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Blue Screen of Death


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88crewfan

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I get the Blue Screen Of Death error. I think I might get others ones than just this one, this is just the most recent one. If anyone knows my problem or what I need to do to fix this thanks.

IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
STOP 0x000000A (0xFFFFFFEF 0x000000FF 0x00000001 0x804E0417)
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Hi 88crewfan,
There is someinformation about it here:
http://www.geekstogo...des-t43519.html
If this does not resolve your issue come back to this thread and tell us what you have done.
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Ok, now I read that but I don't know what I'm supposed to do. It sounds like I'm going to need to replace things maybe? I don't really know. :whistling:
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It could be faulty hardware, or a bad driver. It could be a conflict.
When did the problem start to occur? Did you install anything lioke hardware of software?
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It started like over a month ago..I don't think I installed any hardware or software..
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At the bottom of the screen it will say a filename.
What file name do you get. (It may bemore than one).
Which Operating system are you using?
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I'll have to wait for the computer to get the error again to see that filename.

I'm using Windows XP.
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All I seen was Beginning dump of physical memory Physical Memory Dump complete. Contact your system administartor or technical support group for further assistence.

That's all I seen on the bottom of the page.

Edited by 88crewfan, 25 December 2006 - 11:10 PM.

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