Top reasons for random, fatal crashes in Windows XP and Windows 2000

Windows XP and Windows 2000 are both supposed to be (and typically are) much more stable than Windows 9x/Me, but there are still things that can bring down the entire system in a heartbeat, displaying the BSD (Blue Screen of Death) or simply restarting.

Checklist

  • Power Supply
  • Mix of FAT32 & NTFS hard disks
  • Audio Card drivers
  • USB Hub
  • Overheating
  • Bad memory

For further details, please go to annoyance.org

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