Re: Could you guess where the problem is ?
- From: thunder@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Mon, 07 Jul 2008 06:32:55 -0500
On Mon, 07 Jul 2008 04:18:48 -0700, nylee wrote:
On Jul 7, 7:52 pm, david <n...@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Mon, 07 Jul 2008 00:08:18 -0700, nylee rearranged some electrons to
Dear News Readers
I'd like to ask your recommendation for the following matter.
I have a computer, which I used for 3 months with Window XP without a
big problem. But, recently, I felt the computer showed a blue screen
and downed too frequently. So I installed Fedora Core to that
That computer was OK for several days with Fedora Core, but it downed
more often than Window XP when I use X window. To avoid the
breakdown, I used that computer only as ssh-server. I mean I do 'ssh'
to that computer, and run some program which does not require X
window. But it was OK just for several minutes, and stop running the
program after sending some message something like "...Bad RIP on
value". In this time there was no system down.
After frustrated by these problems, I decided to change back to
Window XP. But, in this time, the computer did not allow the
installation by sending the message like "...IRQL not less or
Now I also failed to install Fedora Core.
I googled this matter, and some people said those message("...Bad RIP
on value" or "...IRQL not less or equal...") are related to false ram
Could you guess where the problem is ?
Thanks in advance
You should get a copy of 'memtest86+' and run a memory test.- Hide
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Thanks for your recommendation.
But I don't know how to do memory test with the computer that does not
have any kind of OS yet all.
Memtest86+ can come in a bootable iso. It doesn't need an installed OS.
Depending on your problem, it may not boot, but it is with a shot.
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