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BSOD help

By a82allison
Mar 5, 2010
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  1. Route44

    Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 12,140   +29

    Okay, your errors are as follows:

    0x8E which are almost always caused by hardware and are a good indicator of corrupted memory. it simply cited hardware as the probable cause.

    The following errors simply cited OS drivers:

    0xA which are caused by hardware or drivers; 0x1A - memory Management, and 0x7F which can be caused by several issues but corrupted memory is the the most common.

    Then you had another 0x1A and this one specifically cited corrupted memory as your issue.

    I know you ran Memtest before but run it again per stick for no less than 7 Passes each.
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