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General Instability, BSOD 0x0000000A, 0x000000024 and 1A
Hello, posting on a friend's behalf, looking at a machine with chronic instability and reboots. It looks like a general cause for these error codes is the memory - we have run memtest for 12 hour intervals and have not found an error.
Can anyone narrow down what is going on with these dumps? I would greatly appreciate it.
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