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Coron

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Well,

Today after booting my system up, I was using my computer for about 5 minutes, and all of a sudden I get a blue screen. Now when I reboot, I pretty much get random errors. Here are the main ones.
PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA (blue screen)
IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (blue screen)
DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (blue screen)
The file is possibly corrupt. The file header checksum does not match the computed checksum.
MEMORY_MANAGEMENT (blue screen) (happens after Windows has loaded)

I've been through this a few months ago.. It seems the reason was the power cable not being plugged in properly.. Turns out that was a temporarily solution, and yes I have tried again.

10 minutes ago I finally was able to boot my system properly without any errors. I took backup of a big project, but after transferring half of it onto my External HDD, I got a BSOD again. (n)

PLEASE help! :(
 

Coron

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I'm on it now - just took backup of the big project I'm working on.
 

Coron

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Thanks for the quick reply.

Edit: I received the same errors about 2 months ago.. How come I get these errors now, and not in the middle of these 2 months? If you understand.. I just think it's quite random, as I didn't do anything 'unusual'.
 
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Ram can be random. If you have more than one chip, run system with one at a time.
 

Coron

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How do I check how many chips I have, and how do I run my system with one at a time?
 
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