Question about Dell Inspiron XPS M140 Notebook
There is normally a file associated with the stop code. I had one a few days ago caused by an audio driver. The file was cmuda.sys. That is only an example. Once you know the file you can search for it to find out which device uses it. The download and install the latest driver for that device and the BSOD should not return.
Also, it is a good idea to defrag the drives. I like to use Pwr Defragmentor. Seach and download it. It's small, effective and will run in the back graound.
You should also run chkdsk /r from a cmd window.
Good luck and let me know how it works out.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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