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Computer crashing: ER_KRNLCRASH_LOG

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by BumBZ, Sep 20, 2004.

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  1. BumBZ

    BumBZ Thread Starter

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    I have been having issues with my new rig. It crashes from time to time when i play games. Battlefield: Vietnam's WW2 mod is unplayable. I crash in the first seconds of the game. Warcraft 3 also will hang up periodically. When it hangs up, i will hear an annoying noise in the speakers. Upon rebooting, I get the error "Error code 100000d1, parameter1 0000002a, parameter2 00000005, parameter3 00000000, parameter4 f7416afb." Symbolic name: ER_KRNLCRASH_LOG. I have done extensive searches and have come up with the 'd1' possibly being a memory error, maybe bad ram, but im still unsure.

    I am running a 3200+ AMD-64, ATI Radeon 9800 Pro, 1 gig of ram, 500 watt psu, Creative Gamer 5.1, running on a Gigabyte Nforce3 K8NS Pro mobo. My temperatures are cpu 61 c, and the case is at 25 c.

    Your help is appreciated.

    BumBZ
     
  2. Mithrilhall

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    Right-click "My Computer" and choose "Manage".

    Check the "Event Viewer" and look for error messages that might be associated with your video card and post them here.
     
  3. BumBZ

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    Theres no video card problems. I went to the event viewer and pulled out the kernal error message. This is what caused the crash.
     
  4. BumBZ

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    *bump*
     
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