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STOP codes But Ram issue...i think

By PhyGuy
Aug 8, 2007
  1. Hey,

    frequently ill be getting bsod STOP 0X0...50 and 0x0..24 meaning that the comp is trying to access memory that isn't allocated for it, or its ntfs disk driver is messed up on the 24 code. But i get the 50 much more then the 24 almost every day after the computer has been on for a few hours and typically if im running iTunes or doing something with video like on youtube. I didn't know if i should post this on OS things or hardware. My question is is there anyway to test if my RAM is faulty (besides memcheck 86 done that with no problems) or to test if my hd is faulty or if its the mobo. Or hopefully not but possibly the video ram. If any diagonistics are known that would be helpful to know thanks

    Windows Vista Home
    Intel P4 3.2 Ghz
    PQI DDR2 667 1GB x 2
    Nvidia Geforce 6600GT 128 MB
    SATA hitachi HD
     
  2. Tmagic650

    Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244   +234

    Your PC might be overheating. Are the fans clean and running properly? Is the CPU heatsink clean and free from dust?
     
  3. PhyGuy

    PhyGuy TS Rookie Topic Starter

    defintely got it clean it runs at about 41 C 105 F is that typical?
     
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