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Bsod hello! my problem with memory..I have a stop screen with error after install 2 memory modules..when instlled 1 module-its ok..maybe,it must to update bios?

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    Hi!, Have you set the voltes and timing in BIOS? -r0lfi

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Maybe a memory leak, or damaged?
is this the RAM we are talking about?

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I have a Gateway MX8734 laptop - it's about 4 years old or so. Almost every time it's moved while on, it shuts down instantly. Other times, we get a BSOD error indicating that something's up...


Hi,

I see how frustrating it can be to have a computer that is as unreliable. In this issue, as you described, I see that there are a couple of things that might be causing the failure in your portable system. One is the video card driver, another is the memory module. The reason for the failure on the memory module is that once an operating system is loaded into a computer, it gets loaded in the memory module, and failure of the device will usually result to BSOD.

Here is what you can try to do to further isolate the issue.

1. uninstall the video driver of your computer
a. press the windows key + R
b. type devmgmt.msc then click on ok
c. click on the plus sign beside the display adapter and you should see there something that says Intel GMA 950 Dynamic Video.
d. right click on that item and then choose uninstall.
e. download this file into your computer desktop: video driver
f. restart your computer. when it asks for a video driver for your computer, cancel it then double click on the driver that you downloaded into your desktop.

if this does not resolve the issue, you will need to do trial and error on the memory module on your computer.

2. Reseat the memory module on your computer. Download this user manual so that you will be guided in getting access to the memory module of your computer.

3. if step 2 does not work try to work your computer with one memory module at a time (assuming that you have two memory module installed in your computer. This is to find out if there are any defective memory module installed in your computer.

I do hope this information is enough to fix your computer. Do give me an update on what happens so that we will be able to further diagnose your concern.

Note: it would help much if you take a note on the BSOD error that you encounter.

Jul 21, 2011 | Gateway MX8734 PC Notebook

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We understand that your problem is: Dell Latitude D420 - additional memory installed 2GB but the sytem only sees 467Mb of memory, keep getting BSOD on Boot every time. Have re-installed mem chip on...


1) Make sure you have the right memory module type. IE ddr2 ect. check your model with a memory website that checks which modules should be in your particular notebook. Its a tedious task but important.

2) Make sure your type of notebook can handle the amount of memory you have in the laptop. Some types only allow a maximum memory limit.

3)Make sure chip is installed correctly that both sides are clicked in properly.

Jun 12, 2011 | Dell Latitude D420 Notebook

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I have a Sony Vaio FX802 with 384 MB ram, split 1 x 256MB and 1 x 128MB across 2 banks. Last week I noticed that I was running on 256MB only so I re-seated the 128MB module and that seemed ok for a time,...


when adding new memory always take all memory out, reinsert the new 256mb stick into the first memory socket dimm1 normally, boot the laptop up, if the laptop boots then fine the memory module is ok, shut down and insert the original 256mb into the second slot, dimm2 then boot the laptop it should now boot normally, if not there maybe problems with the memory slot itself, give it blow to get rid of any dust and try again, if this dosent work post back.

Aug 20, 2010 | Sony VAIO FX150K Notebook

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Dell Inspiron 6000, Windows XP. Page Fault Error. Laptop died with BSOD indicating Page Fault error. Won't start in normal (BSOD) or any of the safe modes (hangs while loading drivers). Any ideas?


This appears the be a RAM memory read error. Try removing one of the memory modules, and run the system see if the error still occurs. Then try the other module. If issue is only associated with 1 module, replace that one.

Memory can be purchased here: www.crucial.com

Jan 05, 2010 | Dell Computers & Internet

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Blue screen and the charger works sometimes


blue screen aka bsod. when you get this bsod it will show you stop error code. you need to get the code to identify the exact issue you're having. If the bsod occures after the dell logo issue might be the video card or memory. if the bsod occures after windows logo then if might be caused by a corrupted windows updates or windows system file corruption. if the bsod occured after dell logo then check your memory if you have 2 ram modules try to remove 1 ram first then try booting your system using only 1 ram, try to swap and isolate reseat and teach eash slot on each ram module. if bsod occures after windows logo then try to run a test for your hard drive Fn+Power. If no errors it might be windows file corruption which needs to be restored or re-installing OS.

Oct 02, 2009 | Dell Latitude D510 Notebook

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Acer Extensa 5620Z will not work with more than 2GB RAM??


parrotheadpc is incorrect in stating "you can only have a total of 2048 mb installed".

the 5620Z accepts 2 x 2 GB SODIMM RAM, the machine boots and shows the full 4 GB in the BIOS.

the full 4 GB works with the Ubuntu x64 installer.

Windows XP x32 goes BSOD on startup.

Windows 7 x64 install from DVD fails with same BSOD error.

conclusion: this is a Windows-Extensa 5620Z incompatibility that would require a fix by ACER at the BIOS level.

question: there may be specific memory modules 2 x 2 GB which do work--anyone have it work with Windows?



Oct 02, 2009 | Acer Extensa 5620 Notebook PC

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IO1_Initialization_Failed error on Emachine


Try starting it in Safe Mode (hit F8 key at boot-up). If you see the error "Page_Fault_in_nonpaged_Area stop", you have bad memory usually. If you have 2 memory modules installed, remove one and reboot. If you get the error, remove that memory module and install the other. If it boots cleanly, you have a bad memory module.

May 02, 2009 | eMachines T6524 PC Desktop

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BSOD - Page in Non Page Area


Before re-imaging the system, I'd try the Memory modules individually (If the system is equipped with 2 memory modules) From experience, I've learned that PASSING a memory diagnostic really doesn't provide any useful information. A diagnostic failure is generally correct but I've had many memory modules that pass disgnostics fail to operate Windows

Apr 01, 2009 | Acer Aspire 5050-3242 Notebook

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SAMSUNG 1GB RAM 400MHZ PC3200


RAM has to be

Four 184-pin DDR DIMM sockets

Supports PC3200 (400 MHz) /PC2700 (333 MHz) / PC2100 (266 MHz) DDR DIMM type

Maximum HP/Compaq approved memory module is 1 GB

Maximum HP/Compaq approved memory is 4 GB
It has to be the same.


• If you are replacing a memory module, put the
new memory module in the same memory slot
from which the old memory was removed.
Or
• If you are adding a memory module, install the
new module into the socket nearest the
preinstalled module, and install additional
modules in the next available sockets

Jan 14, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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