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jullio

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Hi! my computer encountred an error, here is the scenerio:

i opened my pc and then run some applications (excel, word and pinball) when suddenly it hang then the blue screen of death appears. and it says: "a process or thread crucial to system operation has enexpectedly exited or been terminated."
and here is the technical information: ***STOP: 0X000000F4 (0X00000003, 0X8208B020, 0X8208B194, 0X805FA160)
and also it says "beginning dump of physical memory" i restart my computer and then it just display Detecting IDE Drives...


i try different things like clearing my cmos, running chkdsk, running some antivirus, pulling out my hd and rams.

if you know or encountered this kind of error and know how to deal with this please tell me.

THANK YOU!

Edited by jullio, 12 March 2008 - 04:18 AM.

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First off was something wrong with the computer that you needed to open it for? If not I'd recommend keeping the case closed as much as you can :)

Doing some forum/Google browsing I ended up finding: http://support.micro...kb/330100/en-us

That seems most relevant to your problems but this definitely isn't my forte.
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