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BSOD Error oxoooooo7E and oxoooooo19


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connxcru

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Hello Geeks,
I have a relatively old SAMSUNG A10 with Windows XP Service pack 3 installed. I continuously get one of two errors. The fist is oxoooooo19 and the second being oxoooooo7e. I would be grateful if you could offer some kind of assistance.

Many thanks.

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Let's check your memory and make sure there is no issue with it. Download memtest86 from the link in my signature below.


Get the file that is named Download - The one you want is "Download - Pre-compiled Bootable ISO (.zip). When it downloads, it will be labeled memtest86+2.11.iso.zip
Unzip the file once you download it. You should have a .iso file in the unzipped directory. It will look like a zip file in some cases but the file name will now be memtest86+2.11.iso

if you don't have a burning program that will burn .ISO files get burncdcc in my signature below.

NOTE...do not put a blank cd in until burncdcc opens the tray for you
1. Start BurnCDCC
2. Browse to the ISO file you want to burn on cd/dvd ....in this case its memtest86.iso
3. Select the ISO file
4. click on Start

Make sure the bios is set for the cd drive as the first boot device
Put the cd in the cd drive and then boot your computer.

Running the Diagnostic Program:

The basic diagnostic screen has five main sections of relevant information. Three at the top which are labeled, PASS %, TEST %, and TEST #. This will basically show you the total progress of the current test, the overall progress of the diagnostic test, and the test number is currently performing.

On the middle left hand side of the of the program interface there is a “Wall Time” section that will keep track of how long the diagnostic test has been running for. This just gives you an idea if you are not attending the testing process.

The main section to look for is the lower half of the screen which is usually blank. As long as the memory testing is going ok with no errors this section of the screen should remain blank. If the diagnostic program finds any serious faults in the memory you will see it display a memory dump of address’s in this section. This is similar to what is displayed on your screen when you encounter a blue screen of death.

You now have most everything you need to know about setting up and testing your memory with diagnostic programs. This guide should help you get to the source of any intermittent problems related to your memory.


Run memtest for at least 2 hours
If it starts showing any errors during that time then you will have to replace the memory
If there are no errors after 2 hours press Esc and that will end the tests
We will then try other options
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connxcru

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Ok,
First issue was that when I downloaded memtest86 it came across as a .img file and a .CAT file. Strange huh? I tried to burn the .img file with Nero on my vista based desketop then transfer it over but XP would not recognise it on bootup even after modding the boot-up sequence in BIOS setup.

Any ideas from here?

Speak soon and ty so far.

Connxcru

Edited by connxcru, 01 July 2009 - 04:56 AM.

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You ha70`ve to burn it as a ISO file
When you download it you will get a zipped file.
Unzip it and then burn it using the burncdcc program.
Do not make disk bootable as the iso file will do this on it's own.
You have something that is associated with the ISO file making it look like a Image file.
If you unzipped the file and then unzipped it again then thats why you are showing 2 files. When the ISO is burned to a disk there will be 2 files on the disk instead of just one.
Stange how it works but the ISO makes the disk bootable but it does it in a certain order.
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I tried to download it again but still, it comes in as a .rar file, inside it is a folder called boot, inside that folder are two files, one called BOOT.CAT and one called MEMTEST.IMG. I attempted to burn the .img file using your burning software as well, but even after that the cd does not work. I looked into what was on the CD, it appears that nothing was burned to it which concerns me even more and confuses me a lot. :) . And also I only opened up the file the once, so I don't think it should have seperated them. You were right about the file association though, the .img file is directly linked to Nero 7 but I don't think that should be causing an issue, should it?

Edited by connxcru, 01 July 2009 - 09:37 AM.

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OK I see what is happening. It is a common mistake with this program.
Unzip or unrar the original file.
Then the Boot file is what you burn to a cd or dvd depending on what you use.
The Boot file will make the disc bootable. If you go into the Boot file then you have gone one step to far. I hope this explains it better for you.
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Tried doing boot.cat, didn't work. tried both and failed.... Running out of blank cd-r's now :)
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Open Windows Explorer.
Navigate to: C:\Windows\Minidump folder.
If you see any .dmp files, zip all of them, and attach zipped file to your next reply.
Vista users You may need to copy .dmp files, paste them into some other folder, or desktop, and zip them there.
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