Stop: 0x0000008E errors

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Can anyone tell me what these memory dump errors may mean
for me? They have all been identical except for the 3rd
number in parenthesis.

Stop: 0x0000008E (0xC0000005, 0x8060AB13, 0xF76369AO,
0x00000000)
" " " " 0xBAD089AO
" " " " 0xF6C019AO
" " " " 0xBAD269AO
" " " " 0xF6BD49AO
" " " " 0xF3DDF9AO
" " " " 0xF70319AO

Here are my system specs:
Purchased 6/03

Shuttle xpc SN41
BIOS: FN4S00Y
Processor AMD Athlon xp 2000+ @133/266 mHz FSB
Thoroughbred core
WinXP Home Build 2600.xpSp2.030422-1633: Serv Pack 2
Memory Visiontek pc2100 DDR @ 266mhz 2x512mb
Western Digital 40gb EIDE / 5400 / 2mb/12.4ms/ATA-100 w/
standard cables, I think.
integrated nVidia GPU with 128mb shared memory

I ran memtest86 for over 8 hours with no errors, but
still got the memory dump error several times after that.

These errors lasted for several days then suddenly the
errors stopped, but now I can't load the drivers for the
integrated nVidia GPU?! Do you think the GPU is faulty?
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  1. Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)

    I read up on some other pages that say it was a "memory
    access violation", but I don't know how to tell if it is
    the nVidia GPU or not. Thanks for any help you can send
    my way.


    >-----Original Message-----
    >Can anyone tell me what these memory dump errors may
    mean
    >for me? They have all been identical except for the 3rd
    >number in parenthesis.
    >
    >Stop: 0x0000008E (0xC0000005, 0x8060AB13, 0xF76369AO,
    >0x00000000)
    > " " " " 0xBAD089AO
    > " " " " 0xF6C019AO
    > " " " " 0xBAD269AO
    > " " " " 0xF6BD49AO
    > " " " " 0xF3DDF9AO
    > " " " " 0xF70319AO
    >
    >Here are my system specs:
    >Purchased 6/03
    >
    >Shuttle xpc SN41
    >BIOS: FN4S00Y
    >Processor AMD Athlon xp 2000+ @133/266 mHz FSB
    >Thoroughbred core
    >WinXP Home Build 2600.xpSp2.030422-1633: Serv Pack 2
    >Memory Visiontek pc2100 DDR @ 266mhz 2x512mb
    >Western Digital 40gb EIDE / 5400 / 2mb/12.4ms/ATA-100 w/
    >standard cables, I think.
    >integrated nVidia GPU with 128mb shared memory
    >
    >I ran memtest86 for over 8 hours with no errors, but
    >still got the memory dump error several times after that.
    >
    >These errors lasted for several days then suddenly the
    >errors stopped, but now I can't load the drivers for the
    >integrated nVidia GPU?! Do you think the GPU is faulty?
    >.
    >
  2. Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)

    Hi

    Try the following link to MVP Jim Eshelman's web page:

    "0x0000008E: KERNEL_MODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED"
    http://aumha.org/win5/kbestop.php#0x8e

    --

    Will Denny
    MS-MVP Windows - Shell/User


    "Ryan Miller" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:7ffe01c431aa$2f37bd80$a001280a@phx.gbl...
    | Can anyone tell me what these memory dump errors may mean
    | for me? They have all been identical except for the 3rd
    | number in parenthesis.
    |
    | Stop: 0x0000008E (0xC0000005, 0x8060AB13, 0xF76369AO,
    | 0x00000000)
    | " " " " 0xBAD089AO
    | " " " " 0xF6C019AO
    | " " " " 0xBAD269AO
    | " " " " 0xF6BD49AO
    | " " " " 0xF3DDF9AO
    | " " " " 0xF70319AO
    |
    | Here are my system specs:
    | Purchased 6/03
    |
    | Shuttle xpc SN41
    | BIOS: FN4S00Y
    | Processor AMD Athlon xp 2000+ @133/266 mHz FSB
    | Thoroughbred core
    | WinXP Home Build 2600.xpSp2.030422-1633: Serv Pack 2
    | Memory Visiontek pc2100 DDR @ 266mhz 2x512mb
    | Western Digital 40gb EIDE / 5400 / 2mb/12.4ms/ATA-100 w/
    | standard cables, I think.
    | integrated nVidia GPU with 128mb shared memory
    |
    | I ran memtest86 for over 8 hours with no errors, but
    | still got the memory dump error several times after that.
    |
    | These errors lasted for several days then suddenly the
    | errors stopped, but now I can't load the drivers for the
    | integrated nVidia GPU?! Do you think the GPU is faulty?
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