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Blue Screen what is the reason of the Blue screen (memory Damp)

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    Shakir Saleh Nov 24, 2008

    error code is 0X00000024 (0X001902FE,0XFE83F5F8,0XEF83F2F4,0XF83D2380)

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There are several problems for which blue screen can appear:
1) Memory problem,
2) Operating system problem,
3) Application problem etc.


Generally an error code is also displayed with the blue screen. You need to tell the error number to know more about your problem

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4) Hard drive problem may there is bad sector or bad cluster.

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