toshiba satellite A65-s126

Posted on 2005-04-24
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i have toshiba satellite A65-s126, while working suddenly this blue screen message appear:

"stop : 0x00000050 (0xEAE1D086,0x00000001,0x805513BA,0x00000002)"

notice that i did fomat and installed a fresh copy of winxp and nothing changed.., still that message appear and reboot tha system, and i upgrade the bios version for the latest version as well..,and also the problem persist!!!
i'm really confused and need help!!

Question by:saeed75
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Bugcheck 50 may be caused by faulty ram or device driver. The failing instruction address 0x805513BA belongs to ntoskrnl which is windows kernel and it does not have any clues.  I need to study your minidump in order to find out the culprit. Attach 3 to 4minidumps at any webspace and you can find the minidumps at the folder \windows\minidumps.

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