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BSOD, Machine check exception


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Machine Check Exception

0X0000009C (0X00000000, 0X8054DA70, 0XC43AC000, 0X00000136)

I started getting this a few weeks ago. I replaced my memory already but now i'm a bit stuck :whistling:

any ideas would be appreciated ! :blink:
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Have you tried removing all your hardware and booted?
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BSOD only seems to appear when provoking the system ie playing a dvd or burning a cd (these are separate drives)

The error report outlines it could be:
RAM
CPU
MAINBOARD
PSU

I have tested with different ram and psu. Just really don't want it to be my board or cpu becuase they are a couple of years old and that would mean a new computer !
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I once had a machine with a fried CPU or motherboard, I didn't know which it was. I went to my local computer store and they tested both for me. It turned out my CPU was fried and my motherboard was still good. I got a new (faster) CPU and it worked great.

you could go to a computer store and ask them to check your stuff. they will probably do it for free.
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Yeah, i might have to do that ! Thanks.
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You're welcome. I hope it turns out nothing is fried so we can fix the problem ourselves. Better safe than sorry.

Emery.

Edited by emery, 17 July 2006 - 09:31 AM.

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