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I keep getting a blue screen:

STOP: 0x0000007E
USBPORT.SYS - Address F6A4B334 base at F6A43000. DateStamp 3b7d868b

:tazz: ;)

It happens at random times. I have just installed XP after installing a new harddrive
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Re-install\Update ur motherboard's USB drivers.

Edited by darth_ash, 13 August 2005 - 04:07 PM.

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I did that but it still does it
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It also says:
DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

then the USBPORT.SYS bit

Pleeeeeeeease help.
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This BSoD can be caused by Damaged RAM, Corrupt Driver.

First lets check whether its damaged RAM:
Download, burn and Run memtest86 (Bootable ISO version).

Update ur USB Controller drivers from u motherboards website.
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Hmm, now another one

0x0000007E
kmixer.sys

???????!
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Try this site, see if it helps (haven't read through it all myself yet)

http://support.micro...=330182&sd=RMVP
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how do I burn the memtest to a disc? (i'm a complete noob)
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First unzip the downloaded file to extract the memtest.ISO file
For a tutorial on burning ISO images; Refer :
http://www.iceteks.c...s.php/burniso/1.
(Note: The tutorial has used another file as an example, U will have to do the same steps with the unzipped memtest.ISO file)

Edited by darth_ash, 15 August 2005 - 09:23 AM.

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Ok I did that and it came up with one error
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TST - 7

PASS - 0

FAILING ADDRESS - 00036100008 - 865.0MB

GOOD - f71e9cd5

BAD - f71e9cd4

ERR BITS - 00000001

COUNT CHAN - 1

Edited by mozzer11, 15 August 2005 - 11:51 AM.

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Ur RAM is damaged.
If u have multiple RAM sticks. Remove all the sticks
Insert one-by-one each stick seprately, run memtest86 on the single stick.
Find out which stick is damaged.
Get the stick replaced.
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I only have a single 1gig stick
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Ok, since its a physical problem on the RAM stick nothing can be done about it.
U will have get it replaced, if still under warranty; or buy a new one.
To be fully sure, U can put ur RAM stick on another PC and run memtest86 there.
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Ok, thanks for your help

SHould I buy 2 512mb sticks instead of one 1gb?
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