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Old 01-02-2008
itassistant
 

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Stop error 0x0000001A - under investigation

Hi,

I was running with the same hardware for weeks, on a newly built
computer, without having any problems...

I suddenly started to get blue screens, and when investigating the
event viewer from safe mode, i found the following >

General> The hardware has reported an uncorrectable memory error
Log Name> System
Source> Application Popup
EventID> 1801
Qualifiers> 49152

I removed 1 of the 4 modules of 1Gb modules i had, and a while after i
had another blue screen, i removed another and got the blue screen
immediately after login on to the system.

Will keep the post updated to let you know about the resolution.

Regards


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Old 01-02-2008
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Re: Stop error 0x0000001A - under investigation
Hey,

this is usuall an issue with the BIOS.
Take care to upgrade to the latest available version.
If your BIOS is up-to-date run the memory diagnostic tool during start-up
(press F8 on start-up).
If it is really a memory problem (very unlikely) it will be detected.



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> Hi,
>
> I was running with the same hardware for weeks, on a newly built
> computer, without having any problems...
>
> I suddenly started to get blue screens, and when investigating the
> event viewer from safe mode, i found the following >
>
> General> The hardware has reported an uncorrectable memory error
> Log Name> System
> Source> Application Popup
> EventID> 1801
> Qualifiers> 49152
>
> I removed 1 of the 4 modules of 1Gb modules i had, and a while after i
> had another blue screen, i removed another and got the blue screen
> immediately after login on to the system.
>
> Will keep the post updated to let you know about the resolution.
>
> Regards
>
>
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