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Dell Vostro 1500 BSOD

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Hello! we have a Dell Vostro 1500 XPpro core 2 duo that recently has been giving us a BSOD with no stop message. here are the codes:
0x0000008E (0xc0000005, 0x8054B10D, 0xA740F468, 0x0000000)

What could it be?
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techmaza earned 2000 total points
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u r getting this due to some hardware error, try installing other OS or use live cd to detect the problem.
Use UBCD or HirenBoot CD for it.
In such case u can contact Dell service center for correcting ur problrm.

Thanku
Hope ur problem will be solved by this


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by:willcomp
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Look in the C:\Windows\Minidump folder and see if there are any recent minidump (*.dmp) files. If there are, attach the 2 most recent ones to a comment after renaming with a .txt extension.
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Bad ram
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