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hey i get randomally bsods with this error codesÃ'
0x0000004E (0x0000008F,0x0005DA08,0x0005FA08,0x0000000)
i recently bought new hdd because of it, but it didnt help,
i get random bsods too often, when i take the power off the computer, and then put it back, the computer wont start when i push the button, it will delay for some minutes, and sometimes it wont boot, i have to wait like 5 minutes for the computer to boot alone, and then it will stuck at the boot menu for some minutes, and only after will let me access the computer.
i start to think that the motherboard is the problem, how could I check, could anyone help me please?
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the computer i'm getting the bsod is not in my rig, here is his specs:
CPU TypeDualCore Intel Core 2 Duo E4600
CPU VID1.1875 V
Motherboard NameAsus P5SD2-VM
DIMM2: Kingston (2 GB DDR2-667 DDR2 SDRAM)
PSU: Systems Poderal Maximo
 

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Try this:

Boot into your BIOS, disable "Fast Boot", save and exit. See what error it gives you when you try and boot now. I had something similar happen to me, turns out I had a faulty stick of RAM.

If you don't feel like booting into the BIOS, or can't find the disable Fast Boot option, just try removing your RAM 1 stick at a time or just replacing both, then try rebooting. Hope you can get it solved.
 
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