I have checked and I have the latest drivers for my system and I did all the pre-req steps prior to posting this help request (Which included the memtest86)Zenosincks said:Try installing the latest drivers for your devices and testing your RAM with Memtest86.
I let memtest run for 7 passes with zero errors. After the 8th reboot today I gave up and just reinstalled windows xp, seemed to be the best choice and it will give me a fresh install to work on. I really appreciate any and all who read this, from what I have read on these boards, you guys do a great job... keep it up... ;-)Route44 said:Two errors are 0x0A and they site the NDIS.SYS driver (Network Driver Interface Specification) which is part of your Windows OS.
This Windows stop error indicates a problem with your Network card or Network subsystem in Windows.
Three errors of 0x0A and they site the SCSIPORT.SYS driver which is a port driver of your Windows OS. Many people have had issues with this driver and from what I have read there are patches released by Microsoft.
* How long did you run MemTest, i.e., how many passes?