TRUE TECH TEST! I Dare Anyone to Find a Solution. 8 replies

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devldawg7051

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#1 13 years ago

Machine_check_error 0x0000009c (0x00000004, 0x80545ff0, 0x2000000, 0x00070f0f) No given error 0x0000008e (0xc0000005, 0xbff83584, 0xb790b174, 0x00000000) dxg.sys - Address BFF83584 base at Bff80000, date stamp 3D6DFA2A PAGE FAULT 0x00000050 (0xe3j53, b08, 0x00000000, 0xf76d6593, 0x00000002) ntfs.sys - Address F7606593 base at f76by000 date stamp 3d6de59

Ok, I know I'm double posting but the last time I wrote an entire page I had all of it wiped by another one of those damn errors, particularly the page fault one.

The first error I get completely at random, I could be idling, installing, listing to music, playing a game. I have tried: Re-wiring everything adjusting voltage settings for RAM changing PCI slots emptying PCI slots switching up ram testing all ram sticks together and individually under-clocking setting all fans to max to increase cooling

During all of these errors my system was running at a comfortable 37c (40-42c during REAL heavy loads)

Here is a rundown of my system: ASPIRE 520W PS MSI K8N Neo4 Platinum AMD Athlon XP 64 +3600 Leadtek GeForce 3800GT 256MB Kingston Hyper-X PC 3200 Duel Channel DDR400 Duel Raptor 74 gig WD 10,000 SATA on RAID 0 1 180gig 7200RPM WD Caviar drive AOpen DVD-RW Drive Generic CD-RW Drive




devldawg7051

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#2 13 years ago

Ok, I know I'm double posting but the last time I wrote an entire page I had all of it wiped by another one of those damn errors, particularly the page fault one. The first error I get completely at random, I could be idling, installing, listing to music, playing a game. I have tried: Re-wiring everything adjusting voltage settings for RAM changing PCI slots emptying PCI slots switching up ram testing all ram sticks together and individually under-clocking setting all fans to max to increase cooling During all of these errors my system was running at a comfortable 37c (40-42c during REAL heavy loads) Here is a rundown of my system: ASPIRE 520W PS MSI K8N Neo4 Platinum AMD Athlon XP 64 +3600 Leadtek GeForce 3800GT 256MB Kingston Hyper-X PC 3200 Duel Channel DDR400 Duel Raptor 74 gig WD 10,000 SATA on RAID 0 1 180gig 7200RPM WD Caviar drive AOpen DVD-RW Drive Generic CD-RW Drive




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#3 13 years ago
Re-wiring everything adjusting voltage settings for RAM changing PCI slots emptying PCI slots switching up ram testing all ram sticks together and individually under-clocking setting all fans to max to increase cooling

Tried somthing basic like a reformt? :/ I'm no expert but it looks like a file system error.


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Deimos

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#4 13 years ago

Looks like a memory reference or read error.




devldawg7051

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#5 13 years ago

I tried reinstalling once, formatted and fresh installed twice. Also forgot to include this, as far as the memory is concerned, I ran memtest and found a bad stick, immediately removed and replaced said stick with a brand new one. Still recieving these blue screen errors...




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#6 13 years ago

Without looking into anything in detail, the fact that ntfs.sys shows up in the error suggests that a filesystem problem is present. If a format/install doesn't work, it could be a failing drive. Have you tried reinstalling to a new disk? Memory-related BSODs often include a physical dump counter, and look rather different than what you've posted. It doesn't rule out RAM as the culprit, but does lessen the likelihood.




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#7 13 years ago

Here are a few techniques to test the hard drive.

1. Load up your install CD, or a DOS disk. Then run chkdsk, or scandisk. This will test your hard drive for problems.

2. Load up a Linux LiveCD. Those CDs do not run from the hard drive. If no errors occur in Linux, then the problem is most likely your Hard Drive.




devldawg7051

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#8 13 years ago

I'll give these a try. Thanks alot you guys. Lets take a shot at it....




devldawg7051

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#9 13 years ago

Well here I am on a brand new build of my system....I replaced the bad RAM I found in memtest 86+, and also had a hard drive with several bad sectors on it. Go figure. Well, everything is as speedy as ever. Thanks alot for your reponses.