What the [bleep] is that all about?
Next are BSOD errors. Yes a plural. Not just because I get a lot of them but because I get a lot of them of different types.
It may be leaving pc on through the night idling, it may be playing a game, writing in word, browsing on interent, ... Anytime , anyplace it will apear. There is no use of counting what types of errors I get because I already said there are many types.
From Stop 0x0000000A, Stop 0x0000001E, Stop 0x00000050 to Stop 0x0000007A and Stop 0x000000D1. There could be many more of them that I got but I stopped writing them as I saw there was always a different one appearing.
I suspected with some help from friends a RAM problem. So I ran memtest and last time I saw the results it was around 600 errors. It never comes to the end of testing because a BSOD appears (what a surprise...).
So it might be drivers it might be not. When I got the pc back with new mb I didnt install any drivers for the new mb. But since I had so many problems I reinstalled windows and drivers I found on internet for the mb. Still have the problems.
Another reinstalling of XP didn't help either.
To buy new RAM is currently impossible for me due to low financial status. Doing driver's license and gotta have money for lunch at school.
Now if you could help me in any way to ease or solve this situation for me, I would be eternaly grateful from bottom of my heart.
Almost forgot to write my specs if need be:
AMD Athlon 3000+
512 MB RAM
GeForce FX 5700 256 RAM
Windows XP Pro SP2 build 2002