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Too bad still get the error
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Ok...

Let's troubleshoot a few other possible causes. Download Speed Fan (Click on the SpeedFan 4.28 link in the second paragraph), install it, and run it to monitor voltages and temperatures.

Post me the temperatures you see after the machine has been running a few minutes.

This can also be caused by a misbehaving stick of RAM...we'll look into that next.
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Temp 1 88
Temp 2 98
Temp 3 98
HD2 88
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If those temperatures are *C, there's your problem.
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Nope F
Temp 1 30
Temp 2 36
Temp 3 36
HD2 35
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Whew! Ya scared me there... :whistling:

Do you have any external hardware connected other than the keyboard and mouse? If so, disconnect any you have connected.

Download MEMTEST, extract it, and run it. This will test the reliability of your RAM memory. Be sure to follow the instructions.
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The HArd drives are now disconnected. I ran MEMtest over night a day or so ago. No errors.
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What all do you have connected now in the way of hardware? The less you have connected, the better for the moment.
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I have my DSL Modem, floppy, DVD, DVDRW, Monitor, wireless mouse and keyboard. I think that is it.
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Still getting the error?
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yes. I have to take the kids to ball practice, I should be back in a couple of hours, hopefully you are still around
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You don't by chance have a Logitech mouse?
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Nope my mouse and keyboard are Dell.
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Do you have 2 or more Anti-Virus protections with the Auto-Protect feature running at any one time! This has been known to cause bsod's !!
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The only Antivirus I have installed is Norton 10.02.
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