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I had a blue screen showing a USB error,this was corrected bt help from Expert Exchange.now I am getting a blue screen at various times,pc freezes the blue screen refers to Memory Management error.I use xpmy HD is 250 and RAM 1gb
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by:Iekos
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you need to do a full hardware burnin test.

I cant tell you due to rules but google PC hardware test tools, bootable cd.  Most prob its ur memoery.
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Lukasz Chmielewski earned 2000 total points
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Run memtest, probably a faulty RAM modules...
http://www.memtest86.com/
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by:wulfstan
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I removed and reseated the 2x512 ram, with the intension of booting from the Memtest Cd.before running the memtest, rebooted system after reseating ram, sadly on power up. i get no just a black screen and a quiet peeping noise. re checked the ram all ok. but on restart black screen and the peeping sound.any ideas please.
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Its now obvious its ur ram on motherboard.  Reseat everything and try again, including video if possible.  also remobe extra non system required stuff like pci cards.

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many thanks
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