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Hi. I get a blue screen with bad_pool_caller error, xp pro starts and stops and then blue screen and reboot forever. Is the motherboard (ASUS M2N68-AM SE2) in default. AMD PHENOM QUAD CORE CPU temperature is 37Celsius, according to specs looks ok. Is there an answer other than change the MBoard. Thanks

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Dear mariolama

It can be due to error in any newly installed hardware or software.
Most probably due to RAM. Check your RAM is perfect or not in other system. Or clean it and restart the system and check.

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