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For about two weeks my computer has been giving me this error. And it goes into a reboot cycle and finally gets up and running. Not sure if yall can see the image as I'm posting from my phone. Once I get the computer up ill post more info.

I've updated the video driver to the most current in hopes to fix it but didn't work.
Any advice is welcomed.

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For about two weeks my computer has been giving me this error. And it goes into a reboot cycle and finally gets up and running. Not sure if yall can see the image as I'm posting from my phone. Once I get the computer up ill post more info.

I've updated the video driver to the most current in hopes to fix it but didn't work.
Any advice is welcomed.

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Hi sub5runner,

0x00000116 code is nasty but this is the first thing you could try to narrow it down the possible cause:

Pull all your RAM sticks out then put only one stick in the slot nearest to the CPU. Power down and unplug power cord then wait 20 seconds while doing this.

If the first stick didn't give you error, try the second, and third stick by itself. This is to finf out if any or all of your RAM DIMMs are defective.
Edited by Ken1649 - 10/5/11 at 5:35pm
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Both sticks gave me the error but eventually turned on. I don't have any spare RAM near by at the moment so will have to try some this weekend.

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Best is to test it with a known good RAM if you can borrow from a buddy to test, if it was really the RAM. If the system was overclock, restore them all to default in BIOS settings. Unstable overclock could have the similar code too.
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Sub5 is your video card OCed? the code starts with ATI and in my experience (Nvidia)
this is usually caused by your video driver locking up

Do you have another card you could test with?
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I did have a slight OC on the CPU and maybe the Video card. i pulled the CMOS battery to reset the cpu oc. Not sure if i had an OC on the video card but just sit it back to default values. Also updated to a newer bios on the mobo. It started up fine this time will report back tomorrow.
No RAM or video card to test until this weekend.

Thanks all for the quick responses.


EDIT: looks like that fixed the problem for now. Looks like no OC for me until I decide to upgrade again.
Edited by sub5runner - 10/6/11 at 7:31pm
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