blue screen error code 0x800 40507 xp

customers machine gives this error code on end of boot
xp home
roberttownsendAsked:
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roberttownsendAuthor Commented:
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BALMUKUND KESHAVCommented:
Check the following :
Display Driver installed properly, try to update latest driver from net.
Update XP Home.
If problem persist, then change RAM.

Bm keshav
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JonveeCommented:

Did the error begin after downloading a MS update on this customers machine?  

If yes, try rebooting and pressing F8 during the initial startup, to start in Safe Mode with a command prompt then try a System Restore, to get you up and running.

Type the following command at a command prompt, and then press ENTER:
%systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exe

Reference:   http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=304449

If unsuccessful you could try changing the RAM, as already suggested by BMKESHAV ... if there is more than one RAM module (stick), one option would be to remove all but one RAM stick and try a reboot.
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nobusCommented:
are there any minidumps?   post the latest - rename it to **.txt
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BALMUKUND KESHAVCommented:
@ Roberttownsend :
Has you problem solved/diagnosed ?
Bm Keshav

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roberttownsendAuthor Commented:
no  had to fix the computer so I just used another drive and did a fresh installation
thanks
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