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Startup error - 0xbaea370e memory could not be written

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Twice this week I have this error message "0xbaea370e - memory could not be written" on start up of my
computer (Dell XPS 400 - Windows XP).
I've shut down normally without any indictions of problems.
I have not installed any programs. I have not changed anything on the computer. Everything is status quo with the
exception of this error.
Could you please help me with what "may be an issue" and what steps should I take to solve this issue.
Thank You.
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This is usually related to a RAM issue. Best bet is to test your RAM with MemTest86 to ensure it is fully functional and not putting out errors.


Download the ISO and burn it using ImgBurn. A free application.

http://neosmart.net/...es with ImgBurn

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