Dell Inspiron 6200
Windows XP Professional / Windows Vista home edition dual boot
I used to use XP professional only as Vista had some problem more than an year. Lately I have started getting BSOD with the NMI Parity Check / Memory error when I tried to boot to XP though I was able to log in in the safe mode. It used to be intermittant before and now as soon as i boot i get BSOD. Since I could not boot from XP CD I put the Vista CD and re-installed vista on the earlier vista partition. Now I get BSOD on vista as well.
When I did the system diagnostics I get the following error while doing DST Short test under Hard Drive:
error code 0146
How do I fix this. Looks like it is a hard disk problem. Do I have to completely change the hard disk. My laptop is more than an year old and my warranty is expired.
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