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ez2cy

join:2008-03-05
reply to dave

Re: [WIN7] Memory dump

No, I don't need the disc in to boot.

I took it out and did a diagnostic again, this time though, I pressed F1 when it started to set what kind I need to do??? (was in help). I did the basic.

I did that, sorry did not write down the 00000 stuff this time.

There was a message that came up with the blue screen when it rebooted this time "Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

again, did write down the 00000's

Going to run thru all the diagnostics from pressing F1, think there is a standard and then an indepth or something.

ez2cy

join:2008-03-05
well....not getting anywhere except it telling me I have a memory problem.

Guess I need to take it into the shop.

Thanks for trying to help folks, I do appreciate the effort.


takeahike
Premium
join:2005-01-07
Woodland Hills, CA
How many memory sticks do you have? Test them one by one and figure out which one is bad and replace it. That should end your problems.
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"The best laid schemes of mice and men often go awry . . . " --Robert Burns

ez2cy

join:2008-03-05
I know I have a few....maybe 4? but I have no idea how to test them


takeahike
Premium
join:2005-01-07
Woodland Hills, CA
You have to run the memory diagnostic with only one stick at a time in the machine so you can determine which one or ones are defective. It's just a very simple process of elimination, trial and error procedure.
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"The best laid schemes of mice and men often go awry . . . " --Robert Burns