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Error: Page-fAULT_In_Unpaged_ area. Diable BIOS

Error: Page-fAULT_In_Unpaged_ area. Disable BIOS Memory Options such as cacheing and shadowing.
STOP: 0X00000050 (0X9BF9DB45, 0X00000000,0X8056F16A,0X00000000)
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Nine times out off ten this message is caused by defective memory. If you have more than one stick in the computer, pull them and test them one at a time until the problem triggers again.
Try taking the computer into Safe Mode and see if you still get the message. If you do, then its DEFINITELY the memory.

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