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    well no need to take the network and stuff out of your mobo. its not wats effecting ur PC and causing it to crash.
    most probably its your memory...

    and hey you will find lots of digipathics out here...:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
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    Used the IBM utility and the hd's are fine, couldnt ru the memtest86 last night but a,m today, but when running last night these wree the Blue Screens that occured

    DRIVER_IRQ_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
    STOP ox000000D1
    (OXF74EB90F,OX00000002, OX000000000,OXF74EB90F)
    ks.sys adrress F74EB90F base at F74DB000 datestamp 367de004

    PAGE_FAULT_IN_NON_PAGED_AREA
    STOP ox00000050
    (ox9ED9A8D4,ox00000001,OXbf84c37c,ox00000000)
    win32k.sys address BF84C37C base at BF800000 DATESTAMP 3b7de698

    STOP 0x0000008E
    first time
    (oxC000000005, oxBF877201,oxBA907C50, 0x00000000)
    WIN32K.SYS address BF877201 bae at BF8000000 datestamp 367de698

    second time
    (oxC000000005,oxBF85A57F,0xBA9D3BA4,0x0000000)
    win32ksys address BF85A57F bae at BF8000000 datestamp 367de698

    Will let you know how the memtest goes

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    Well the std memtest reported no faulstst he settigns were as follows

    L1 cache 8k 19865mb/s
    L2 cache 512 16948 mb/s

    mem 1024mb 10bbmb/s

    chipset - doesnt say- (should it?)

    Now the only thing that can be done is to run the advanced test

    the mem on the board is in two slots (of a possible three) of 512 each , perhpas if i changed the positions?

    also I think that the memory maybe mismatched, how do you compleltley make sure?

    Also I realse Im running ddr sdram at 333, how do I check whether this is eu or non eu? etc the make etc and that the right ram has been given? (yes I know ythis is so basic but you never know?)

    asklepios cheers so far mate, does this make any sense to you?
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    Well again there comes the surity to Double Fault.
    You seem to have probs both with your RAM as well as your core drivers.
    As you did the MemTest and it came out clean, I just have one thing to say. Badly matched modules could be the case. Either they are of different speeds or they are from different manufacturers. It happens sometimes with incompatibilty between two modules.
    You gotta open your box to check what you have got in there. If you are not too comfortable opening the box...it will be best to call a tech guy.

    To check whether you have got a driver problem,
    Type this command at command prompt...or cmd in other words.
    verifier.exe /all
    This M$ article related to verifying drivers integrity in Windows2000 will apply to XP as well. Check it out for further reading.

    Verifier.exe will verify all the drivers on your PC and will let you know of any problems it faces. if you get any bad drivers, try un-installing and re-installing them.

    After checking all the drivers and getting sure on that front, run your PC on single module of memory and see whether it works fine or not. If it does...then you know that the culprit is RAM otherwise it some driver once again.
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    well that sounds likeagood plan, will try theveriier and then lose one o the sdram strips, and change then, one question iaa'm running ibm 80gb deksters hd's and wonder i the jumpers could be set wrong ?

    i know that theres different settings or 15 and 16 pole but dont have a clue as to which i need, have been to the hitachi site and got the diagrrams but how do i check which settiNGs i need?

    also i have to say a big thank you to you asklepios and the tweaktown orum crew! oh yes indeed

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    aargh that hardware again...wiggo...if you read it please.
    or anyone a bit hardware here please...jumpers and all...
    actually i m not much into hardware...i can tell you a bit into software...but hardware...:thumbs do
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    I know.......

    I ran the verfier.exe/all and the options came up as disabled but still I had a

    verified all, after boot,

    I presume that I have to enable the options but if so why the verified all thing?

    Any way will change the mem later and see what happens,

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    Now I'm really confused......

    Memm seems ok, but not sure about hd jumpers changed them, anyone know about WD800BB's and how the jumpers should be set?

    Also have found that I have a problem device

    NTarm/Legacy Interfaces
    PNP Device id root/ntapm/oooo - disabled

    and also that in the system folder it 'reads' three hd's

    the first two are read as they are but the third ( which is not there) is read as a SCSI disk without any volume?

    Any ideas about this anyone?
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    possibly due to some XP phantom devices, i've had that cause wierd stuff in the past, maybe try this tweak:
    http://www.winguides.com/registry/display.php/1107/

    to enable showing the phantom/hidden devices in device manager, you may have some wierd disk controllers/disks in device manager

    also another suggestion is, if you havent already, install SP1 as with some of the error codes u posted alot mention fixes in SP1 others mention ram/hdd at fault, so its pretty out-there.

    see how it goes if u look for some hidden devices..
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    Hey guys firstly a big thank you for the help and confidence building,

    I found last night that not only were the jumpers set wrong but one of the 512 chips was dodgy,

    after a few hours build thhen its started to work probly...
    ta and see you soon,
    :) :laugh:
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