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Blue screen after less than 5 minutes after boot-up. IALMRNT5 error.

My Fujitsu Lifebook S6210 laptop has worked perfectly for 3 years. Suddenly, it will only boot up when it's been sitting for several hours and after less than 5 minutes, I get the BSOD 000000EA error citing IALMRNT5 as the culprit. I haven't installed anything on this machine in months. None of the drivers have been updated recently. It hasn't been dropped or manhandled. It just suddenly started acting this way.

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The problem could likely be the onboard video card. Since it uses system memory to run, it could be a memory chip. If you don't have this problem while swapping chips, it's likely that you'd have to get a new motherboard, or a separate video card. I noticed that as soon as I tried looking at a 3D screensaver in the Display properties, it would freeze and then give me a blue screen. So, as I said. Either a new motherboard, ram, or separate video card.

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Try booting in safe mode and try system restore, by clicking on start>All prog>accessiories>system tools>system restore. and restore the system to an earlier time when it was working fine.

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