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Restart; Press F8 to bring up menu and choose "Low Resolution".
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I got just as far as before, and same BSOD.
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Hi kinyo,

What I'd like you to do now is to trim that workhorse. Lets try it with only 2G of RAM (were going to use one stick at a time).

  • Turn off computer.
  • As you have 4 RAM sticks, remove all sticks except the 3rd (third). Close cover.
  • Restart computer and see how far it progresses.

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I got BSOD again. And because I had a feeling the next thing you would say is "Restart and this time hit F8 and try low resolution." So I did all that too, and still BSOD
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No, I was going to say "Try the another stick".
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Try each stick? Does resolution matter?
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Try each stick? Does resolution matter?


Yes, each stick. Skip the resolution.

STOP 0x0000000A, 0x000000A (Parameter 1, Parameter 2, Parameter 3, Parameter 4) IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

The address of memory that was incorrectly accessed
The interrupt request level (IRQL) that was required
The type of operation, read-0, write-1
The address of the instruction itself


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I tried each individually, they all get the BSOD
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Not good.

You may now put everything back in. (including the video card and transfer cable to video card).

Turn on the computer.

Boot the computer normally and if gives you BSOD, restart then choose "safe mode".

Edited by Salagubang, 16 January 2011 - 09:30 PM.

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I got BSOD, so I tried Safe Mode. Then in "Setup is preparing your computer for first use" I get an error message saying: "Windows cannot complete installation in Safe Mode. To continue installing Windows, restart the computer."


How bad is this? Is my computer dead or can we still fix it? Is there a piece of hardware that worries you?

Edited by Kinyo, 16 January 2011 - 09:44 PM.

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So close and yet so far. Reboot now in normal mode.
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Yeah I know what you mean. But I got the BSOD again :D

I have created like 10 users haha
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What software did you use to create the recovery disc?
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In Windows > Programs or Accessories there was a program that said create Recovery CD so I did
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When pressing F8 during restarts, do you see an option that says "Repair Computer". If this doesn't work, you may need to borrow an installation CD somehow and well use it to do a clean install of your system i.e. Windows 7 Home Edition 64
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