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Hey everyone, just got my first BSOD ever i was wondering what could be the cause since i'm at stock settings. The code is 0x0000004a.
Thanks everyone!
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http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w...c-bc66ccec3f9f
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Need a lot more info than that. Can you post the dump file here? I will look at it for you.

C:\\Windows\\Minidump

Upload the newest one to a free file sharer such as Mediafire.
Edited by pjBSOD - 5/31/11 at 1:33pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mariano View Post
Analyzing it for you now.

Edit: Okay, analyzed it. I'm still fairly new to debugging dump files, but here's what I've gathered. It was probably caused by: ntkrnlmp.exe

In most cases that's caused because of drivers/a certain driver, but it can also be hardware such as memory or your hard drive.

Here's what I can recommend at this time..

1. Update ALL of your drivers to their latest versions. Display, Chipset, you name it. Everything.

2. Run Memtest86 on your RAM. Worst case scenario your RAM is bad. Here's where you download it. There's a tutorial there on how to burn it to a CD/USB/etc.

When running Memtest86 make sure you run it on each stick INDIVIDUALLY. DO NOT run it when all of the sticks are in. Memtest86 acts as if it's all one stick, therefore leaving possible errors unnoticed. For example, leave one stick in and take the rest out. Once that stick passes, put another stick in, etc.

3. Open CMD and type sfc /scannow

Let it run, that's to check your hard drives for errors and bad sectors.

Let us know how it goes man. I'm new to this debugging thing so I'm doing my best to help others
Edited by pjBSOD - 5/31/11 at 1:47pm
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alright, thanks a lot for your help and time.
Edit: I'll try all three things, updating as soon as i finish.
Edited by mariano - 5/31/11 at 1:54pm
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post #8 of 8
No problem, post back if you have any questions and make sure you keep me updated!
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