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Dumping physcial memory 0x0000009c error


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Will456

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i read an earlier topic around the same lines as my error but it wasnt exactly the same, so i needed more support
Well it all started on december 25th when i installed a new motherboard Abit K8T800 pro and a AMD 64 3500+, i repaired windows and installed all the drivers but i still keep getting the blue screen and an error code.
The message says
MACHINE_CHECK_EXCEPTION
STOP: 0x0000009c (0x00000004, 0x80545ff0, 0xb2000000, 0x00070f0f)
Dumping physical memory
Then the computer just freezes, i have tried several things, (i have one 512 and one 256 of DDR ram both installed) i removed the 256 stick, error still occured, i formatted my C drive, error still occurs, i repaired windows, error still occurs, i have used my 256 stick and a newish one and the error still occured (my comp wont start with only 256mb for some reason) i have a 450 watt power supply (this could be a issue?) i am running at this very second on 42 celcius CPU temperture.
Im fresh out of ideas here, so please any help will be greatly apprecitaed
thanks
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Just so we're clear...was this system operating with a previous motherboard, then you swapped motherboards, ran a repair on the very first boot (in other words, you did not try to start windows first, then run a repair when it failed)
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im ashamed to say this, but i put the new MB in ran windows noticed the problem, got told i have to run repair when installing a new MB then repiaried it, and then formatted C drive when the problem persisted,
plz any ideas will be welcome, (most annoying thing it the world, upgarding ur comp spending 200 quid and it dosnt work :tazz: )
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When you swap a motherboard, you need to run the repair before you try to load windows--doing it the way you did corrupts the hardware abstraction layer.

That does not address the issue of after a format, however.
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Just so we're clear (again)

What motherboard (you named the chipset, not the board), and which athlon 64 core? Is it Venice?

What BIOS version are you running?

I think your problem has to do with memory timing or perhaps FSB memory timing. Is there a setting in BIOS for OPTIMAL, as opposed to normal, aggressive, turbo, etc?
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