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blue screen error/STOP: 0x40000080/Dell inspiron 530 HELP!

I hear lots of Dell Inspiron 530 owners are getting this messsage.


My system:

Intel

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Just sharing.

In reply to: blue screen error/STOP: 0x40000080/Dell inspiron 530 HELP!

I've seen that error on non-Dells so isn't the question best asked of the software maker that is presenting the error?

What makes you think this error is Dell's fault?

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I thinkit is a Dell problem

In reply to: blue screen error/STOP: 0x40000080/Dell inspiron 530 HELP!

because when i did a google search on the error message i got loads of people complaining about this problem with their Dell Inpsiron 530s.

As to your comment, how do i know what software is giving me the error. The emssage is a page long, but doesnt indicate where the rror is coming from.

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If there is more it may be in the Event Viewer.

In reply to: I thinkit is a Dell problem

To prove it's Dell's fault we put the machine back to it's delivered configuration and retest.
Bob

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