Before turning the power off to your computer, make sure the hard drive's access light is not blinking.
If you do not know which light that is, just make sure none of the computer's indicator lights are blinking before you disconnect the power.
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It's happened to all of us, we're working merrily along on our computers when all of a sudden everything freezes up. This method can damage Windows files and will cause you to lose any unsaved work you open when the lockup occurred. This is the least desirable method as it is the most likely to damage your computer's hardware or software.
Chrome is installed and has the Flash plug-in, but I rarely use it.
Crashes seem to be completely random and unrelated to the content itself -- it could be simple animation or video, Actionscript or no Actionscript.
Again if you are uncertain as to which indicator light is the hard drive access light, just wait a few minutes and make sure none of the lights are blinking before you turn your device over and remove its battery.Select the most recent system backup and click Next. Step 7: When the restore has finished, you shoud receive a successful completion message. Step 8: When your computer has restarted, click the Start Menu and type Programs and Features in the search box.Step 6: Make sure your main drive is selected (most likely C:) and click Next. Press enter when the Programs and Features option is selected. Tell us about it (including the model of computer you have) in the comments.The problem occurs shortly after starting the computer.The specific error is: A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer. Technical information: *** STOP: 0x0000007E (0x FFFFFFFFC0000005, 0x FFFFF800020393AA, 0x FFFFFA60021EE7D8, 0x FFFFFA60021EE1b0) So far, we have found two methods to fix this problem.