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Thread: There is hope for BSOD 0x0000001A

  1. #1
    rogerlebo Guest

    There is hope for BSOD 0x0000001A


    Since I installed RC1 32-bits in early September, I get BSOD STOP 0x000001A
    around 5 times during the 3 first minutes after starting my PC.
    After these 5 times restarting the PC, everything works well.
    It is concerning memory management.
    I sent many MEMTEST to Microsoft.
    MEMTEST confirmed that there is no problem concerning my memory sticks.

    Yesterday, I got this in "Problem Reports ans Solutions" concerning BSOD
    STOP 0x0000001A :

    Error is being researched
    Thank you for submitting an error report to Microsoft Online Crash
    Analysis. Unfortunately, we cannot provide you with specific information
    about how to resolve this problem at this time. The information that you
    and other users submit will be used to investigate this problem.


    This error is currently being researched.

    So, there is hope.

  2. #2
    Will Schuitman Guest

    Re: There is hope for BSOD 0x0000001A

    I have seen a post here someware that stated that 0x000001A is related to
    hardware not being properly inserted into slots, or bad conacts in slots.
    not sure if this is of any help to you but it may point you in the right

  3. #3
    Gedi Guest

    Re: There is hope for BSOD 0x0000001A

    Hi all, I have just ran into this problem with a few others attached all
    related to my PSU.

    Hot off the press:

    1/ Can't come out of Hibernation
    STATUS: 0XC0000411
    INFO: A fatal error occurred processing the restoration data
    FILE: \hiberfile.sys

    This was due to me adding a new HDD & RAM plus the fact that my system
    was set up to hibernate when I powered down. Hence I pulled the power
    lead out & caused the crash.


    This is related to the No 1, because I caused the crash my PSU never
    had enough juice to resume my OS as my new HDD was drawing it's own

    3/ Memory_managment

    As above not only was the HDD drawing juice from the power supply so
    was my new 4Gb of RAM causing my pc to stick on the splash screen to get
    into the BIOS.

    Works fine with a single 2GB stick, looks like a new bigger PSU is in

    Also, at first no matter how many times I booted up with which ever RAM
    I had banked it was freezing in the same place. I had to unplug all
    attachments including extra fan then boot from CD to recieve messages.

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