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STOP 0x0000001E

by jdgreen92086 / December 28, 2009 4:45 AM PST

I Googled the error and one resource said to update drivers and bios. So I did. Everything should be up to date. I hoped that would fix the problem, but I'm still getting this error. It seems I only get the STOP error when I'm playing a game, even though it has happened while doing other things.

I don't know what to do. So here is the DMP file, sysdata file, and the report.

If somebody can help I'd appreciate it!

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Re: stop 0x0000001E
by Kees Bakker / December 28, 2009 5:01 AM PST
In reply to: STOP 0x0000001E is about Windows 2000, but it might still be valid. Given your mention of games, I'd start with #4 and #6.

But I'm afraid that is more applicable: "The bottom line here is, if this is not a hardware problem such as faulty ram, a misbehaving motherboard, or perhaps even a bad video card, then there is some corruption of a core system file which only a reinstall will fix in my opinion."

Checking the RAM is easy (for example: If that turns up no errors, you must take a guess about what to do first:
- replace the videocard
- replace the motherboard
- clean install of the OS
The easy case would be a RAM error. So you may be lucky.

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by TaraS_WinTeam / December 29, 2009 6:19 AM PST
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