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how can i solve the problem of ''dpc watchdog violation''

hi I have pavilion g6 2201ax  pc . when I start work on it after sometime it showes a message that your pc have  dpc watchdog violation and computer can't solve it and going to restart and these messages shows again and again and pc restart again and again....

 

plzz help me to solve this problem...

 

 

thank you....

JB
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Re: how can i solve the problem of ''dpc watchdog violation''

Do you have an SSD installed?

 

You can download and run the free version of the utility called WhoCrashed? to help find out what is causng the error.

 

Best regards,
erico

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Re: how can i solve the problem of ''dpc watchdog violation''

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Do you have an SSD installed?

 

You can download and run the free version of the utility called WhoCrashed? to help find out what is causng the error.

 

Best regards,
erico

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Re: how can i solve the problem of ''dpc watchdog violation''

someone told me it will delete my all data saved in my pc. is it true..??

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Re: how can i solve the problem of ''dpc watchdog violation''

No. That is not true.

 

Best regards,

erico

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