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Blue Screens

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by SurferBuoy, Nov 30, 2001.

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  1. SurferBuoy

    SurferBuoy Thread Starter

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    I've been getting blue screen after the next.......here they are in order of occurance.
    0028:C004F320 VXD VCACHE(01)

    0283:01478861

    0246:014747FB

    0002:014F391C

    0206:01478861

    0683:01478861

    0167:BFF9DFFF

    wow....no idea what these all are...here is what I have
    Processor: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 8 997 MHz Stepping 6
    Math Support: On Chip
    BIOS: Award Software 06/19/00
    Bus Type: PCI,ISA,AGP,USB
    Ports: 1 Parallel, 2 Serial
    Memory: 256 MB (68% Utilized)
    Floppy Disks: 1.44 MB
    Hard Disks: 27.95 GB
    Multimedia: Sound, Joystick, CD-ROM
    Video: 1024x768 in 64K Colors, Creative GB0040 Ver. 4.0

    < Operating System >
    Windows: 4.10 (Build 2222 A )
    DOS: 7.10
    Net Clients:
     
  2. Rollin' Rog

    Rollin' Rog

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    The principal suspect here is going to be a bad ram stick -- and the best test would be to swap out all but one at a time.

    You can try a software tester, but even if all passes, I would still suspect the ram.

    http://www.simmtester.com/PAGE/products/doc/docinfo.asp

    Exactly when are you getting these fatals, are they boot up, shutdown, or online or all?

    Are you loading any cd-burning software like Nero?
     
  3. SurferBuoy

    SurferBuoy Thread Starter

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    I receive them at different points, mostly when I'm online, however, I still get them at other points of using my computer. Thanks for the help.....
     
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