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Blue Screen at random times !


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chrisxp

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Hello all,

This my first post,

I get the blue screen ar random times, sometimes i can go on my computer for 2 hours and not get a single blue screen, Other times i will get them every 10 - 15 mins or so.

I carnt understand why, but the error codes are often diffrent, the latest one is:

*** STOP: OX0000008E (OXC0000005,0X000000F2,OXEDDC2500,OX00000000)
Beginning dump of physical memory
Physical memory dump comlete

If anyone could give me any help on this i would be for ever greatful

Thanks in advance,

Chris
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Hello,

Just got another message:

On the blue screen.

*** STOP OX000008E (OXC0000005,OX00000000,OXED7BEAGC,OX0000000)

Thanks,

Chris
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ARRRHHHHHHHHHh

Got another one, I HATE this, every time i get a blue screen i gave to restart !!!

ok New one as follows:

*** STOP: OX0000008E,COXC0000005,OXBF808968,OXETSOAB14,OX0000000)

*** Win32k.sys - Address BF8089968 base at BF800000 Datestamp 43446a58.

Please, Please help me, iam on the edge of chucking this PC Out and buying a new one .

Chris
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stop error messages with 8e are usually hardware compatibility issues stemming from bad drivers and sometimes a need for a bios flash

I would start by updating all drivers on this machine by visiting the manufacturer website, then if the issues continue, do a bios flash, and if they continue still do a memory test with a program like memtest86 +

but start with drivers
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Hello,

Ok ill do what you said and ill let you no the results,

Chris
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