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BSOD from Vista

Hi,I am very new to here.I just got two BSOD recently and I started my thread in Bleeping computer but they couldn't help me.In addition,I registered new account at Vista64.com and started a new thread but I don't know why they need moderator to approve my post.So I post here.==================================================Dump File : Mini052011-01.dmpCrash Time : 20/5/2011 10:08:04 PMBug Check String : SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLEDBug Check Code : 0x1000007eParameter 1 : 0xc0000005Parameter 2 : 0x82e805e4Parameter 3 : 0x89583c18Parameter 4 : 0x89583914Caused By Driver : hal.dllCaused By Address : hal.dll+770cFile Description : Hardware Abstraction Layer DLLProduct Name : Microsoft

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BSOD from Vista

(This is nice one)Hi,I am very new to here.I just got two BSOD recently and I started my thread in Bleeping computer but they couldn't help me.In addition,I registered new account at Vista64.com and started a new thread but I don't know why they need moderator to approve my post.Crazy.So I post here.

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This error

Has no specific cause. The most common cause I find for IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL is bad ram or overheated CPU/GPU.

But given only the info above and not a word about the PC I can't offer more.
Bob

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What should I do now

Then may I know what should I do now?Can you help me to solve it?

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Without detail

Anything is a wild guess. For example this error on some Dell, HP models has me do a visual inspection for bad caps. Some HP models has me tell the story about an awful design gaffe. And then we have the old heat sink issues.

Nothing points to any particular direction here without story and details.
Bob

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