drivers causing this or HD?

By madcatmk2123
Sep 22, 2005
  1. Hi, i recently got my comp back after getting a new MB in it since the last new one crapped out and after i installed a fresh copy of XP home on a reformatted disc i installed all drivers i needed to keep it running and nothing else, at one point i got an error message:
    0x000000050(0xff20b603, 0x0000001, 0xf05505a1, 0x00000000) and another

    0x000000050(oxe2f32f50, 0x00000001, 0xf7749n72, 0x00000001)
    ntfs.sys address f7749972 base at f7707000, datestamp 3c587990.

    After the one above this mesage happened on the same blue screen, everytime i cliked on something in windows it would load and then freeze and shutting it down through windows did nothing. I repaired windows and it worked enough to do this message (mind you half way through this i got an 0x8e). Is this caused by a driver or is my 200 GB Maxtor HD finally crapped out. I also get like 30 registry errors on the 200GB (using now) every time i load up windows and the 30 GB one gets an 0x8e every 30 secs when used, but that might be i didnt reinstall the XP with the new MB yet and that supposedly causes problems anyway. Sorry if this sounds randomly put together, ive retyped this message 12 times so far cause of comp failing. If you can help me, id greatly appreciate it. Thanks

    -MB =foxconn 661fx4mr-es
    cpu=P4 prescott 3 ghz
    ram = 1GB Kensington
    HD= western digital 30GB IDE(2.5 yrs old), 200GB ide Maxtor(1.5 yrs old)
    video= BFG geforce 6800 GT AGP
  2. Nodsu

    Nodsu TS Rookie Posts: 5,837   +6

    ALways test your RAM after moving it around.

    Also, download the HD diagnostic utilities from the drive manufacturers to test the drives.
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