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System Crash or Freeze

My MS Windows XP Home Edition frequently quits or programs (like Explorer) simply freeze. I get a screen describing KERNEL_STACK_INPAGE_ERROR and which recommends checking software/hardware installation and/or contacting the software/hardware manufacturer. The screen also gives the following technical information:

STOP: 0X00000077 (0XC0000185, XC0000185, 0X00000000, 0x020C1000)

What can I do to fix this problem. Help!

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  • rina spencer Mar 13, 2009

    blue screen tech info
    0x000000ed 0x86548900 0xc0000006 0x00000000 0x00000000

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Hi,

System freezes are common if hardware devices such as keyboard and mouse are not supported by the operating system. Somehow, if you intend to run heavier applications that take up a lot of memory space, the chances of conflicts between the operating system and such applications increases. Such conflicts eventually slow down the system and cause frequent system freeze. Well, to fix this issue you need to check out the compatible version of the application and then install it on your system.

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STOP Message 0x00000077 is related kernel traps that are caused when the operating system tries to load a page into memory from the paging file on the hard disk, but cannot access the page because of either a software or hardware failure. The problem may occur if hard drive is faliing or has bad sectors. Download a diagnostics software from this link to run on your hard drive. If hard drive fails any of the tests especially SMART. I will recommend replacing the drive. If your hard drive doesn't fail any test,go to command prompt and run chkdsk. Let me know if you need anymore help.

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XP home edition should be very stable when install properly.. I suggest you scan for PC invalid registry.. below link might be able to help on this issue.
http://etech.maiila.com/repair-kernel-32-errors-and-fix-dll-file-error-messages

Good Luck!

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

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