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    low level format erases to the zeros? i downloaded the software, im going to format now. will reply tomorrow with results if i can. 2x hitachi 160 gigs.

    heres the bsod error i get:
    Page fault in nonpaged area
    STOP: 0x00000050(0xE6C82E50, 0x00000001, 0xBFB4D4A3, 0x00000002)
    ATI3duag.dll - Address BFB4D4A3 base at BFAA5000 Datastamp 4519d53c


    also to note: the mouse ps/2 port that i have it plugged into fell out the other day when i was installing my wireless gamepad, while the computer was still on, so could that screw up the mouse?
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    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/329293

    And yes, unpluging a PS2 mouse can screw up either the PS2 controller on the mobo, screw up the mouse or both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madmat View Post
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/329293

    And yes, unpluging a PS2 mouse can screw up either the PS2 controller on the mobo, screw up the mouse or both.
    should i do the low level format or the try and solve the problem first by the link you gave me?

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    Try a USB mouse and try another driver. If that fails format and reinstall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riiaku View Post
    low level format erases to the zeros? i downloaded the software, im going to format now. will reply tomorrow with results if i can. 2x hitachi 160 gigs.

    heres the bsod error i get:
    Page fault in nonpaged area
    STOP: 0x00000050(0xE6C82E50, 0x00000001, 0xBFB4D4A3, 0x00000002)
    ATI3duag.dll - Address BFB4D4A3 base at BFAA5000 Datastamp 4519d53c


    also to note: the mouse ps/2 port that i have it plugged into fell out the other day when i was installing my wireless gamepad, while the computer was still on, so could that screw up the mouse?
    Sounds like a memory BSod,possible CPU
    memtest will still pass bad ram as you may well know
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    That's why you need to run memtest for several hours...

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmat View Post
    That's why you need to run memtest for several hours...
    24hr min
    The OP did it for what,14hr?
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    As far as I can determine 20 minutes...

    Edit: Ok, yeah I missed that before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmat View Post
    As far as I can determine 20 minutes...

    Edit: Ok, yeah I missed that before.
    I've seen that BSoD too many times to count,on my own rigs
    It was at least 90% of the time being bad ram.

    That other crazy shit with the stick figure,lol
    sounds like some nasty spyware needs to be exorsied

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmat View Post
    As far as I can determine 20 minutes...

    Edit: Ok, yeah I missed that before.
    i ran it for 14 hours last night, so a minimum of 24 hours you say? should i run them separately or together? i just performed that uninstall thingy that guy gave me for the microsoft link, im gonan try a game now. i plugged my mouse into a usb slot cause it has a detachable ps/2 and usb connector so it works, no more mouse problems. but im gonna see if my games work, if not ill run the 24 hour diagnostic and then try it if not after that im formatting low level, what do you think? what should i do first?

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