I have a winxp dell laptop that is 6 years old (RAM replaced 2 years ago).
So i was on the internet this morning, reading an article when suddenly I got a BSOD about my ntfs.sys driver. I wasn't doing anything unusual at the time and I haven't installed any new drivers recently or added any new hardware.
On reboot, more often than not I get a BSOD or sometimes I get through to XP and things are ok for a bit.
I have had the following stop codes and messages over the last few hours since the problem began:
Page fault in non paged area with stop code 0x050
Pfn List corrupt
stop code 0x08E
I had a look on the Internet and found that my memory may be the problem so I ran memtest+. I did one pass and there were no errors.
(also, I tried to used eventvwr.msc to get more information on the BSODs but it said the log file was corrupt? I've cleared it for now)
Any idea what's going on?
Edited by makihara, 04 September 2011 - 06:59 AM.