4 stop error messages continuously

By sgrwlf27
Feb 1, 2007
  1. I have a sony vaio 2.3 ghz 1.5 mg ram os windows xp home and has been a wonderful system for 4 years till tthis: I was using videora and ipod converter 1 wk ago fri (7 days ago) and left a queue of videos converting at 3 am and went to bed. Next a.m. bsods of: 1. pfn_list_corrupt (tech info Stop: oxoooooo43 (0x00000099, oxooo127a5, oxoooooooo, oxoooooooo); 2. memory_management stop 0x0000001A (oxooo41284, oxooc8e001 oxooo515c7, oxco5o3ooo); 3. ntfs.sys page_fault_in_nonpaged_area stope: oxoooooo50 (0xb7bd625C, oxoooooooo, oxf7b52ea8, oxoooooooo) ntfs.sys addr: f7b52ea8 base @ f7b52000 Date stamp 411107eea. 4. page_fault_in_nonpaged_area stop -x------50 (-xA1cf61db,0x00000000, 0xbf808bef, 0x00000000)
    win32k.sys - addre - bf8088ef base @ bf800000m date stamp 43446a58; 5. after chkdsk: crql_not_less_or+equal.

    I have tried memtest and driver testing, having disabled mcafee, etc. and still I only have about 15 min in safe mode with networking to keep the system up. This was a great sys till now. What the heck is wrong?

    I unistalled all video pgms when I thot that was the issue; Still no change. I then ran checks. The only thing from forum reading I can get is that either there's a memoryh leak or h/w failure. HELP!!!
  2. cpc2004

    cpc2004 TS Evangelist Posts: 1,994

    Bugcheck code 1A is related to faulty ram.

    1. Reseat the ram to another ram slot.
    2. Downclock the ram

    If it still crahses. replace the ram
  3. sgrwlf27

    sgrwlf27 TS Rookie Topic Starter


    I have 4 slots (all filled); pc came with 2-256 cards and since the slots can't take more than 512, I put 2-512s in last summer. Now I did take them out and reseated; rebooted normally and got the following:

    Stop: 0x0000000A (0x5cc4cde4, 0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0x804fb337)

    That was actually my 5th stop error I got after running chkdsk and that's the only time this one had appeared whereas the other 4 alternately show up. What does this bugcheck imply
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