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#1 zg1286


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Posted 03 July 2009 - 08:12 AM

I have been having a problem with BOSD
The error I get is Stop 0x000000F4 (0x00000003, 0x84958DAO, 0x84958F14, 0x805FB046)
Have checked web and all refers to hardware problem. Not sure where to start looking.
System is as follows
AMD 1.3 Processor
896 RAm
Maxtor 60 gig master
Maxtor 160 gig slave
Windows XP Po SP3
Pioneer DVD

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#2 High500


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Posted 03 July 2009 - 09:06 AM

Hi zg1286

After a little digging I found this, might be able to help you I don't know:

A computer that is running Microsoft Windows XP or a later operating system stops responding during resume from standby, and you receive the following KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR stop error message:
0x0000007a (e163a3e4,c000000e,bf8e9313,0697f860)
0x000000F4 (0x00000003, Parameter2, Parameter3, Parameter4)
Note Parameter2, Parameter3, and Parameter4 in the stop error may vary.

This problem occurs on a computer in which Windows XP or a later operating system is installed on a hard disk that is configured as a subordinate and no other device is connected to the same IDE controller channel (primary or secondary).
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This behavior may occur when you use Windows XP or a later operating system with some motherboards. Microsoft is researching this problem and will post more information in this article when the information becomes available.
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To resolve this behavior, use one of the following methods: For Parallel Advanced Technology Attachment (PATA) hard disks, configure your disk drive as master only. For Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) hard disks, connect the hard disk cable to a master channel SATA connector on the motherboard.
Connect another device as a master, such as another disk drive or a CD drive or DVD drive.
Change your PATA and SATA IDE cable even if the cable does not appear worn.
Install Windows on a new hard disk because it is possible that your hard disk or your Windows installation may be corrupted.

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Steps to reproduce the behavior
1. For PATA hard disks, set the hard disk jumper to slave mode. For SATA hard disks, connect the hard disk cable to a slave channel SATA connector on the motherboard.
2. In BIOS power management, set BIOS to S1 or S3 (STR).
3. Install Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 1 or Service Pack 2.
4. Restart the computer.
5. Set the computer to Standby.
6. Try to resume the system. The system stops responding.

Let me know!


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