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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.
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.
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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