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    XP stop error (WXPhe)

    Just wondering if anyone could help me. I have installed windows xp home several times but constantly get an
    irql _ not _less _or _equal (ox0000000a) or page_ fault _in _non_ paged_ area stop error. I have tried different drivers for the Radeon 9200 but they don't seem to work. I have an MSI neo2 865pe mobo with a maxtor drive and PNY ram. I have no idea how to fix this problem. Thanks.

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    Re: XP stop error (WXPhe)

    <!post=This post,349274>This post<!/post> may help.
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    Re: XP stop error (WXPhe)

    Is XP update to date with patches? Do you mean that with the most current ATI drivers you still get the error? Here's a link to a tool to help with driver problems: How to Use Driver Verifier to Troubleshoot Windows Drivers

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    Re: XP stop error (WXPhe)

    Loose or faulty RAM is a good bet for this problem.
    Try to remove and reseat the RAM stick (s).
    If more than one stick remove and run with one less stick in place. Still have problem, swap the sticks around. Replace the one that was out and remove the other. Process of elimination.
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