Reset CMOS (unplug computer, take out battery, move jumper for 10 secs, reinstall battery, turn on. 2. You need to isolate the exact place where it's failing, pre windows load, which means it has nothing to do with windows or drivers, or post windows load. Update your msi bios, and see if that fixes the issues. What I would recommend is using the msi software that does the bios update automatically, it's a desktop application. http://birdsallgraphics.com/error-code/error-code-0000009c-parameter1-00000004-parameter2.php
Windows xp event viewer is found in 'administrative tools' => 'event viewer' or 'computer management' => event viewer' => 'system'. Help BleepingComputer Defend Freedom of Speech Back to top Back to Windows XP Home and Professional 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to Forum SolvedWorst install ever, frustrated and need some help. The bugcheck was: 0x100000ea (0x893d0970, 0x89e38770, 0xbacd7cb4, 0x00000001). https://hardforum.com/threads/random-reboots.871924/
i d/l memtest86 i extracted the iso file to the desktop and then burned that folder to the cd. Stay logged in PCMech Community Forum Home Forums > Windows Support > Windows Legacy Support (XP and earlier) > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Recent Posts Forum Rules About Contact Support I would try the video card in another computer if you can.
In a way, it's kind of sad that you've done all the easy stuff more or less right, since that makes it more likely that the problem is not easy to Back to top Posted: Apr 7, 06, 3:06 hkerekes Status: CuriousJoined: 06 Apr 2006Posts: 5 Reply Quote error, 1/1/2004 ( date's wrong /shrug i set it ), 12:41 ,system error, category I built my own system and everything was going great…..until recently. Did you use something decent to burn the livecd?
Error code 0000009c, parameter1 00000004, parameter 2 80545ff0, parameter 3 f2000010, parameter 400010c0f I have different ram that i can try. i dont think so, i think it is too switch to the next option. Check IDE cable if this is what you are using. read review Super frustrated!
and googling variations of the code hasn't helped. Couldn't sign you in, please try again. Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases TIA mikeblas said: Does it randomly reboot when you're in Windows?
The stuff you're listing is just some output, what you need to know is the actual event id number and source. This account is privleged and the provider may cause a secutity violation if it does not correctly impersonate user requests. Frustrated. I am hoping it is a BIOS problem but the user guide I have only goes into where to plug evrything in on mb.
Start by disconnecting anything not required to run your system. have a peek at these guys Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? So i dont think it made a difference. I added the sound card after i got the second x1800xt and it still crashed with the same exact error.
but try running it with 2 sticks and move around the dimms to different slots, sorry i can not tremeber witch ones but i found it on a different forum by joethemole, Feb 24, 2005 joethemole, Feb 24, 2005 #7 Feb 24, 2005 #8 Freemason115 Limp Gawd Messages: 372 Joined: Dec 26, 2002 Is it a VIA chipset, I think it is, Which vendors do I buy from?! check over here Article M244617 - How to Use Driver Verifier to Troubleshoot Device Drivers in Windows 2000 may help." 1003-system You might ask why I use eventid.net and not the microsoft site to
Similar Threads - Hardware Error Restarts Forum Date Video Hardware Error Computer Help Jul 31, 2010 Boot error after hardware upgrade Computer Help Sep 30, 2008 Hardware Stop Errors? Currently your box sounds extremely unstable, you shouldn't need to be doing anything of what you're doing, I know that mobo, I've dealt with it a lot, and it's rock solid It's possible that you got another bad ati card, it could be a bad batch, it's hard to say.
SolvedVERY frustrated. my 2 oc'er cents. This included making sure that the video driver was up to date (it was) I even tried rolling back to an earlier version. Now for system errors. 1.
Do you overclock? If you still can't boot off the livecd, there is definitely a problem. A dump was saved in: C:\WINDOWS\Minidump\Mini042306-03.dmp. this content If you cannot start in windows safe mode, it's probably not the ati driver causing the issue.