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    Exclamation Windows XP memory dump PROBLEM

    These are the pics of what I'm seeing...and it happens upon boot up. Once XP starts...it basically dumps me on that screen. I have been able to get the computer running in safe mode but can't figure out what is causing this issue...any thoughts???



    http://memimage.cardomain.net/member_images/2/web/170000-170999/170063_221.jpg

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    Too blurry to read the details

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    try booting into the xp recovery console from the original cd and type "fdisk /mbr"0 at the prompt

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    Your pic must be blurry, cause I haven't opened a bottle today and I can't read it.

    Post what it says, paticularly from the technical specifications onwards
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    STOP Code

    On that screen, there is one line like this:

    STOP 0x0000 (0x0000, 0x0000, 0x0000, 0x0000)


    Tell me what those numbers are, and I can tell you where your problem is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giuliano
    On that screen, there is one line like this:

    STOP 0x0000 (0x0000, 0x0000, 0x0000, 0x0000)


    Tell me what those numbers are, and I can tell you where your problem is.


    That was the funniest thing I've read all day.

    Never will a stop error like this (my experience now damn it!) tell you anything really about your specific problem. MS usually points at the ram first. That's what I usually point at first too. BUT, it could be ram, video, power supply, f*ed drivers, bad sectors on your hdd, anything really. I've even had a screwy prob with a floppy drive that caused stop errors when it was plugged in. Try the basic stuff first. Replace your ram, try a diff power source/supply, run an XP repair, remove devices from safe mode and try to boot... Ya know man. Maybe even try a different hard drive with a new install of XP on it.

    Take no offense Giuliano, I do not mean to degrade you or anything. MS just doesn't program the troubleshooting side of things to tell you anything about your STOP errors...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tidder
    That was the funniest thing I've read all day.
    I'm happy you were amused, but I was serious.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tidder
    Never will a stop error (my experience now damn it!) tell you anything really about your specific problem.
    I disagree - I work on high-end Windows server platforms for a living, and have had to occasionally debug a STOP error.


    In any case, I was saying that I could usually tell from the STOP code where the problem was, not what the specific problem was.

    Such as a bad driver, a corrupt filesystem, or a hardware error.

    The five numbers from a STOP code can mean a lot.. to those who know how to interpret it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giuliano
    The five numbers from a STOP code can mean a lot.. to those who know how to interpret it.
    HAHA!!

    I just it man. C'mon now, I'm not gonna sit here and try to interpret ANYTHING! I just hope that someone else out there isn't as lazy as I, and has the answer.
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    Well, I appreciate all the input thus far folks. Below is what it says after Technical info:

    STOP: 0x0000008E (0xc0000005,0x8059231E,..........., 0x000000000)

    I didn't copy the last 2 sections but I recall the last one being all 0's...

    Giuliano or anyone...any help would be greatly appreciated.
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    When I was young, I found a beauty of Google tool:

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=cs&q=0x0000008E&lr=

    first hit:
    http://support.microsoft.com/default...;EN-US;Q315335

    man....

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