Dell blue screening -

I have a dell that keeps blue screening, could someone look t th DMP file for me please and help me understand why.
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Ess KayConnect With a Mentor EntrapenuerCommented:
HP is one of the cheapest crap out there. the reason they are so cheap is because the materials they use are cheap alloys, not real metals. they are likely to break or burn out.

The last driver to load is
\ S y s t e m R o o t \ s y s t e m 3 2 \ D R I V E R S \ a s y n c m a c . s y s
the last dll to load was
\ W i n d o w s \ S y s t e m 3 2 \ r s a e n h . d l l
So you might want to get a copy of it, in case if its corrupted

I would lean more toward you having faulty RAM or a bad sector on the hard drive / ssd

This is the steps I would use.

Format the system, reinstall the OS
if still error, then replace RAM
if that doesn't work, return the RAM to COSTCO withing the 90 days they allow,
and replace the harddrive/ssd

If those are not the problem, it is the motherboard which you can get a manufacture warranty to assist you with, but I would just bring back the computer and get a Lanovo

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Adam LeinssSenior Desktop EngineerCommented:
The crash is a PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA in NTOSKNRL.EXE, so that isn't much help.  I would suggest running the hardware diagnostics by tapping the F12 key at boot and then picking off Diagnostics from the menu.  If it's a really old Dell, you might have to load the diagnostics software from unto a CD.
If it is an Optiplex GX 270 or GX 280 may be bulging Capacitor.  common problem with these two.
Open the case an look for ones that are bulged.  A shop can repair fairly cheaply if caught before motherboard is destroyed
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John HurstBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Can you run long enough to do the following:  Control Panel, System Properties, Advanced Tab, Startup and Recovery and uncheck (deselect) the option to Automatically restart after a System Failure.

That will leave the Blue Screen on the screen so you can see if there is a different message or added information.

... Thinkpads_User
Mike RoeCommented:
Do you have a usb hub etc used on this computer?
Crash dmp points to mctkmd64.sys  

File is from Magic Control Technology (USB to VGA adapter.) ... Install updated drivers for Magic Control Technology (USB to VGA adapter.) ...reboot and check.

Mike RoeCommented:
I forgot to put the name of the file when I asked about the usb hub etc above.  Ded9 listed the file which is the same one I found in viewing the dmp file.
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