This was noted from a few causes. The worst one was a rootkit and then I've encountered hardware issues. The worst was a new mainboard (due to cost) and others being cheaper drives or ram.
To test if it's hardware I have to slip in a new HDD, restore to factory and test that without making any change from default (BIOS or Windows.)
There is also one other area. I've see this error occur with USB things are plugged in. Odd, but simple to test for. Unplug USB things.
When I leave my laptop(Samsung Rv510) on all the time and change when my computer sleeps,so that the
computer never sleeps, the laptop is fine, however if I put the laptop to sleep it won't start again, I have to put the Samsung recovery disc in and do a repair of the
Why does this happen?
This morning when I put the Samsung recovery disk in, it just loaded the windows files and said there was nothing to repair and my windows operating system started operating fine again.
I changed when my computer sleeps to 'never' so that I don't have this problem again.
Best regards James