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BSOD and 0x00000116

The computer crashed with blue screen and 0x00000116 code. It occurred while I was playing a game

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SOURCE: crash dump blue screen

If warranty - call it in. Otherwise it sounds like a classic case of bad ram. Find a friend with similar ram in his/her laptop and do a test swap to see if symptoms repeat. Then replace the ram. Far more common in HP's then Toshiba, but it happens for no reason. Basically it's a page in or out error with the ram causing windows to "freak out".
You can get a good selection of ram from Tigerdirect.com or newegg.com.

Posted on Apr 28, 2008

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A blue screen indicates an operating system error. Many times you can fix it by doing a system repair or reload, however, occasionally the blue screen is caused by a hard drive crash. To start you will need to run a system repair with your recovery or operating system disc. If the repair doesn't take, then try to totally reinstall the operating system. If you have any problems during or after the install then the hard drive has failed and will need replaced. If you have anymore questions feel free to ask.

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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Try to change the memory modules...if there is two inset 1 at a time and boot ur system to check if u still face the problem....if not try borrow a memory module..and check....it looks like its the memory in your case but if you u still have problem having verified that its not the memory...



First of all, you need to understand what "System32 corrupt or missing" actually means.
System32 is a vital part of your PC. You can look at it as the heart and brain of the Windows operating system without which, your computer would not be working at all. System32 is usually located in the C: drive under C:WindowsSystem32 or C:Winntsystem32 and is usually hidden in order to prevent any accidental alterations by the user.

Reboot your PC and press F8 during the booting sequence until you get into the boot menu. Select "Boot Using Last Known Good Configuration". Your PC will now try to startup using a configuration that has worked in the past. If you are still facing the System32 corrupt or missing error, you could try the following but you have to be careful. In case you are not comfortable messing with your system files, skip this part and continue reading the "Quick and Easy Fix" paragraph.
Use the Console to Fix the "System32 Corrupt or Missing" Error

Insert your Windows XP Recovery disk and reboot your PC. If you don't have a recovery disk skip this paragraph. Select the Recovery Console and type the following into the console.
This will recover your windows system but you need to be extremely careful that you are typing correct commands or everything gets even worse.
md tmp

copy C:windowssystem32configsystem C:windowstmpsystem.bak

delete C:windowssystem32configsystem

copy C:windowsrepairsystem C:windowssystem32configsystem

Quick and Easy Fix

In case you don't feel comfortable messing with your windows system; I suggest using a Windows System Repair tool which will scan your System and list all system errors before attempting to fix it. Besides solving the System32 corrupt or missing error, a system repair tool will ultimately speed up your System as it cleans and reorganizes your registry and deletes unnecessary files.
A commonly used tool is Errorsmart which is available for free at http://www.SpeedUpMyPc.Info Before re-installing windows or messing with your system, give Errorsmart a try and check if it is able to fix system32 corrupt or missing error

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Posted on May 05, 2009

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SOURCE: Sims 3 keeps crashing or BSOD "ati3duag.dll"

Go to the website for both the sound card and the video card. But you might already have the latest drivers, it may just be an issue with the game settings.

Posted on Nov 23, 2009

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Hello dear, I'm one of the users of LXU 800 modem. I tried all the sources and found there is no way resolving this issue because the manufacturer has not yet released any updates till now. I also heard the team at Reliance doesn't care about this issue because the actual manufacturer is LG. Anything to share? Meet me at [email protected] Have a great day. Yours truly, N Bhargav Reddy.

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