Hardware Failure

  Arv 23:21 23 Jan 05

Can anyone help, I keep getting a message saying my machine has recoverd from an 'unrecoverable hardware failure'. the error message is
Bc code:Bc p1:00000000, BCp2:8054DA70, Bcp3:C4454000, Bcp4:00000136, osver:5.1.2600, Sp2_0, Product:256_1
This problem only happens when there is a high load on the cpu- video encoding, graphic intensive games, editing large images.
I have changed the memory ([email protected])but this made no difference, has anyone any idea on the fault codes, I've checked the AMD site for them but had no luck.
Pc SPec:Gigabyte GA-7VT600 1394 mobo, AMD xp3200, 1Gig fsb400dimms(2*512) nvidia gforce440 mx 64mb graphics card, sb live 5.1 soundcard

  Forum Editor 23:33 23 Jan 05

Or something else entirely - it's pretty difficult to track down these complex error codes.

Does this cause a stop - a blue screen, or a restart?

  Djohn 23:38 23 Jan 05

Not sure myself Arv, having a look for similar problem on Overclockers did bring up a result of the same codes and a link to Microsoft Knowledge base article on same. click here Have a look here and see if it helps, please let us know if not, maybe one of the other forum members might have more experience with this.

  Arv 10:36 24 Jan 05

Forum Editor
This always causes a restart, always with the same code.
I have been on the knowledge base page you mention and have checked the ratingof my power supply - 400watt peak 340watt nominal, my next step may be to get a 'real' 400watt supply to make sure that there are no problems in that area, power rail fluctuations caused by an overstretched power supply

  Arv 10:51 06 Feb 06

Hi all finally resolved the problem, after changing the memory, the grapics card, the power supply(650watt model installed), and the motherboard, it was a faulty cpu.

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