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When I try to shut down my computer it will just continuously restart. When I disabled the automatically restart thing, it gave methe BSOD with error code 0x0000007e (0xc0000005, 0xba5e25d, 0xba4dbc38, 0xba4db934) Fs_Rec.sys- adress BASE251d base at BASE2000 Datestamp 3b7d8361. I'm what you would call technologically retarded.I have no idea how to fix it. Please help!

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Your problem can be caused by a bad memory.Or if you upgraded your memory recently make sure your motherboard can handle the memory you installed last.Some computers require memory to be installed in pairs two 256s or two 512s, try to remove one of them.

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