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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by zmx, Apr 6, 2008.

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  1. zmx

    zmx Thread Starter

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    Hi all, got a new comp about a couple of weeks ago. Specs are:

    - Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 GO 2.40GHz Quad Core CPU Overclocked to 3.30GHz
    - Tuniq Tower 120 Pro Blue LED Intel approved cooler
    - Abit IP35-Pro Intel P35 (Socket LGA775) PCI-Express DDR2 Motherboard
    - Award winning Crucial 2GB Ballistix Tracer PC2-8500 CAS5 (2x1GB) Dual Channel Kit
    - 500GB Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 32MB Cache SATA-2 Hard Drive
    - NVIDIA 8800 GTX 768MB GDDR3 HDTV/Dual DVI (PCI-Express) DirectX 10 Graphics Card
    - OCZ 850W Next Generation Power Supply

    Installed XP on it, had no problems up until earlier. I left my comp for 30 mins, came back and it had frooze, couldn't do anything. So I reset it and as soon as windows begins to load I get an BSOD, then it instantly restarts before I can read it, it will just keep repeating this process. If I turn it off and leave it for an hour or so, I get about 20 mins use out of it (I'm using it now) before the BSOD comes back up and it restarts itself.

    Any ideas? Thanks
     
  2. Megabite

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    How to turn off Automatically Restart

    Click Start then right click My Computer choose Properties
    Then Advanced tab
    Under Startup & Recovery click Settings
    Under System failure uncheck Automatically Restart
    Click OK.

    Now the Error message should stay up so you can read it.
     
  3. zmx

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    Thanks for that. Here is the error:

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    *** Stop: 0x0000008E (0xc0000005, 0xBA7088BF, 0xBA9476D4, 0x00000000)

    *** sr.sys - Address BA7088BF base at BA6FF000, DateStamp 41107cde

    Beginning dump of physical memory
    Physical memory dump complete

    __

    Any ideas? Cheers guys.
     
  4. zmx

    zmx Thread Starter

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    Bump. Thanks
     
  5. Dr. Chauncey

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    Nobody responded with anything helpful at computing.net?

    The Microsoft site suggests installing all updates and/or service packs. I'm not sure how helpful that will be, but here's the link: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/827663
     
  6. Rich-M

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    Here are the models of 8500 listed compatible with your board:
    CT2KIT25664AA1067
    BL2KIT12864AA1065
    BL2KIT12864AL1065
    CT2KIT12864AA1067
    Which model # is yours?
     
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