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Intermittent bsod on system

Hi

My mother is having a problem with her system, usually on boot up.

This occurs on Windows XP Pro SP2

The bsod shows up with the following stop code.

stop: 0x000000F4 (ox00000003, 0x8A24C020, 0x8A24C194, 0x805D297C)

Beginning dump of physical memory
Physical dump of memory complete

No other technical information is given other than the usual "A problem has been detected and your computer has been shut down to prevent damage" ..... & so on.

I have contacted Microsoft but they were of no help at all.

Any direction would be appreciated.

Thanks

Jim

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