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Blue Screen - STOP: 0x0000000A on Windows 7

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Hi there,
To begin with, my newly built PC has been experiencing a lot of blue screens since first assembled 29/11/2009 (last year). I read previous forum with topic title of "Blue Screen - STOP: 0X0000000A" and learns that WhoCrashed Home could give some clues in solving my problem. After analyzing it says that my PC has experienced 40 times blue screen before.

Most of the results says (28 times):

On Sun 1/17/2010 9:59:25 AM your computer crashed
This was likely caused by the following module: ntkrnlpa.exe
Bugcheck code: 0xA (0x92BD13B8, 0x2, 0x1, 0x82AE0CE5)
Dump file: C:\Windows\Minidump\011710-15490-01.dmp
file path: C:\Windows\system32\ntkrnlpa.exe
product: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System
company: Microsoft Corporation
description: NT Kernel & System
The crash took place in a standard Microsoft module. Your system configuration may be incorrect, possibly the culprit may be another driver on your system which cannot be identified at this time.

For detail please refer Attached File  results.txt   25.72KB   735 downloads.
My computer specs:

O/S: Windows & Home Premium 32.bit (6.1, Build 7600)
Motherboard: ASUS P7P55D LE P55 Chipset Socket LGA1156
Processor: Intel® Core™ i5 CPU 750 @ 2.67GHz (4 CPUs), ~2.7GHz
Memory: OCZ3G10664GK OCZ PC3 1066 Gold Series 4 GB (2x2GB)
Hard Drive: Western Digital SATA 500G/16M

Very much appreciate your helps and thanks in advance.

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It looks to me like possible RAM issue.

A. If you have more than one RAM module installed, try starting computer with one RAM stick at a time.

NOTE Keep in mind, the manual check listed above is always superior to the software check, listed below. DO NOT proceed with memtest, if you can go with option A

B. If you have only one RAM stick installed...
...run memtest...

1. Download - Pre-Compiled Bootable ISO (.zip)
2. Unzip downloaded memtest86+-2.11.iso.zip file.
3. Inside, you'll find memtest86+-2.11.iso file.
4. Download, and install ImgBurn: http://www.imgburn.com/
5. Insert blank CD into your CD drive.
6. Open ImgBurn, and click on Write image file to disc
7. Click on Browse for a file... icon:

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8. Locate memtest86+-2.11.iso file, and click Open button.
9. Click on ImgBurn green arrow to start burning bootable memtest86 CD:

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10. Once the CD is created, boot from it, and memtest will automatically start to run.

The running program will look something like this depending on the size and number of ram modules installed:

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It's recommended to run 5-6 passes. Each pass contains very same 8 tests.

This will show the progress of the test. It can take a while. Be patient, or leave it running overnight.

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The following image is the test results area:

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The most important item here is the “errors” line. If you see ANY errors, even one, most likely, you have bad RAM.
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The problem raised in this forum now is further discussed in the following forum: www.ocztechnologyforum.com

Edited by capsuleiz, 31 January 2010 - 01:06 AM.

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