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ooops. guess you cant curse here
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no it may just be ram try that 1st
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i have been having problem with restart and i used some of the infomaion above and the error that i got was

PFN_LIST_CORRUPT

STOP 0x00000043 (0x0000009, 0x00000099,0x00000000,0x00000010)

sorry if i left out any zeros
can someone help me
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I got another BSoD.  Different Message this time.  Let me know if you can help.

BAD_POOL_CALLER

*** STOP:  0x000000C2 (0X00000007, 0X00000CD4, 0X00000000, 0X83E42A00)

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0x0000000c2

Also did you take the ram out and put it in the other slot
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Well It's not the RAM..... I took my computer to Best Buy. They used a machine to test the RAM while it was out of the computer. They also tested the Hard drive and it came up clean. The motherboard was suspected as the problem. They sent it out for repair.... and two weeks later, the service center in Ohio gave me a new Hard Drive!!!! They switched the RAM slots so the problem no longer occurrs. But now I put in another stick of RAM... brand new 1 GB kingston. I know nothing is wrong with it. Same symptoms. I guess I'll have to send it out again :tazz: At least I got a free Western Digital 160 GB Hard Drive out of the deal. Now I got 2 160 GB Drives and an SATA 250 GB, all Western Digital.

Thanks for all your help but I think my problem is now in the hands of the complete idiots at Best Buy.
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sounds like the ram slot on the mother board
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