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jess3706

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Help!
First, thanks in advance for helping all us dummies who have NO CLUE! I get 0xF4 error. Can't even work on my computer. Every time I start it up it shows my background but before my icons even pop up, it goes to this appropriately named blue screen of death. If there is a way to work on it, I don't know it. Also, have lots of pictures on there, so I can't do a do-over!
P.S. - Is myspace really that horrible for your pc? I have a stopzilla something or other and the guy said it was the same as norton or mcafee. Did I get taken?
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Could be bad RAM so you'll need to test it by creating a bootable floppy with the small download here (direct download link):

http://www.memtest.o...1.65.floppy.zip

The bootable floppy it creates has the 'memtest' utility on it. Memory may come up OK after testing, but at least it's a good starting point by a process of elimination. The longer you can run the test on your RAM continuously (say overnight) the more thorough the test will be to give an accurate diagnosis of
how healthy your RAM is.

Edited by pip22, 17 December 2007 - 01:20 PM.

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