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Many BSODs Prevent Startup
I was playing a game for a while, when all of a sudden, with no warning, a BSOD flashes, and the computer immediatly restarts.
Feeling slightly uneased, I allowed the computer to boot normally, but was met with another BSOD. This one was titled: "PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA" with a stop error beginning with 0x00000050.
I then tried to do good old fashioned Safe Mode, but what shown "MEMORY_MANAGEMENT" with the stop error "0x0000001A"
Last Known Good Config, same as above.
Seeing the word "memory" I ran Memtest. I had 2000000 before I let it stop. However, when I googled these error messages, people find that they have simple fixes, but the fixes they speak of require a boot into the OS.
I now tried to boot it again, and the new error is 0x0000001E.
I also remooved my graphics card, switched to the onboard graphics, tried to enter Safe Mode, and got a new stop error: 0x00000024
I tried running CHKDSK from my windows 7 disk, but when I clicked on "Repair your computer" this new BSOD popped up: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL Stop 0x0000000A
I cannot run startup repair, I cannot go into safemode. I can go into BIOS.
Windows 7 64bit,
Crucial Rendtion DDR2,
Core 2 Duo E5300,
and Gigabyte GA -G31M
Should I just call it quits and RMA or does anyone have any ideas?
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|27 Sep 2010||#2|
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If this is what you get when using MemTest (the RED stuff at the bottom), you have memory problems and must replace the memory:
Use the instructions from Step 6 at this link to determine which sticks/slots are bad: http://www.carrona.org/memdiag.html (read the details at the link)
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