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PC Cannot Boot

After I boot up PC and use for about 5 minute, it’s hanged for about 1 minute and turn to blue screen, given message;
A problem has been detected and windows have been shut down to prevent damaged to your computer. A process or thread crucial to system operation has unexpectedly or been terminated. If this is the first time you’ve seen this stop error screen, restart your computer. If this screen appears, follow this step:

Check to make sure hardware and software is properly installed. If problem continue, disable or remove new installed hardware or software. Disable BIOS Memory option such as Caching or Shadowing.

On error code read:

Stop: 0x00000F4 (0x00000037, 0x85602020, 0x86602194, 0x805FB046)
Beginning dump of physical memory.

When reboot and press TAB, it read:
Memory Testing: 1015808K OK +32768K Shared Memory

Detecting IDE drives----

It’s stop here and cannot boot further. No new hardware or software installs recently and all fans are working normal, so I isolate the power supply and take out the RAM (DDR 1) and re-install back, re-boot again and problem still persist. The next day surprisingly it can boot up but can work only about 10 minute and the problem repeated. I did try using another same working type RAM from another PC, still cannot boot up. Is that anything wrong with the RAM or Mainboard? On the Disable BIOS memory option, it cannot switch to BIOS mode despite DELETE key is press, so if to disable the memory option such as Caching or Shadowing is impossible. Please advice.
My PC is about 4years++ and the system is: Intel(R) Pentium 4CPU 2.4Ghz(133X18) 478 pin, Mainboard – MSI V Class VIA® P4M266A + 8235 Chipset Based P4MAM-V Series (MS-6787 v2.X), 1G Kingston DDR1 RAM(about 3months old), Window XP Professional with Service Pack 3.

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"0x000000F4: CRITICAL_OBJECT_TERMINATION One of the many processes or threads crucial to system operation has unexpectedly exited or been terminated. As a result, the system can no longer function. Specific causes are many, and often best resolved by a careful history of the problem and the circumstances of the error message" - so it doesnt say anything !

- check u;re harddisk for errors (i see that some people that had the same error, had hardrive issues.). It cand be the harddrive beacouse u're comp stops at the Detecting IDE drives ...

- try doing a BIOS update! To go into BIOS settings read the manual ... "del" doesn't work with all computers !!!

- but i susspect that u're problem is overheating components ! Probably the processor or the motherboard chipset ! Check to see if the processor gets hot ! (with software, or just keep u;re hand on the cooler and see if it gets hoter than it should ). Do the same for the chipset ! (chipsets run preaty high in temperature, so it;s ok to be hotter than the processor!).

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