Besides this one sometimes i just get random blue screens and once i restart everything is fine, sometimes i may not ever get a blue screen but the latest one said this:

Stop: 0x0000000D1 (0x00026161, 0x00000002, 0x00000002, 0x00000001, 0x8063AC74)
Address 8063AC74 base at 80639000 Datestamp 478AD439

If anybody could help me out with the problem please do so, i have been thinking it could be the memory or the power supply, turning towards the memory because it doesnt have to be under load or any stress on the computer to do this and its at random times sometimes, even programs fail at sometimes and other times its fine with everything i throw at it, suggestions?
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  1. To check memory for stability, Use 1 DIMM in slot one only. Set memory voltage to Mfg. specs (PC6400 2.0-2.1v), adjust timings to specs. Try another DIMM as a single if the first doesn't solve the problem. Run memtest to check for bad DIMMS. Ultimate Boot disk has memtest.
  2. ok i have tested both of the 1gig memory sticks that I have separately over night with memtest and it found no errors.
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