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Supreet Virdi Oct 14, 2003, 06:13am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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hello guys,

Its about a year now....i am facing this problem. i was enjoying with my cerelon 1.2 and same video card which i m using now and same driver also and with win xp pro. i never had such illegal operation or any bugchecks with cerelon. After that i thought i should go for faster processor..so i bought athlon 2000+ with asus mobo with 256 mb stick. Every time i try to play a game....SYSTEM RESTARTS, BUGS, ETC..ETC. so i thought i should get rid of this athlon becoz so many people having problems with it...then i purchased p4 1.8 with via chipset mobo and same vid card with same ram. And still even today now i cannt play game for more then 10 minutes i tried everything from loading all OS (98se,2000pro,server,winxp home edition, winxp pro, winME) nuthing worked at all.....i tried even memory test for 2000% cycles and mostly i get 2 types of exceptions

1.

0x0000000A

2.

0x0000001E

same exceptions with p4 and athlon !

and i am really sick of 0x0000000A

please you guys if some helps me i shall be highly thankful to u.

I THINK I SHOULD CHANGE MY RAM.. BECAUSE I AM HAVING SIMILAR PROBLEM WITH THIS ALSO ...ALL I CHANGED EXCEPT (*RAM) WHAT U SAY GUYS ?

my specs :-

P4 - 1.8
mercury mobo (http://www.kobian.com) P4M266A
256 mb ram
Geforce 2 Mx - 400


Thank you,

Supreet
(Indian Gammer)

(i also posted this problem in motherboard section)


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gordy Oct 15, 2003, 10:47am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Why 0x0000000A and 0x0000001E
if you have an nvidia g force card try it first......

that solved my problems.....

regards

gordy!

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Kevin Toal Oct 15, 2003, 11:28am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Why 0x0000000A and 0x0000001E
i think you should change your RAM...it's possible that when you changed board and processor that you damaged it.


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