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Error code 1000008e and Error code 10000050, please help

By pavelkolp
Mar 14, 2008
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  1. Hello Guys Ive been having this problem for such a long time and Ive tried just about everything and dont know what the heck is going on. I am getting bsod everytime I try to install a game or an application, its really weird some games do install and some games dont. anyways I got a asus striker extreme motherboard with updated bios, 2gb ocz ddr2 800 ram clocked at 4-5-5-15 2clock +wtr 11, and 2.00 voltage, processor q6600 G0 CPU Temp 44c, Creative x-fi Fatal1ty sound card, BFG 8800GTS 512mb video card, Via Sata Adapter, 850w Cooler master Real Power PSU, ok guys I tried changing the ram, Ive tried changing the video card Ive tried changing the motherboard, and still no luck, I have windows xp sp2 32-bit edition, out of all my build over the years I have never encountered a problem so frustrating, all of my drivers are updated, I keep getting 0x00000008e and 0x00000050 both of these,
    code: Error code 1000008e, parameter1 c0000005, parameter2 09e8a300, parameter3 b1212958, parameter4 00000000. and
    code: Error code 10000050, parameter1 d5957048, parameter2 00000008, parameter3 d5957048, parameter4 00000000.
     

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  2. Route44

    Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 12,155   +34

    0x8E errors are nearly always hardware compatibility issues.

    0x50 errors can be caused by several things such as Defective memory (including main memory, L2 RAM cache, video RAM) or incompatible software (including remote control and antivirus software) might cause this Stop message, as may other hardware problems (e.g., incorrect SCSI termination or a flawed PCI card).

    Your first minidump pointed to a core Windows driver. Your second one was so corrupted the DeBugger could not read it.

    So...

    1. Run MemTest on your RAM for a minimum of 7 passes.

    2. Since it is an ASUS motherboard check the RAM capatibilty because ASUS mobos can be very picky about RAM.

    3. It could be a your voltage settings and this motherboard. Have you attempted different voltage settings?

    4. Have you overclocked and if so have you tried lessening any settings you have done?
     
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