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Bsod 0xdeaddead. restart and when it wants to.

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    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    have you recently added a program or done updates thru microsoft ?



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No programs added. Microsoft updates can crash to BSOD 0xdeaddead 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000. When I restart it gos to bsod above. Will be working on a file and it will crash to the bsod above. Not every Microsoft update will crash in the process of installing but some have. No new hardware or software has been added for sometime now. Streets and Trips has been loaded and taken off several times because it will not run with out a startup error. Everything other than that works fine.

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This is an issue with the RAM CHIP, the CHIP has errors, try changing the RAM with the same shop you bought, if you had bought it as new else change using warranty...

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