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Looking at the BOSD, bcmw16.sys appears to be part of your wireless or ethernet adapter drivers so I would suggest updating those first. If that doesn't help I would suggest asking on the discussion forum on virtualrouter.codeplex.com as well as on here as the software seems to be the cause of the problem as well.


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That sounds like a Driver Signature Problem. So, how do we solve that? We can get Technical and actually read the Crash Dumps. That will tell us which file, but lets try something more basic. We need to Verify System Files. Much like a Virus Removal, some System files are changed / corrupted. If an Update doesn't take, it will leave the OS in the same ...


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Uncheck use host I/O cache. works with IDE controller. I only had to do this for windows XP x64 professional.


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STOP 0x0000007B errors are caused by device driver issues (especially those related to hard drive and other storage controllers), viruses, data corruption, and sometimes even hardware failures.You can use Windows Boot Genius to fix the problem: Step 1: Create a BSoD Fixing CD/DVD/USB Here you need to utilize a bootable computer to burn a bootable disk. ...


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Your PSU (if functioning correctly) should be able to handle the kit that you listed. However, you mention the problem is worse during graphics intensive work - do you also have a discrete graphics card? These will usually be as demanding or more demanding than the CPU. While you are considering power, you might also want to consider heat - are any of your ...


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4 errors in the course of 10 hours isn't necessarily indicative of bad ram. For example, it could be a bad power supply that can't handle dramatic changes in input voltage. Realistically, when you have bad ram it is a repeatable problem. it won't work one time and not another. I'd start looking for other culprits.


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The STOP Code 0x1a MEMORY_MANAGEMENT with the parameter 1 41790 (A page table page has been corrupted) indicates faulty RAM: The 41790 code is part of our an internal memory manager code but the bugcheck in my experience has almost always indicated hardware issues (RAM errors). So, run a memory testing tool like memtest86+ to detect damaged RAM.


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Your processor might be faulty You reported that Intel HD Graphics Control Panel Service crashed—a problem which could be caused by the processor graphics. edit: the error code is 0x80004005 which means "Access is denied"—not sure why this is happening Your processor was operating well within temperature limits, so thermal problems are ruled out. Your ...


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It wasn't the new configuration, well, almost. My computer's base configuration when I built it was: Motherboard: ASRock N68GS-FX CPU: AMD 4100 @ 4.2GHZ (watercooled, temperature ever reaches more than 40 degrees centigrade) RAM: 4GB DDR3 1366MHZ Hard Drive: 1x60GB SATA3 SSD, 1x 320GB SATA2 HDD, 1x 80GB IDE HDD Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 7700 Now, my ...


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After checking it a bit, I see that the nVIDIA GPU driver is involved: 0xffffd000e1022cc8 : 0xfffff803c7e59e18 : nt!KeAccumulateTicks+0xa8 0xffffd000e1022d18 : 0xfffff803c7e56a71 : nt!KeClockInterruptNotify+0x91 0xffffd000e1022d48 : 0xfffff803c7f7172c : nt!KiIpiInterruptSubDispatch+0x7c 0xffffd000e1022d68 : 0xfffff803c7ef78f5 : nt!KiIpiProcessRequests+0x135 ...


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I got the same setup and it works just fine. Not same memory but same speed. Use docp and make sure to set the right timings and voltage. For my corsair vengence cl 11 its 11-13-13-31 @ 1.65v and tRC at 44. I know its an old question but this is for people who has trouble with this in the future.


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To answer your first question, any imaging software that's made nowadays allows you to image a logical partition or an entire hard drive (raw, forensic, call it what you will). I personally like O&O Diskimage. From there, you boot from your imaging software's ISO/USB stick and restore the image, the MBR will be transferred. MBRWizard 3.0.73 Directly ...


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Knowing what the BSOD was would help narrow down the issue. My guess is that there is a conflict with the storage drivers (0x0000007B). By default, when one storage driver or mode is enabled others are disabled to increase performance and avoid conflicts. When switching between RAID and AHCI or Legacy (IDE), the corresponding drivers must be instructed to ...


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I have a strong Linux background so i'll answer in linux-way. you may boot your system with a linux rescue livecd and perform my suggestions. the answer assume certain unix knowledge, but just comment and i'll clarify. you may simply use the 'dd' tool to make copy of your windows XP installation at block level for example: dd if=/dev/sda ...


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STOP 0x124 with parameter 1 = 0x0 indicates a machine check exception. It means you have a problem with your hardware (most likely your CPU). Determining the specific cause of the problem is a highly technical procedure that requires the Windows kernel debugger, and the information you'll get is likely to be vendor-specific, so I can't go into much detail. ...


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From Microsoft's article "Blue Screen Data": The hexadecimal number following the word "STOP" is called the bug check code or Stop code. This is the most important item on the screen. Each bug check code has four associated parameters. In the first blue screen shown here, all four parameters are displayed after the bug check code. However, in the ...


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When you boot into the recovery options, you must use this command: sfc /SCANNOW /OFFBOOTDIR=c:\ /OFFWINDIR=c:\windows to tell Windows to scan the files of the installed Windows, not the current booted WinPE.


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Issue was bad ram, memtest displayed tons of errors when checked ram separately.


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Alam Without the actual crash logs (called DMP files) it is just a guess. This wiki will show you how to find and upload the DMP files for analysis


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digi All three related to memory corruption (probably a driver. I would start by running driver verifier. See this wiki for instructions.


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Windows XP supported "Hardware Profiles" which would have allowed you to accomplish what you're after. Unfortunately this feature was removed starting with Vista, which means a Windows 7 installation is practically hard-wired to a single PC (whether virtual or not). Unless you have a genius handy who can come up with some crazy hacks I think you're out of ...


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I will appreciate if you could provide me detailed information about your computer specifications. Anyways, based on your query the following solutions will be definitely helpful for you: Check problems with your hard disk, i.e. disk read/ write issues that prevent retrieving/ accessing data in the system files. Double click Computer icon. Right click a ...


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sysprep does not delete drivers. You can also boot from your Windows install DVD and open a command prompt. You can then use this to add drivers to an offline copy of windows. Please adjust the paths as neccessary. DISM.exe /Image:C:\ /Add-Driver /Driver:d:\Drivers\ /Recurse



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