1260Re: Fatal error (BSOD) crash
- Jun 4, 2012Vladimir,thank you for your help i appreceiate it very much because i'm totally in the dark.So i take note of this possible solution and i will have to seek help from a local computer "guru" friend to take a look at this as it exceeds my comuter knoledge.
I'll keep you informed.
--- In ROSDIGITALMODEMGROUP@yahoogroups.com, "ra1ahq" <ra1ahq@...> wrote:
> > "Wouters" <ve2wtx@> wrote:
> > --- In ROSDIGITALMODEMGROUP@yahoogroups.com, "Wouters" <ve2wtx@> wrote:
> > > Let's hope it stays that way.
> > > See you on the waterfall in ROS mode of course!
> > > 73 Eric VE2WTX.
> > >
> > NO LUCK...the same problem keeps coming back.
> > What to do ?
> Hello, Eric! My co-worker, computer "guru" said, BSOD on your PC may be connected with deffective random access memory (RAM). Simply pull out all of the memory modules and replace it with the good ones. Also, check in BIOS the parameter "memory timing". Set it to the default value "BY SPD".
> If it is not help, ask Microsoft. :) http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-system/bsod-0x10d/ce21ad71-57f1-4716-bc36-c03bef026275
> See you on the bands. 73!
> Vladimir RA1Ahq
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