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I even tried installing the latest version of that driver from their page but no use!! Anthony on Thu, 3rd Sep 2009 1:38 pm @Debdeep Mukherjee - THe IDT driver i'm thinking a complete reinsall of the OS will do this. I am not sure if you are overclocking your video card, but try to set it to default values. My computer is a Sony Vaio with XP media center. http://lacosteradigital.com/bsod/bsod-twice-in-a-day.html

I asked my friend , he suggested me to change power supply and that's resolve my problem. tammy on Sun, 26th Jul 2009 4:49 pm My daughters computer has the Any help would be... What is the graphics card or chip you are using? 15-05-2011, 12:46 PM #3 solo2 Senior Member Join Date: May 2002 Posts: 658 jeffng28 wrote: What is the gamerk316Jan 27, 2012, 10:07 PM As an aside, I'm getting REALLY tired of the starting advice of "Format the entire system". check that

Chip set is an i7 860 2.8Ghz It has nothing to do with the graphics card since the problem persisted after the change. Im with XP , blue screens appear often. Here is the info: Problem signature: Problem Event Name: BlueScreen OS Version: 6.1.7600. Locale ID: 18441 Additional information about the problem: BCCode: 3b BCP1: 00000000C0000005 BCP2: FFFFF80002FC9A90 BCP3: FFFFF88009006090 BCP4: 0000000000000000 thx. Anthony on Fri, 31st Jul 2009 8:49 am @amir - viaudio.sys is a driver file for a Via Technologies PCS audio device and yes, it can stop a game

This was the case, and it happened usually once a day. Thank you so much for your help. Anthony on Fri, 24th Jul 2009 11:51 am @stanly - If you have seemingly random blue screen errors like that and have even Okay, I'll let you know on my next blue screen. I don't have any other Java applications that I use so much time.

the first one was IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL STOP: 0x0000000A (0xFFFFFA000424C140,0x000000000000000c… 0x0000000000000001, 0xFFFFF80001CA89AD) second one was: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA STOP: 0x00000050 (0xFFFFFA0006B2E178, 0x0000000000000000, 0xFFFFF80001CA21FO, 0X0000000000000005) and the last one was PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA) acpi.sys STOP: 0X00000050 (0xFFFFFA00047E5058, 0x0000000000000000, Below is the error msg that I've managed to copy and save: Problem signature: Problem Event Name: BlueScreen OS Version: 6.1.7601. Locale ID: 18441 Additional information about the problem: BCCode: 1e If you have - and there are errors, try 1 memory stick at a time. I built a Vista machine about 3 years ago and it has ran solid the whole time.

Can't find your answer ? First try loading the default bios settings, so the motherboard setup is standard. It works fine on all other machines though. I suggest you check your memory with something like memtest86.

not every game will cause the error. http://newwikipost.org/topic/HKMXxE5JqEx6GhIpUfSTfI3q9pAbZacb/Bluescreen-Locale-ID-18441.html It is *usually* 0x124, but I have seen all of these so far: 0x124, 0x1E, 0x50, 0x3B, 0x7F and 0xD1. This makes me a little doubtful on whether your plan to remove software will solve the issue. The most common cause of stop error 0x000007e is a device driver problem.

this problem is happend Sometimes more than twice a day, when i'm doing regular things like reading a .pdf or watching a movie or gaming. check my blog I've done that before...try and troubleshoot something - unable to troubleshoot it (after spending too many hours on it), and a fresh install was much quicker than troubleshooting the issue. Also, all five error codes are different which can be a strong indicator that the issue may actually be with your memory. I have been receiving this blue screen several times now.

PowerShell System LocaleHey guys, I was wondering if it is possible for two users on the same computer two different system locales in Windows Vista without restarting.... It could also be a temperature problem. So that concludes that IDT will have to be installed. this content why would a powersaving function cause a hardware issue?

Uninstall your video card drivers and reboot your PC into Safe Mode. And yes, I do expect that the BSOD errors would be gone if you revert back to XP. LaptopUser on Sat, 25th Jul 2009 6:56 pm I have a problem I tried turning off the ACPI setting (there was two of them there, which I can't remember the names of.

Please suggest If you can find any other options, but that is the defailt driver that came with the laptop, so it's that right driver.

Any help would be appreciated. Anthony on Wed, 24th Jun 2009 7:40 am @Nicki - the stop error you list is actually a disk or file system error. Some people have been able to fix the problem by using the Sigmatel Audio driver from the Dell site. Sorry if my English isn't good, it's not my main language. The latest caused most of the consecutive BSOD, and did not stop until I rolled back the driver.

Attached Files: Minidump.zip File size: 138 KB Views: 2 May 25, 2011 #13 Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,966 +70 Are you running Windows 7 64 or 32? Thank You. Anthony on Mon, 10th Aug 2009 8:08 am @fred - Really the best thing to do is to boot from a clean Windows CD/DVD and reinstall from there. Some include: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA BAD_POOL_CALLER BAD_POOL_HEADER Nicki on Sat, 6th Jun 2009 2:00 am I forgot to mention that the first is the most common, and the only applicable file/program have a peek at these guys Stop:0×000000F4 (0xc0000003, 0×86EBBA38, 0x86EBBBAC, 0×8060566E) Anthony on Fri, 14th Aug 2009 5:05 am @Jeff - Stop error 0×000000F4 is often related to a hardware problem indeed.

Should I have received a positive or negative follow-up report? Another option is to simply reinstall Windows completely, but that will obviously take more time :( Debdeep Mukherjee on Mon, 31st Aug 2009 7:27 am I have tried everything, as If possible, try using a different HD as your system disk. Neil on Sat, 8th Aug 2009 3:51 pm Anthony - I have tried different hard drives, same result = One was disabled and the other was enabled) So when I tried disabling the one that was enabled the computer couldn't load windows, so I enabled the disabled and still didn't

I appreciate all your help. Anthony on Tue, 9th Jun 2009 8:43 am @Nicki - The SFC command will automatically replace corrupted system files with the original ones, so there The bsod have been going on for months now. Thank you! Cleaning up a Windows PC in that state is going to be a nightmare… @Paul - Most likely it is due to a driver problem or a memory problem.

You might need to clean the inside of the PC to restore the airflow. Thank you so much for your help. Anthony on Wed, 22nd Jul 2009 3:23 am @Chris - 1 Year is pretty recent, so things should not break already! Attached Files: BSoD Files.zip File size: 46.9 KB Views: 3 May 25, 2011 #11 Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,966 +70 Hi chirigami. Strange, why haven't it worked for me.

I have tried briefly to get Vista to see my 2nd hard drive but no joy there yet, I think I may now have to install those Sata drivers and hope One other thing to try is to run "SFC /SCANNOW" from the command prompt (requires admin level), which will check and restore your Windows system files. @jeffrey - Microsoft only has Whenever I'm going to install the driver from the CD it is crashing instantly. In most cases the error is caused by new hardware or a driver update (maybe you have Windows set to auto-update).

The best is really to use memtest86, but you can also try the Windows Memory Diagnostic from http://oca.microsoft.com/en/windiag.asp Anthony Nicki on Sun, 21st Jun 2009 2:58 am Anthony, Thanks SOOO Ive run diagnostics and scandisk/chkdsk from DOS which all come up ok.