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Old 12-20-2007
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BSOD Help
I've been getting the dreaded BSOD for weeks now. I have a Gateway,
3.20 Ghz, 1014 ram, running Win Vista Home Premium. I bought this
computer in June.

I get the BSOD (Page Fault in Non-paged Area) many times when I am not
even at home.
Some times, nothing is running and the computer is idle. Other times,
like last night, I am running a program that controls my Christmas
lights, so that program is running along with Media Player.

But, I have gotten the BSOD even at times during the day when I am not
at the computer and am doing nothing but playing music via Media
Player.

Surely WMP isn't the problem?

My BSOD info:

Page Fault in nonpaged area
0x00000050
0xF788ed68
0x00000001
0x81d59db5
0x00000002

Tell me what other info you might need to help me and I'll provide it.

Please?

Thanks!

Steve Sorrell
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Old 12-20-2007
ssorrell
 

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Re: BSOD Help
BTW...I have researched the microsoft website and every thing I found
that corresponds to my error message is usually linked to Windows XP
or 2000 with no mention of Vista.

I've attempted to use Microsoft's debug tool to analyze the dump
file. I downloaded the symbols for Wind Vista, but yet each time I
try to debug it tells me that the symbols are incorrect. However, at
the end of the analysis, it mentions a file...ntoskrnl.exe as the
probable cause. Probable cause for what? The crash?

Just giving more info if needed.
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