > Startup & Recovery > Settings > Automatically
> > Reboot) as the blue screen might show the name of the file that caused
> > the BSOD in the first place...
> Or check the Event Log, it might be already recorded there. And if
> Error reporting is enabled, a dialog with a link to the solution
> might also appear.
I have tested 5 more times..
Before test, I turned automatic rebooting off to watch out that BLUE SCREEN..
Of course, I disabled all the other programs & minor services (including Virus-Checking).
At the 1st test, my system crashed with full physical memory dump (2GB).
Blue screen only gave me;
BCCode:19, BCP1:0x00000020, BCP2:0x89acc120, BCP3:0x89acc238, BCP4:0x0a230001
with some usual descriptions.. (ask your admin...blah blah blah...)
There are 5 critical system error event logs and 2GB physical memory dump data.
All of them are related with this crash issue. (category number is 102.)
However, I cannot find which driver cause this from these data..
BTW, during my test, I've got a little funny thing..
for example, suppose I have the following source tree.
└─AA (15MB, 300 files)
└─BB (400MB, 2 files(250MB & 150MB))
├─CC (1MB, 5 files)
├─DD (20MB, 100 files)
└─EE (5MB, 50 files)
Crash always happens if I check-out this proj at <PROJ_ROOT>, "AA".
However, if I just try to check-out "BB" (including sub-dirs), there's no Crash...
Checking-out "CC", "DD", "EE" (separately) ?
(I feel torture....God save me~, plz~!)
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Received on 2009-02-05 08:44:51 CET