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2 identical computers restarting at random.


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Skaige

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Hello, this is my first post on any type of tech site regarding computer problems, and I'm hoping someone can help me. Recently my girlfriend and my computers have been rebooting themselves stop stop screen errors. The most recent one I have had is:

System Error

Category: 102

Event ID: 1003

Error code 0000000000000050, parameter1 fffffac002dba884, parameter2 0000000000000000, parameter3 fffff97fff6b1f7c, parameter4 0000000000000005.

Hers is:

System Error

Category: 102

Event ID: 1003

Error code 0000001a, parameter1 00000780, parameter2 c06ce658, parameter3 81420b54, parameter4 000004c0.

I am not exactly sure what to make of it. The computers are identical in makes. The only difference is I am running 64 bit, and she is running 32 bit, they have the proper drivers for each of the different OS types.

Windows XP Professional 64 bit (Hers is 32 bit)
Version 2003
Service Pack 2
AMD Phenom™ 9500 Quad-Core Processor
2.20 GHz, 4.00 GB of RAM

ATI Radeon Graphics Processor(0x9505) HD 3800 Series

KSI K9A2 Platinum Motherboard

Western Digital Caviar SE16 WD5000KSRTL 500GB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s Hard Drive

Unsure what could be causing this problem, just looking for a good start. I've tried to fix the problems a few times and have really gotten no where. Not sure what this could be, and am unsure on how to view my mini-dumps for further information. If anyone has any idea, please help...
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Hers seems to be

The PTEs mapping the argument system cache view have been corrupted.

Can anyone explain this in more detail?
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