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Ok, im getting this BS blue screen coming up 3 or 4 times a day and its really dissing me off now...

recently i had probz with an activation problem... so i repaired windows, finally got it sorted...

then i had to re-install windows media player :@

now i get frequent lock ups, and this blue screen...

one that i can remember was a

"page_fault_in_non_paged_area"

it was to do with win32k.sys

another blue screen was another fault with win32k.sys

and i cant remember the other one... it wasnt to do with win32k.sys tho...

its really annoying now, and has only started happening since i repaired my XP...

I do not wish to completely reboot. But how do i fix it

Thanks

Edited by Keith, 19 April 2007 - 02:39 PM.

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Click this for a guide to using Memtest


Click this to download Memtest


Run it overnight if possible
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ok, do i need to post results or anything like that??
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There are two results, either it shows no errors, or it shows errors

If no errors then post back

If there are errors then you would need to remove / replace the faulty Ram

It is good to know the result though
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