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Look in Device Manager (rt-click My Computer, select Properties, click Hardware tab, click Device Manager button) and look under Display Adapters. Are there any yellow ! or ? displayed next to it? What is the make and model of the adapter?
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There are no "!" or "?". It is an ATI MOBILITY RADEON 7000 IGP
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Just now when I attempted to start up again from hibernation mode, I got the following message on a black screen:

The last attempt to restart the system from its previous location failed. Attempt to restart again?
-Delete restoration data and proceed to system boot menu
-Continue with system restart

I tried the second option several times with no luck, but the first option worked.
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This happens when a machine accesses a corrupt or damaged "restoration file" when it comes out of hibernation. It's a known bug. The easiest way to avoid this error is to disable hibernation in Power Options.

Microsoft Article...such as it is.

Go to Event Viewer (Click Start, then Run, type eventvwr.msc, and click "Ok"). In the left pane, right click on "Applications" and choose "Clear All Events"...do the same for "System". Run the machine for a bit and keep checking the Event Viewer...when you see a new error show up in there, post it here for me.
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Just got kicked out of my writing program with the following error message:

PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA
STOP: 0x00000050 (0xEF372CD4, 0x00000000, 0xBF801D64, 0x000000003)
win32k.sys- Address BF801D64 base at BF8000000, DateStamp 43446a58

Under Event Viewer, in the System subheading, there is the following error:

Service Control Manager---7000
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Hello,

In Event Viewer today I found the same error message as the one I posted above.
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Are you able to burn an ISO image to cd? I'd like to check the RAM. (No floppy, if I recall, correct?)
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Could you tell me how to do that?

Got the following on a BSOD:
PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA
STOP: 0x00000050 (0xC4C53FE8, 0x00000000, 0x804E70D5, 0x00000000)

And another error in Event Viewer...same as the previous one.
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All of the recent errors can indicate a memory problem.

What burning software do you have installed on your machine?

Let's look at your Paging File, too. Open Control Panel and double click on the "System" icon. Click on the "Advanced" tab, then the "Settings" button in the "Performance" section. Click the "Advanced" tab and note the size of the Paging File shown in the "Virtual Memory" section. What does it list fo the size?

Edited by wannabe1, 16 July 2006 - 05:06 PM.

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I've got Sonic Record Now!

The size of the Paging File is 672 MB.

I received these two error messages today when I was trying to startup:

STOP: 0x0000008E (0xC0000005, 0xF7AA9BE1, 0xF7B8F7F8, 0x00000000)
avg7rsxp.sys- Address F7AA9BE1 base at F7AA8000, DateStamp 43fd0485

-and then a BIOS error that said BIOS is not fully ACPI compliant
STOP: 0x000000A5 (oxoooooo11, 0x00000007, 0xF79409E0, 0x0100000E)

For today, in EventViewer under Application, there is a Warning: Userenv with Event Code 1517.
Under System there is an error: Service Control Manager, Code 7000. Also, there's a Warning- Tcpip, Code 4226.
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Hey,

Just wondering if you've come up with anymore solutions. The problem is still kicking around.
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