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Captain Jack Sparrow Nov 14, 2005, 11:22am EST Report Abuse
Hello friends, i've recently joined this forum only after searching for a topic named as above. However, mine was a slightly different problem:
I had a 2.5ghz, 40GBHDD, 512MBRAm, windowsxp. Recently, i started getting these blue screen errors, after loud clicking noises from inside my comp, automatic reboots & hangups:
<b>KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR
(then rest of stuff)
Technical Information:
STOP: 0*0000007A(O*C0384020, 0*C00000E, 0*E1008820, 0*0AC1888)
Beginning dump of physical memory</b>
I'm not pretty sure but it was somewhat this.
Reboot followed where the Pc wasn't able to recognize my hard drive:
<b>No media detected: Check cable
No OS found</b>
I did check cables, tightened it also & then it started very well for a day & then the same problem. My dealer thought it was something to do with RAM, so i removed on of the 2 256MB ones. But still the same problem.
Can u please help?
PS: Solutions will be helpful if provided in simple language terms.


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Surpher805 Nov 14, 2005, 12:58pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: Inpage data error(new): help needed
to me that says your hard drive is taking a crap and you should replace it.
more specifically I think the reason you got the error that you did was because the data being written to the page file was getting corupted due to read/write errors from the failing drive.

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Captain Jack Sparrow Nov 15, 2005, 04:02am EST Report Abuse
>> Re: Inpage data error(new): help needed
<b>I actually have two pagefiles. Is that one of the reasons?</b>
Well, it has hardly been over a year since i bought this comp & already te drive's down!!
<b>Q.1</b> What could be the possible reasons?
Could it be that since i am using a lot of devices from a single switch board? or because of dust?
I ran a chkdisk after error & it reported a lot of corrupt data. Luckily, it was able to restore them again.
<b>Q.2</b> Will formatiing my drive or reinstalling windows help?
<b>Q.3</b> How can we increase the life of a hard disk?

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angryhippy Nov 15, 2005, 04:45pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: Inpage data error(new): help needed
There's no reason to have 2 page files. The bug check code can be caused by a failing drive or bad sectors. The clicking like surpher says, sounds like a hard drive going bad. Back up all your important data NOW before it dies. Then go to start/my computer/ and right click on your hard drive. Hit properties and go to the tool tab. Under error checking, hit the check now button. It will tell you no but it will run the next time you reboot. Say yes and reboot and let the utility check for bad sectors. Unfortunately age has nothing to do with components dying. They can last 10 years without problems or die in 2 days. Most hard drives are guaranteed for from 1 to 3 years, depending on brand. You would have to check with the manufacturers web site. The makers usually have speciic software to test your hard drive with as well.

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