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#1 qrius2noall


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Posted 27 November 2006 - 10:41 AM

this being the firstever post to any forum in my life(iam an absolute newbie into this wonderful world of computers)so iask for forgiveness in anticipation(i promise to respect all the rules,just be a little patient and helpful to me please) if something is being presented here not the way it should be

for the last couple of days,after i press logoff option , error message (of the type shown below)shows up before the screen goes black

the instruction at 0x69532047 referencedmemory at 0x00000000 couldnot be read

or sometimes the message is the instruction at 0x015575db referenced memory 0xcf5dddbe could no be read

afer flashing his message(with a loud scary beep)for about 2-3 seconds(difficult even to read it completely) t
he screen then turns black and ican switch off the computer.

iam kind of scared,as the computer is just six months old and already i had to get its ram and motherboard replaced(under warranty) and now these error messages

any help of any kind will be highly appreciaed

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#2 acklan


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Posted 29 November 2006 - 02:59 AM

we will start with the simple stuff first. I want you to try a memory test on your computer. Go to MicroSoft's Memory Test.

Here is a site that will explain your beeps. BIOS beep & POST codes
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