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Blue Screen In Vista & XP & Windows 7

By OmarGW
Sep 30, 2009
  1. hello everyone,

    I've made what is impossible and what is not trying to figure out what causes this Blue screen but nothing was useful ,so PLZ help me.

    my Pc reports lots of Blue screens with diffrent error codes , i've tried windows Xp and Windos 7 Beta, and they are the same as vista "the same errors".

    my pc:

    1- intel P4 CPU 3 GHz
    2- MBoard: Nvidia nForce 610i with a 7050 gForce built in graphics with a Network adapter

    i don't have any external hardware and no cards attatched to the MBoard
     
  2. B00kWyrm

    B00kWyrm TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,553   +18

    Two of the minidumps specifically cite memory corruption.
    Several of the bugchecks are 0xD1 (without citing memory corruption).
    Several of the bugchecks point to TCPIP.sys.

    re: 0xD1
    These messages can occur after installing faulty drivers or system services. If a driver is listed by name, disable, remove, or roll back that driver to confirm that this resolves the error.

    re:0x4e
    This indicates that the memory management Page File Number list is corrupted. Can be caused by corrupt physical RAM, or by drivers passing bad memory descriptor lists.

    re: 0xA
    Since this is happening across operating systems (xp, vista, Win7)
    Here are the things I would suggest... probably in this order...
    Please post back with your results.
     
  3. OmarGW

    OmarGW TS Rookie Topic Starter

    First of all thanks for your concern,

    second:

    1- i used Memtest86+ V2.11 it didn't found any thing "Pass".

    2- i checked for drivers with Verifier, i selected All drivers and restarted my PC , second time windows started the CPU was busy for about 30 min , but it didn't show up any thing after that.

    3- i found only one Network driver in the device manger "maybe because i downloaded the latest pakage of updates for my mother board from NVIDIA " , but to know, the blue screen errors also happens when working with the drivers came with the MBoard.

    Thanks again for your concern and replay for my post.
     
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