System error 102

Dell Optiplex 745. Reloaded Win XP Pro on 15/9/08 due to virus. Everything had been working just fine until November 5th. when the system blue screened 4 times during the day. Passes all Dell diagnostics. Working just fine at the moment. Don't know what to do right now. Give it back to the user or reload windows again. Wish there was more info on error or if there was some way to find out what happened on November 5th. The event log has the 4 entries for the times it crashed. Event attached as jpeg.
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Paulduberry--Click on the link, send the report to MS and after a short wait you should get a window with more info and perhaps some ideas for fixing.  
This reference may help since you have pinpointed the Source of the problem Error&phase=1
The problem may be associated with faulty RAM.

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PaulduberryAuthor Commented:
I didn't get any response from MS and the link to, well I don't know what I'm supposed to do with it. It doesn't seem to tell me anything. Can you say some more about this please?
PaulduberryAuthor Commented:
Anyway I'm off to bed now. Looking at previous questions like this, people have been asked to submit their minidumps. Should I? I just feel that people are slow to respond on this one.
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Paulduberry--Did you click on the BLUE link, send the report to MS and after a short wait hopefully get a window with more info and perhaps some ideas for fixing?  You may have to wait as long as a minute for that window to appear. If you need help in interpretation, copy and post here.
Concerning the eventID link, it eventually leads to this page
Lots of hardware related issues.
If you feel necessary, by all means post the minidump.
PaulduberryAuthor Commented:
Strange thing happens when I click on the BLUE link. It breaks my winsock every time without fail and I then have to effect a repair but the point is, whatever is going on with this computer I am not going to get that link to work. 'This page cannot be displayed' message comes up in the Help and Support window after a minute and I then can't even display web pages in any browser window.
PaulduberryAuthor Commented:
I'm going to wipe it. Thanks anyway.
Paulduberry--The link has been slow for me lately, but fortunately no winsock problems.  Sorry to hear it and that we could not fix things.
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