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mick burnage

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the code that i am getting on my toshiba a130 laptop is

stop :ox0000008e ( 0xc0000005,0x8056f88b 0xbaaafa94, 0x00000000 )

can anyone please help iam normaly good with p.c's as i build them for friends and family mainly as a hobby but this blue screenn is beyond me

thanks mick
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You will no doubt know from your experience that this usually indicates a ram isue. However it may not be faulty ram, but a memory issue caused by a driver or process attempting to access memory at a higher level than authorised.

Download this and run it, click the anlayse button and if crash dumps are enabled, it will provide you with the likely cause.

Then if appropriate run memtest or phiyscially test the ram if more then one stick is inplace.

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