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petekrem59

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Every time my computer startups, there is this rundll error which says that it cannot find C:\Windows\system32\it8wxer0.dll, and shortly after, like in 20 seconds, there is a BSOD, and my computer has to be shut down. I cannot post a HijackThis log, because there isn't enough time between startup and the BSOD for me to do so, and safe mode does not work. What should I do? Please advice.
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Anyone help?
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Is it just me or am I being ignored? i need help, urgently! Is there any way I can solve this even without a hijackthis log? Or is a format necessary?
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replying to your own thread is causing it to be over looked as people think your being assisted.

when your system blue screens, there will be a bunch of info on that screen. I need the stop code. It will look something like stop: Cx00000050
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Hi

Thanks for the reply, and sorry for my late answer. This is the stop code:

Stop 0x00000050

Hope to get my problem fixed.
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This lends me to believe that you have a problem with the systems memory.

Click this for a guide to using Memtest



Click this to download Memtest

Run it overnight if possible

If this seems a bit intimidating, then you can try using the Microsoft Memory diags
http://oca.microsoft.../en/windiag.asp
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