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Yet Another SYSTEM Reboot.


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Glad it is running, if you find the cause let us know
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actualy i got no clue y its runnign well. i tested 1 512 stick and it was fine, and i just exchanged for anotherone and put it in and scanned them the whole night they were fine. and lastly i updated my BIOS and reset my CMOS, thats about it i guess. but the scandisk with the run peramiter might have had something to do with it working now heh. who knows i did to much at once to find out, and as much as im hopeing it doesnt i think the problem might come back once i restart the comp. ahhh. i so dont want to do that. but ill have to soon enough. alright good night everyone, and good luck with your endevours.
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just to clerify, no i didnt exchange a perf good stick of ram i had another one that was bad. so now i got a gig of ram, yay for me :tazz:
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its called the "CPU Disconnect Function" no clue as of yet what it might be but i will ty and find out when i can, but its time for me to slep early mornin morrow.
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seems common to abit boards, at least thats what google brought up. anyway its a method to control heat. most people had set it to disabled unless they had problems with heat alrms going off.
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hey guys unfortunatly the restarting problems back it justdidnt happen yesterday but i got a blu screen today once again, so here we go again.

STOP: 0x0000007e (0xc0000005, 0x804e3d6e, 0xf7c82c74, 0xf7c82970).


arg just when i thought i was home free.
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check these kb articles out:

http://support.micro...=313050&sd=RMVP

http://support.micro...om/?kbid=818966

http://support.micro...om/?kbid=321637

http://support.micro...om/?kbid=313050

http://support.micro...om/?kbid=327863

http://support.micro...om/?kbid=822789

just a few left. see http://www.kayodeok..../kbasewinxp.htm for more info.
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im ganna look throught the last lnk and thanx again for your help. the otherones unfortunatly did not aply to me.
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is there a posibility that this problem might be caused by a slave HDD?
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yes, its possible. have you tested it to see if its good? tried different cables?
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holy f*** my computers problematic,
another BSOD

DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

*** STOP:0x000000d1 (0xfee56e49, 0x00000002, 0x00000001, 0xf6bc801e)
*** CTOSS2K.SYS AD6BC801E

i didnt get the rest of it darn.
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atleast kno that there is something up with my drivers now.
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ok, certainly could be your creative drivers. Finally a bsod with some substance...lol. if, after a clean removal and reinstall of the latest drivers it still continurs, pull the sound card.

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well i just got up and checked my event log it crashed once, unfortunatly the blue screen did not stay so this is the only info i got on it.

0x0000008e (0xc0000005, 0x805837a5, 0xed9ad1d0, 0x00000000)

man this is getting anoying i cant understand why it would be a prioblem now, the card used to work awsome, and still does. i updated its driver but still man this is getting anoying.
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any one know what i could use to view the .dmp files. and if i cant decifer em ill put them here. thanx for your help once more.
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