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Windows 7: STOP Error 0x0000001E

08 Dec 2012   #41

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Reason to test the hard drive, just to make sure that its not failing or something.
There were some ntfs errors. Anyway.
How many sticks of RAM does your computer have?
Did you try memtest with all sticks inserted or one? Try memtest with one stick at a time first.

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08 Dec 2012   #42

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Ok I will try and get some disks a bit sooner if I can to test my hard drive.
It has two, I tried it with one in the first time and got that black screen.
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08 Dec 2012   #43

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Remove your video card next time and connect to VGA when you try to test RAM again. (If you haven't done that already)
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08 Dec 2012   #44

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Ok I will try that in a while and let you know the results, how long does a memtest normally take?
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08 Dec 2012   #45

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TristanD27 View Post
Ok I will try that in a while and let you know the results, how long does a memtest normally take?
It runs as long as you don't stop it manually.
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08 Dec 2012   #46

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Aaaah ok then.

I just thought of something that may help, I only started getting this problem since I moved house and started using wireless adapters.
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08 Dec 2012   #47

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TristanD27 View Post
I just thought of something that may help, I only started getting this problem since I moved house and started using wireless adapters.
OK.

Dismantle and Re-mantle everything later when you can.
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08 Dec 2012   #48

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You mean my whole PC? Inside and out?... ok then, it's just updating a game, I'll do it after.
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08 Dec 2012   #49

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Right so I dismantled it and re-mantled it and I may have found the hard drive problem, the plastic covering on the sata cable has broke away and there is a chance that the wires inside where touching. Lucky it still works
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09 Dec 2012   #50

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I think I've managed to get rid of atheros and I got some new Realtek network drivers. I also got newer wireless adapter drivers but I'm still only getting lower than 5Mbps on average when I should be getting between 10 and 15. The internet also seems to go off for a few seconds every few minutes, its not the signal strength because I have full signal most of the time. I'm wondering weather or not this could be related to the BSOD, my internet always seems to freeze just before I get them and you did mention it was the network driver it was crashing on. I have not had a BSOD since the new drivers but I'm still having bad connection.
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