STOP messages



It can boot Windows after several reboots, but each restart is accompanied by
a STOP screen. You’d think the screen is the same, but no-it is not. I’ve had
7E ; 7B ; 8E ; 0x00000050 ; c000021a ; 0x0000000A stop screens. Since I
changed the DIMM slot, 8E has appeared just once. However I was thinking if
there is a link between them, which I can use to fix this. Also I have those
Win32k.sys , NDIS.sys , ACDI.sys at the blue screen almost every time.
Also under Safe Mode in Device Manager there is that PnP BIOS Extension
which tells me that it cannot initialize the device driver for this hardware
(code 37) and if I try to run troubleshooting this c000021a screen appears.
Outside Safe Mode the device works properly. I can’t understand that. I tried
to upgrade the driver but I was told that this is the best it could find.
I was thinking to do memory test, but despite that could it be another
hardware problem? Once started Windows works all right, only if I leave it
without anything running on, I get some of these stop screens. After restart
it’s fine again.
Thanks very much for you answers and if any one can think of something,
please I’d be very grateful


Yordan said:
It can boot Windows after several reboots, but each restart is

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