STOP 0x000000F4 Error

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Hey i just built a new computer with the following parts:

AMD AM2 Athlon 64 X2 5200+ CPU
ASUS Crosshair Motherboard
Sparkle GeForce 7900GS (Overclocked Edition)
Patriot DDR2 800Mhz 2Gb (1 Gb Sticks in blue slots)
Western Digital 320GB HDD
Silverstone ZEUS 850W PSU (ST85ZF)

I keep on getting the following error when i copy large files off another computer over a LAN:

0x000000F4 (0x00000003, 0x85AF9020, 0x85AF9194, 0x805D1142)

When i went to get the parts the salesperson asked if i had ever put together an AM2 system before and i said "no" then he said "Put one stick of RAM in at a time (which i didn't rly get)"

Is there anything that you have to change in the BIOS or install the RAM in a certain way/order

I have ran a Memtest and it is all fine, i have also tried rolling the ethernet drivers back to previous versions but still no luck, i still get the same error.

If there is anymore information that you need please just post it

Oh and i am not able to get a memory dump its not there and i have tried all 3 options Kernel, Complete and Small they dont appear.


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A computer that is running Microsoft Windows XP or a later operating system stops responding during resume from standby, and you receive the following KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR stop error message:
0x0000007a (e163a3e4,c000000e,bf8e9313,0697f860)
0x000000F4 (0x00000003, Parameter2, Parameter3, Parameter4)
Note Parameter2, Parameter3, and Parameter4 in the stop error may vary.

This problem occurs on a computer in which Windows XP or a later operating system is installed on a hard disk that is configured as a subordinate and no other device is connected to the same IDE controller channel (primary or secondary).
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This behavior may occur when you use Windows XP or a later operating system with some motherboards. Microsoft is researching this problem and will post more information in this article when the information becomes available.
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To resolve this behavior, use one of the following methods:• For Parallel Advanced Technology Attachment (PATA) hard disks, configure your disk drive as master only. For Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) hard disks, connect the hard disk cable to a master channel SATA connector on the motherboard.
• Connect another device as a master, such as another disk drive or a CD drive or DVD drive.
• Change your PATA and SATA IDE cable even if the cable does not appear worn.
• Install Windows on a new hard disk because it is possible that your hard disk or your Windows installation may be corrupted.

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Steps to reproduce the behavior
1. For PATA hard disks, set the hard disk jumper to slave mode. For SATA hard disks, connect the hard disk cable to a slave channel SATA connector on the motherboard.
2. In BIOS power management, set BIOS to S1 or S3 (STR).
3. Install Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 1 or Service Pack 2.
4. Restart the computer.
5. Set the computer to Standby.
6. Try to resume the system. The system stops responding.

maybe this will help


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Buggcheck F4 is usually related to bad paging space. Run chkdsk /r and re-allocate the paging space.


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I write it in the command prompt in winxp???and when it finish how i re-allocate.It has as an option??


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