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Bad memory adress

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by xentinel, Jan 28, 2005.

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  1. xentinel

    xentinel Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    I'm frustrated. My PC hangs and repeats a sound when i play games. Now i've
    been trying different drv's for my video card (Geforce 3 TI200) and this have
    more or less been ineffective. Some drv's don't hang the computer as much
    as some do. Today i ran a memory test on my computer and it consistently
    found an error on the address 057277b8. This was the only address that is
    damaged. Now, i run ME, cause its the only OS that allow all of my hardware
    to run smoothly, 2000/XP don't have support for some of my hardware.

    What can i do to stop windows from using this memory address? Is it possible
    to create a program that allocates this memory address and run this at startup
    in order to solve the problem? I don't know, nor do i have the tools for the
    moment to do this.

    I need smart opinions or good solutions.

    Best regards, Micke
     
  2. jamesh2923

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    You cannt, just replace the bad memory stick!
     
  3. xentinel

    xentinel Thread Starter

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    well, "cant" does not exist in the computer world ;) I know linux can. Ive done it :D

    But for windows.... There MUST be a way, without replacing it! :D

    I wont give up!
     
  4. winbob

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