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ye well all i can say i get blue screen of death out of nowhere so random and evertime i try to restart it i hear a loud beeping nosie well this is the error code
0x0000007f ( 0x0000000000080008 0x0000000080050031 0x00000000000006 f80xfffff80001865cdo well that is the error code please help me
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The most common cause for the STOP 0x7f error is a hardware failure, and the most common hardware failure for this error is a memory (RAM) failure (from this link: http://aumha.org/a/stop.php#0x7f )

So, start off with running the Windows Memory Diagnostic from the Safe Mode screen. Here's a link that describes it in more detail: http://www.bleepingc...utorial146.html
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