At other times the system just shuts down totally and restarts, then I get a message "Windows has recovered from a serious error ...". I have got several error reports mostly to do with "Error signatures".
I submitted one of these errors to the Microsoft Online Analysis Crash site and got the following reply "Your system crashed because the random access memory containing Windows program code was corrupted. Microsoft is unable to determine if this corruption was caused by a hardware or software issue. The nature of the corruption suggests that a hardware issue is more likely. To determine if this is the case, Microsoft developed a Windows memory diagnostic that tests your PC memory."
I ran the Windows Memory Diagnostice (extended) tests, and got the following result: "WMD detected 71 errors. WMD could not determine which memory modules were associated with these errors."
Results by test showed:
MATS+ (cache enabled) 0 errors
INVC 3 errors
LRAND 0 errors
Stride6 0 errors
WMATS+ 0 errors
WINVC 16 errors
MATS+ (cache disabled) 0 errors
Stride38 0 errors
WStride- 0 errors
ERAND 52 errors
Stride6 (cache disabled) 0 errors
Could anyone advice me what to do next?
My PC spec is:
Pentium 4 CPU, 2.66GHz
RAM 1.00 GB, 2.68GHz (2 x 512)
Mobo P4 Titan DDR (AGP 8X)
Graphics card Assus GeoForce FX5200