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While DDR3L memory should theoretically work on a system that accepts DDR3 memory, it may be incompatible with your processor. Per JEDEC specifications, all DDR3-type memory must be capable of functioning at 1.5V. 1.35V DDR3L memory is simply designed to be capable of operation at lower voltage, just as a good CPU can be capable of functioning correctly at ...


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It is very unlikey that the HDD is actually dead, much more likely that the OS doesn't know what to do. Can you get into safe mode? Or to a place where you can do a return to a previous restore point? If not, options are limited at this point but you could try doing a system reset of Windows as you've already tried a repair. This should reset your computer ...


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Bugcheck 0x124 indicates a fatal error: The WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR bug check has a value of 0x00000124. This bug check indicates that a fatal hardware error has occurred. From the dump I can see that you get this timeout error: BUSLG_GENERIC_ERR_*_NOTIMEOUT_ERR =============================================================================== Common ...


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You cat try a repair using XP CD, search on google the steps (press R to try a repair) or if your OS is destroyed try to install a new OS but without formatting the HDD. All your programs will be useless but the data (all file types) will be untouched


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Swapping the battery should not affect system. UNLESS something went wrong. Did you used genuine dell battery or a non-genuine replacement? And basically those are designed to be hot-swappable in any case. Not recommended, but not exactly forbidden either. WHat I recommend to do: STEP 0: Run Dell Diagnostics. And take it from there. Make sure date/time ...


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In my case it was the issue with the Windows Defender on Windows 8.0! Lat 3/4 months everything was ok. Suddenly this started to happen. I had to disable Windows Defender (the realtime protection) and also had to DisableAntiSpyware = 1 registery value in the registry under /Software/Microsoft/Windows Defender. The problem doesn't happen anymore. Note: To ...


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After trying what was suggested in the comment section, I found out that my new Memory sticks or cards are not compatible with my old memory cards. My new memory cards by themselves in the memory slots work fine, but as soon as I put any of my old memory card (1GB or 256MB) my system crashes horribly. Somehow these new cards are different from my old cards, ...


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You may want to consider using a type-II hypervisor like VMWare Fusion, Parallels Desktop or Oracle VirtualBox. These will add a layer of abstraction from the hardware and have their own base drivers which should address your problem. You get the added benefit of having OS X and Windows (or any other guest OS) running at the same time. The biggest downside ...


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This time, the Intel PCI Express x16 Controller (PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0C01) causes the crash: !DevObj !DrvObj !DevExt ObjectName ffffe0019a5a3ba0 \Driver\pci ffffe0019a5a3cf0 InfoMask field not found for _OBJECT_HEADER at ffffe0019a5a3b70 > ffffe0019a5e0900 \Driver\ACPI ffffe0019a5b6890 ...


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This bug tends to be caused by faulty driver and I experienced it a lot before Windows 8 went in the final version. Your SSD might be the cause, in this case the solution probably comes from updating its firmware. I did that on mine and it stopped the random BSoDs. Usually you have either tools that can work online (when booted up) or offline for patching ...


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The compaq and the HP most likely have hidden rescue partitiions on their respective hard drives . Which would be nice for rescuing them from BSOD except thenormal media and the rescue media all expect to see different hardware and key confirmation from their former laptops. You could probably make it work given time and patience and media imaging saoftware ...


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According to the dmp, the nVIDIA driver nvlddmkm.sys for your NVIDIA GeForce GTX 850M (VEN_10DE&DEV_1391) is the cause: !DevObj !DrvObj !DevExt ObjectName ffffe00067c3d1f0 Unable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\nvlddmkm.sys, Win32 error 0n2 *** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for nvlddmkm.sys *** ERROR: ...



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