Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
This particular error would typically
indicate a problem with memory mapping associated with a peripheral
device. I was unable to locate a hit for okfu53.sys, but most likely
this is a device driver of some type. The instruction to disable
cache is a holdover from old hardware and operating systems and is most
likely not actually applicable- however by disabling it is just two
areas that are memory users that you don't need at that point.
Frankly I would just reboot. If you see it again reinstall the video
Posted on May 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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