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BOSD error code 1000000a

We've starting getting this BOSD Error code 1000000a, parameter1 9d066240, parameter2 00000002, parameter3 00000000, parameter4 80522f2a.
Last week, we noticed one to scsi drives failed and it was in a rebuild state, the drive rebuilt but we continue getting these BOSD.
Machine type is a Dell Percision 670, XP w/sp2, 4 scsi hdd, with 3gb ram.

Any ideas??
1 Solution
Very likely this is due to failing memory or overheating.

Make sure the fans are spinning.
Reseat the memory modules.
If you have more than one, interchange the modules and see if anything changes.
Run memory diagnostics. There are several on the free bootable UBCD:

Did anything change recetly just before the errors started?
Trying updating your drivers (video, system, and sound first) see if that fixes it.
As has been said - most likely hardware related.

Download and install this utility - have a look under Motherboard\Sensor. Post the given temperatures.

Also - try creating a bootable CD from here: http://www.memtest.org/#downiso

Boot your computer with it - and run at least 2-3 complete passes - anything in red shows that you have bad memory. (This tool is on the ubcd - as r-k alludes to - but this version from the website is kept up to date more frequently)
plhigdonAuthor Commented:
It appears that the Nviada driver was the cause of the problem.
Steps to resolve this problem were as fellowed.
1. Uninstall the Raid storage manager
2. Reboot
3. Upgrade with the most current Nviada driver
4. Reboot
5. Install the most current Raid Storage manger software
6. Reboot
This seems to have resolved our system crashes.

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