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BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH


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Hello guys I have a strange problem my computer keeps booting into a blue Screen I can access my BIOS and safe mode, but I donít know what to change to make it go away I did sum Google searches and all I could find out was that it was called the blue screen of death. ever time it comes up I see it saying something about a page fault in a non page area and I see a singe that says Stop Error with sum wired code that goes like
0X0000000 0X12F4c78 I would greatly appreciate if you guys could give me sum suggestions on how to troubleshoot it, Memory testing and so on.

Iím running windows XP on a Pentium III with 250 MB of ram Pc 100 with a 80 gig WD
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Don't need to create 3 exact topics about the same dang thing.

The blue screen can mean a lot...

RAM troubles.
CPU failing.
overheating.
etc.

Got good cooling? Has this happened before? Have you done a virus/spyware scan recently?
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Omg im rely sorry Your guys site was lagging and i was clinking on submit i didnít know if it went in.
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The Pc isnít connected to the internet its a work computer that jest sits at home its very old though so i wouldnít know why it would have viruses should i do a mem test can you recommend something.
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