Question about ASUS P4S800D-X Motherboard
My comp.restart automaticaly and after restart microsoft send a blue message that error code 0000001 parameter1...etc. Wat is this problem?help me fixya?
Try to clean up your memory by doing pencil erasure, note: please apply the eraser at the pin lines (gold color) until you find it very clean and try to clean the memory slot by using clean and dry paint brass. If the problem persist, please do repair your operating system using bootable CD preferable windows XP Pro SP2.
Please let me know if your still experiencing this problem.
Posted on Oct 24, 2007
Most likely, the BSODs are memory related. Your memory may be fine for
normal activites, but when stressed it will buckle under, and the OS
has no choice except to dump and reload. If you can borrow a gig of RAM
that is 'premium' or a higher grade, such as DDR 433 over DDR 400, see
if that cures your problems. It may also be that the modules are
mis-matched, and the controller has a hard time synchronizing page
addressing. All memory modules should be of the same timings and
density. You can mix the amount of RAM on a module, but all other
factors have to be equal. If your mobo has dual-channel capability,
then you have to populate the memory slots in a specific manner to
maintain two equal "stacks" of memory.
Kingston has good memory.. but typically any brand of memory that is 'value' rated will not be as good as a 'premium' version.
You can run all the memory tests you want.. but only a true setting with the OS in effect and intensive graphics/data will disclose your limits as to how the memory can sustain addressing if beyond its timing limits. SySoft Sandra and Micro 2000 are pro diagnostics progams.. and can set up the conditions to cause system components to fail, but not destructively.
Posted on Oct 24, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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