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BSOD's 4,5 or 6 Times A Day


The Paul
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Hi, I have been getting BSOD's over the last 4-6 weeks but not too frequently. Over the last week or so they are now hitting me 4, 5 or 6 times each day. I’ve researched both here and the web in general but nothing I have found has helped resolve this. The BSOD's indicate the following reasons - IRQLNOTLESSOREQUAL - PAGEFAULTINNONPAGEDAREA - PFNLISTCORRUPT - MEMORYMANAGEMENT. I have recently, maybe the last 3 months or so, added 4GB Crucial Memory (2 x 2GB modules), a SanDisk 128GB SSD from which I now boot and an ASUS LCD Monitor. I have been told that the problem was faulty memory module/s so I called Crucial who have, kindly, taken them back and will send 2 new ones. But guess what, the BSOD's continue. Please help me as I cannot figure this mess out. I have been copying the Windows Has Recovered From A Serious Error messages but they don’t mean a thing to me. Thanks in advance for any help. Regards. Paul

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Chronos the 2nd

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It is finally a six nation championship.Italy are no longer the underdog.

Glad you are finally sorted.

As for closing the thread that is extremely hit and miss, you will notice a Grey tick on the right hand side if you click it it is supposed to turn green.Sometimes it does more often it does not.

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The Paul

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And it was ticked. Thanks Chronos the 2nd for all your help. Im assuming youre a young Scots lad and if so your team did well yesterday against a very young and in form England. The future is looking better for Scottish rugby. Good luck to you and the desk :-)Thanks again. Al the best. Paul.

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Chronos the 2nd

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'You assume I am a young Scots lad'

Could not be further from the truth I am an older Englishman who has lived here in Scotland for the past 35 years and still retain my London(ish) accent.As for the rugby, joy was minefor an emphatic result for England.

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The Paul

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Oh well, you may as well be a Scotsman after 35 years. I wont post you this weekend after we do damage to the Red Roses in Dublin ;-)

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