0x0000008E (0x0000005,0xB00D1A52, 0xB2570304, 0x0000000
nv4_disp.dll Address BD0D1A52 base at BD012000 date stamp 4227cla6
Any information would be most help and very much appreciated.
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first unplug from the wall and if its a laptop remove the battery...
remove 1 stick of ram and run memtest for 3 hours...swap that stick out and test the other/s one at a time until you find the bad part...you MUST replace the bad stick even if it only shows 1 error..replace it with the exact same brand and model...mixing brarnds is bad practice even though it will sometimes work...it will more often than not cause system instability...
Edited by Moose78, 06 April 2011 - 04:36 PM.
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