I rebuilt an older Dell Precision 370 running Windows 2000 and it ran fine for the first day after I had rebuilt it, but the PC was basically sitting idle the entire time. Today is the first day that I have started running programs and put it under some strain. After about an hour I received a semi-blue screen message. When I say "semi-blue screen" the entire OS did not go down. I have a quad core video card and four monitors. The blue screen I received only appeared on one screen.
There was another monitor that still had the my main program running on it and the other two monitors were black, but I am not sure if there was nothing there or did they just turn black. When I rebooted the PC I received a message "uncorrected memory error previously detected in 3FBD7000h." I was thinking about replacing the memory but I wanted to see it anyone else had an idea of the error message I received.