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BSOD 1a error occurs repeatedly.

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by jgbsound, Dec 18, 2011.

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  1. jgbsound

    jgbsound Thread Starter

    Dec 18, 2011

    I'm running Windows 7-64bit/32bit dual boot with an EVGA 680i SLI motherboard, an EVGA 580GTX video card, and 4 gigs of OCZ memory. I keep getting an 1a error. This error happens in both the 32 and 64 bit arena so I'm guessing it's a hardware conflict issue. The system is totally stable when running anything EXCEPT Adobe graphics products such as Premiere or AfterEffects.

    I built this system myself and there might be an incompatibility I'm not aware of. I thought I was smart, but this system is disproving that idea in spades.

    I've attached my dump and xml files.
    Any guidance you can give me would be greatly appreciated!

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  2. Ditrich


    Dec 18, 2011
    121811-42057-01.dmp --- Bug Check 0x1A: MEMORY_MANAGEMENT, a severe memory management error occurred.

    Check the memory settings in the bios, make sure that the memory sticks are matching each others parameters, and test with memtest one at a time.

    You may wanna update the old Creative driver

    ha10kx2k.sys Thu Mar 20 10:18:06 2008.

    If the memory is Ok after long testing hich is 8 passes of memtest, uninstall McAfee and Daemon Tools sptd.sys.

    Attach more crash files as you collect, and tell us what you've done and how it goes.
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