0x0000000A and 0x0000008e

By cerverus
May 27, 2007
  1. Hello Guys,

    I'm having random BSOD's with this mainly these 2 error codes, sometimes is the ending in "A", and sometimes ending with 8e, I run memtest86 and I dont detect a problem with my RAM.
    My video card is Nvidia FX-5500 si I also run 2 tests on this card:
    1.-Video Card stability tests
    2.-Checkit (Graphics and Video) tests

    I also run chkdsk /r and sfc but with no luck

    I'm attaching my minidumps to see if one of you can PLEASE help me interpretating so i can see whats the problem.
    I also follow a post that i found describing a possible error with "pe386"
    I run Norton and Avira but nothing too

    Please help :)
  2. peterdiva

    peterdiva TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 1,088

    Download Prime95. Select Options > Torture Test > Small FFTs > ok. Monitor the CPU temp at the same time and post back what it reaches. Also, do you have one or two sticks of RAM?
  3. cerverus

    cerverus TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 29

    maximun 32 Celsius

    Hello Petervida!,
    thanks for your tip, my temperature reaches 32Celisus as the maximun temperature, the message tha5t i have wafter the test finish is:
    FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.4995117188
    Expected less than 0.4
    Hardware failure detected consult stress.txt file

    What does this means?
  4. cerverus

    cerverus TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 29

    more info & new BSOD error code 0X0000007E

    I forgot to answer about the memory, i have 2 identical sticks of memory (Kingston) and I bought them at the same time in Kingston to be sure they were identical, also I dont read any error while i run memtest86 on them.
    thanks in advance for your time and help.
    My Video card is Nvidia FX-5500, CPU 3.4 Pent D, runing on WinXP Pro, with all the available patches
    I received a new error code as 0x0000007E
  5. peterdiva

    peterdiva TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 1,088

    Looks like you have a CPU problem. Drop the frequency of the CPU by changing the multiplier (in the BIOS) down a notch, e.g. 10x to 9x. Run Prime95 again and see how far it gets. If you get an error then drop the multiplier down another notch. If it becomes stable at some point then you'll know the problem is most likely with the CPU.
  6. cerverus

    cerverus TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 29

    I'll try your suggestion Petervida

    Ok and thanks a lot !!, you think that the processor could be deffective ?

    I'll do what you just told me and see whats happens, I'm planning to leave the PC working for a few days to be sure about the stability and I'll come back with my feedback and comments?
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