Another crashing

  cap'n Jack 15:49 15 Jan 08

Desktop will not boot
I have a desktop with Supermicro hardboard, Pentium 4, 1.7 running Windows 2000 professional
It has not been getting past the initial par5t of the boot up. After graphics board problems. I have disabled reboot as per your March edition. I now have the message.
STOP 0x0000001E (0xC0000005,0xEB7E9703,0x00000000, 0x00000000)
***Address EB7E9703 base at EB7E8000, DateStamp 409f405c –
Beginning dump……
Any ideas please (I know its like the opening crashing entry!

  kidsis 16:00 15 Jan 08

I see you had graphic card probs, can you say what you did - reseat, new card? Have you googled the file mentioned to see if it is say the driver for the graphics card? Have you tried booting in to safe mode and trying the Last Known Good option.

  SANTOS7 16:03 15 Jan 08

Error message suggests faulty memory or driver corruption, if you could try some diferent memory that may be the place to start..

  cap'n Jack 11:24 16 Jan 08

Mnay thanks so far. Have tested RAM chips individually. No difference.
Have tried other graphics boards alohough not guaranteed ones.
Checked and rechecked all connections.
It gets as far as having "Start" in the corner and then whoops! Suspect it's hardware, but will keep thinking! Anyone any more ideas?
Thanks again.
Cap'n Jack

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