Blue screen error

Posted on 2007-10-10
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
Please see the below errors.  We are getting blue screens with these errors.  After we re-boot everything works fine.  We replaced the hard drive a couple months ago because of similar errors and everything worked fine until now, and it came back.  Any ideas?

(1st error)

Error signature
     BCCode: 1000000a     BCP1: 00000000     BCP2: 00000002     BCP3: 00000001
     BCP4: 8050037E     OSVer: 5_1_2600     SP: 2_0     Product: 256_1

(2nd error)

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Question by:LeviDaily
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    Assisted Solution

    First - run a chkdsk /R on the hard drive(s) in question.
    Then - check for memory errors (as pointed out in skree358's post)
    But - more than anything - remove any software that you installed recently - or use system restore to restore your computer to an earlier time - before the trouble started.
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    Assisted Solution

    Bugcheck 0A is usually related to faulty memory or software error at device driver.  If you would upload rgw minidumps to EE "Expert Area",  I will examine the minidump and find out the root cause. You can find the minidump at the folder \windows\minidumps

    Upload Minidumps to EE "Expert Area"
    . Login using your Experts-Exchange username and password.
    . Click on "Expert Area" tab
    . Type url link of your Question
    . "Browse" your pc to the location of your Minidumps click "Upload"
    . Copy the resulting "url" and post it back here.

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    Assisted Solution

    Go ahead and run the offline crash Diagnostic and report the IDS back here.
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    Expert Comment

    Hope that you got the issue resolved.

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