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Repeated BSOD - full error within (Kernal_Data_Inpage_Error)

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January 8, 2007 9:51:55 PM

I am getting a multitude of Kernal_Data_Inpage_Errors

I was getting the following about once every two weeks:
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Kernal_Data_Inpage_Error

[If this is the first time this has happened blah blah blah]

0x00000077 (0xc000009D, 0xc000009D, 0x00000000, 0x00B5D000*)
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*this last set of 10 characters changed occasionally

The it got more frequent and new error messages began coming up:

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Kernal_Data_Inpage_Error

0x0000007A (0xc053D7C8, 0xc000009D, 0xBA6F92A0, 0x15444860)
SCSIPORT.SYS - Address BA6F92AO base at BA6F1000, Datestamp 4107B4B
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Kernal_Data_Inpage_Error

0x0000007A (0x05FDA58, 0xC000009D, 0xBFB4B002, 0x16657860)
ATIDUAG.DLL - Address BFB4B002 base at BFAA5000 Datestamp 452D9AE1
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As well as the old error message

I've had this error perhaps 10 times today..

Everything in my computer is plugged in properly. I am mildly suspicious of the memory, I changed it's DIMM slots and that didn't help (2x1gig matched Corsair). I ran memtest86 and it failed 6 tests in different places (I remember a failure at 2047MB and 748MB, so are both pieces of RAM screwed?)

Help - Please!!!

System Specs:
Motherboard: Asrock Sckt939DualSataII
CPU: Athlon 64 3700+
PSU: Tagan TG480-U01
GPU: ATI x1900xtx
Sound: Creative X-Fi
HDD: 250gig SataII Western Digital + 160GB IDE (not sure brand)
OS: Windows XP

More about : repeated bsod full error kernal data inpage error

January 8, 2007 9:56:04 PM

In wrong forum - Can someone move it to the appropriate one (not sure which the appropriate one is though)
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January 9, 2007 2:28:42 PM

0xC000009D
STATUS_DEVICE_NOT_CONNECTED
Indicates defective or loose computer or power cables, a problem with SCSI termination, or improper controller or disk configuration
January 9, 2007 3:42:16 PM

I've check all cables, and they're fine. I've reseated everything and plugged it all in again.

What is SCSI termination? How do i fix it?

The HDD's all appear to be set up fine
- SATAII is straightforward
- IDE is set to cable (and is in the primary position)

Any suggestions on things to try?

Also the errors have been changing

Lastly I said memtest86 had failed 6 tests, but also just finished running all the PC Boot check memory tests which is passed.

Cheers

Tom
January 9, 2007 3:46:39 PM

Quote:
I am getting a multitude of Kernal_Data_Inpage_Errors

I was getting the following about once every two weeks:
---
Kernal_Data_Inpage_Error

[If this is the first time this has happened blah blah blah]

0x00000077 (0xc000009D, 0xc000009D, 0x00000000, 0x00B5D000*)
---
*this last set of 10 characters changed occasionally

The it got more frequent and new error messages began coming up:

---
Kernal_Data_Inpage_Error

0x0000007A (0xc053D7C8, 0xc000009D, 0xBA6F92A0, 0x15444860)
SCSIPORT.SYS - Address BA6F92AO base at BA6F1000, Datestamp 4107B4B
---
Kernal_Data_Inpage_Error

0x0000007A (0x05FDA58, 0xC000009D, 0xBFB4B002, 0x16657860)
ATIDUAG.DLL - Address BFB4B002 base at BFAA5000 Datestamp 452D9AE1
---

As well as the old error message

I've had this error perhaps 10 times today..

Everything in my computer is plugged in properly. I am mildly suspicious of the memory, I changed it's DIMM slots and that didn't help (2x1gig matched Corsair). I ran memtest86 and it failed 6 tests in different places (I remember a failure at 2047MB and 748MB, so are both pieces of RAM screwed?)

Help - Please!!!

System Specs:
Motherboard: Asrock Sckt939DualSataII
CPU: Athlon 64 3700+
PSU: Tagan TG480-U01
GPU: ATI x1900xtx
Sound: Creative X-Fi
HDD: 250gig SataII Western Digital + 160GB IDE (not sure brand)
OS: Windows XP


If the RAM is bad, the OS failure messages are just as unreliable!!

I ran memtest86 and it failed 6 tests in different places (I remember a failure at 2047MB and 748MB, so are both pieces of RAM screwed?)
Your problem: Memory. Good ram does not fail memtest86.
If you're overclocking, go back to stock.
Make sure the RAM is set to 2.6V in the BIOS. If the RAM remains unstable, I'd return the memory for another set.

I've gotten bad sets of RAM before from Corsair, Crucial, etc. It happens.
January 9, 2007 4:14:05 PM

What do I do in the meantime? I'm fairly screwed without any RAM...
January 9, 2007 4:21:54 PM

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What do I do in the meantime? I'm fairly screwed without any RAM...


Do the unthinkable... underclock (or relax your RAM timings!).
Seriously, that's probably the only thing that's going to help.

Basically, underclock / relax the RAM timings, until the ram stops throwing errors (if the RAM is truly bad, this may not help), or your replacement set of RAM arrives.
January 9, 2007 4:52:01 PM

I agree with evilr00t (not that he needs me too :lol:  ). Memtest shouldnt fail unless you are overclocking.

I wouldn't rule out a bad memory slot(s)...just my 2 cents
January 9, 2007 4:59:12 PM

EDIT: Reply to OP

Dual channel memory is typically interleaved (ie. NOT stick 1=0-1024M, stick 2=1025-2048M), so a failure at 768M and 2047M do not necessarily mean that both sticks are bad. Try each stick individually.
January 9, 2007 6:18:05 PM

Yup just did so (ironically before i read your post).

Only one piece is faulty.

They're under warranty from Corsair, now Corsair say:

"* Note: if your modules were purchased as a pair (TWIN or VS-KIT), we recommend returning both modules so that your replacement modules will be matched."

(This is a VS-KIT) So Do I send both bits back or just the faulty piece? I can't runa computer without any RAM and I don't have any spare!!
January 9, 2007 7:20:02 PM

One more thing - can a DIMM slot corrupt RAM. This is the second bit of RAM I've had kill itself, though I don't remember which slot did it.

Tom