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    Blue Screen Error - Stop: 0x0000001A - Automatically Reboots

    When I booted up my Dell Latitude D600 I got the following error notification:

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    Error Signature:

    BCCODE: 1a BCP1: 00041785 BCP2: C0C0000

    BCP3: 82478CB0 BCP4: 00000000 OSVer: 5_1_2600

    Product: 256_1 SP1: 3_0


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    C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\WER93b1.dir00\Mini012113-10.dmp
    C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\WER93bl.dir00\sysdata.xml


    After 1 to 2 minutes, the computer reboots automatically. I cleared or unchecked Automatically Restart under System Failure so I could view the following Blue Screen Error:


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    Memory_Management
    Stop:0x0000001A (0x00041785,0xC0C00000, 0x82478CB0, 0x00000000


    Can anyone help or guide me on how to repair this?

    I don't have enough time to download or make any adjustments after logging into my desktop because the computer reboots. I have a lot of information (pictures, music, documents) that I do not want to lose. What are my options?

    Thanks in advance,

    Jay T

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    Have you checked all the physical connections?

    Have you cleaned out the PC recently?

    Have tried to run any diagnostics?

    Joe

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    Hello Joe:

    Yes, I have checked all physical connections.

    What do you mean by clean out the PC? I have Notorn 360 and daily cleanups are performed.

    I ran a pre-boot system diagnostics assessment and everything came back ok. However, it did ask me to insert a Dell Drivers & Utilities CD to continue with diagnostics. I seem to have misplaced this CD.

    One other thing I forgot to mention, I immediately get the blue screen when trying to log in through Safe Mode with Networking.

    Thanks,

    JayT

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    I mean physically clean as with compressed air. Any need for that should have been apparent when you checked the physical connections. You could be having a power problem.

    Joe

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    The computer has been cleaned out with compressed air.

    How would I know whether if its a power problem or not?
    Last edited by JayT03; 2013-01-21 at 17:43.

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    Can you do a Safe Mode boot? If so try a system restore to an earlier time when you could boot.

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    Unfortunately, I get the blue screen error immediately when booting into Safe Mode. Do you have other suggestions?

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    Is the computer currently able to boot?

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    If you you have an XP install disk at the same Service Pack level, you can try a Repair install:
    http://michaelstevenstech.com/XPrepairinstall.htm

    Other wise, try downloading a memory test progarm:
    http://pcsupport.about.com/od/toolso...memorytest.htm

    Jerry

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    The computer will not boot into safe mode. The computer will boot normally, but I only have 2 minutes before the blue screen appears. 2 minutes is not very much time to do anything.

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    I do not have the XP install disk. I will try the memory test program and let you know what it finds. Will these programs actually fix the problem or do they just find the problem?

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    The memory test program will just flag bad memory. If it comes up with error, you have to trouble shoot it yourself. If you have multiple memory sticks, the easiest thing to do is run with one at a time to determine the bad one. Actually, your PC is old enough, you should open it up, clean all the dust bunnys with compressed air especially on the cpu heat sink/fan assembly and the power supply vents. Also, try re-seating the memory and check for any loose cable connections.

    Jerry

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