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I am having an issue with a custom build Fry's computer. I was getting a different error code and that ended up being the video card. Now I am getting a different message with only the chipset installed on the motherboard. I was thinking that the issue was with the memory but I did a memtest, ran it 5 times, didn't an errors. The error message is Stop: 100000d1 (ffff8002, 00000007, 00000001, f848966c). The is after a fresh reinstalled of the OS, so no windows updates have been installed either. Any help is very much appreciated.
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This is the link for the previous issue that I had with the this computer. http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Windows/XP/Q_22434280.html.
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The Ultimate Boot Cd (www.ultimatebootcd.com) has a very good collection of hardware diagnostic programs.  Although you already ran memtest86, you may want to try some of the cpu, mb tests.

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I am downloading it right now and will run the test as soon as it is finished.
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can this help ?  it seelms related to drivers
http://www.techspot.com/vb/all/windows/t-46328-The-Blue-Error-Of-Death-AGAIN-100000d1.html
it can be a bad mobo too . .
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This is exactly what I was looking for thank you very much. Ended up being the chipset that was installed. Looking for the correct chipset now for an i865g motherboard.
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what model ?
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by:accrain
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The model on the motherboard is 865G-M Rev 2.3. I thought that the chipset was the I865G from intel but that is the one that has been causing this issue.
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Is that an ECS mobo ? if so, find your drivers here :
http://www.ecsusa.com/downloads/865g-m-deluxe.html
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