BSOD. Please Help? my new pc

By metalfreak
Dec 18, 2007
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  1. Hi guys..I dont know why i'm getting blue screen of death

    Here are my specs


    Intel C2D E6550
    OCZ GOLD PC800mhz DDR2 1GB X 2
    Asus P5K
    ASUS 8800GT 512MB DDR3
    Western Digital 160GB SATA
    Silverstone Strider 560 watts


    I get blue screen of death pretty often...

    Attached are the dumps
    I dont the "Windows recovered from a serious crash" msg

    I hope you guys can help.
  2. If you know the error code you got when you got the blue screen, you can try and figure out what's causing the problem through a post I made in the Windows OS forum.

    I posted a link that will decode all the different errors. All you need is the first 0x000000X code. They usually post a walkthrough of how to possibly fix it, or at the very least describe what might've caused the problem to begin with.

    Check it out. It might help a bit.
  3. metalfreak

    metalfreak Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    yea thanks.

    I will try to take note of the error code

    previously , I did not know about the "Auto Restart" on error option.
    I found out about that after googling.

    I hope anyone else could take a look at those minidumps logs

    appreciate it.
  4. i forget how to turn it on or off myself.

    luckily for me though, i haven't had a blue screen in quite some time. in fact i can't even remember the last time i had a bsod.

    good luck with it. see if you can PM daveskater or didou. they are some very very smart people, and they're good with minidumps. or at least dave is. i know that.
  5. metalfreak

    metalfreak Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    OMG i forgot to state that i'm using

    Windows XP Professional SP 1

    XD
  6. metalfreak

    metalfreak Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Guys...I got the blue screen of death this time

    PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA

    its the RAM right?

    Error code 0X00000050
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