Question about Toshiba Satellite A100-S8111TD Notebook
I would suspect you have some bad memory. The error message says it can't write to some location, and that normally means the memory there is faulty. It might also mean a problem with the motherboard, but that's unlikely. Try removing the memory modules, clean their contacts by gently rubbing with a pencil eraser, and then reseat them in their sockets so they latch in place. If the problem continues, switch the modules if you have more than one installed. If the memory is the trouble, you will probably have other errors. But if you still get the same error message on shutdown, the motherboard is the culprit.
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