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BSOD Stop: 0000007A kernel data inpage error


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jaden

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:tazz: Hello

I keep getting two KERNEL DATA INPAGE ERRORS intermitently:
1) Stop: 0000007A(0xC039091C,0xC0000185,0xE4247004,0x13DE9880)
2) Stop: 00000077(0xC0000185,0xC0000185,0x00000001,0x038FE000)

Since being advised on this forum to disable the "reboot on error" so we could see the error caused no one has helped since?? Please assist me as I do not know what is wrong. The OS is W2k. I definitely do NOT have any virus/spyware etc as this has been thoroughly checked. The errors occur mostly when my machine is idle.

Please could someone interpret these codes for me and help.

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Hi. Take a look at the sticky post at the top of this forum for a possible solution:

http://www.geekstogo...des-t43519.html
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OK, done that.... My reference points to 0xC0000185, or STATUS_IO_DEVICE_ERROR: improper termination or defective cabling of SCSI-based devices, or two devices attempting to use the same IRQ.

I do not have SCSI devices, the cabling has been replaced. How do I know if two devices are attempting to use same IRQ? Where to from here? Ihave no conflicts in the device manager

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