BIOS system and memory allocation problem

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    BIOS system and memory allocation problem

    well, i think i got a big trouble here.
    here some note from the screen.
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    A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.

    the computer seems to be cause by the following file ACPI.sys
    PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED AREA
    if this is your first you've been seen this stop error system, restart your computer. if the screen appears again, follow these instruction :

    check to make sure any new hardware or software is property installed. if this is a new installation, ask your hardware or software manufacturer for any windows updates you might need.

    if the problem continue, disable or remove any newly installed hardware or software. disabled BIOS memory option such as caching / shadowing. if you need to use safe mode ...... f8 .... advance startup options .. bla bla bla ..

    technical support :
    ** STOP : 0x00000050 (0f7942d20, 0x00000001, 0xf7507f2b, 0x00000000
    ** ACPI.sys - address F7507F2b base at f74e1000, data stamp 3d6dd69f

    ----

    so ? how to solve this problem ? i don't have any ideals to solve it.

    recently, i try to use system restore to restore back what i 've done previous date. but it may go through to the windows. after for a while without any alert. it totally restart the computer and then display the above message again.

    again, sometimes the computer is not responding before execute to the windows.

    i tried to repair the windows at the windows startup. but it was failed, and the system was hanging right there.

    for your information, i'm using award BIOS system and windows XP.

    so, may someone to figure this problem out?

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    Check your RAM, that's probably the problem.
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    well, i got 2 slot RAM. and i tried to get one of the slot of RAM out of the motherboard. it's still the same problem too.

    is it probably my motherboard is getting problem here. or maybe the motherboard has damaged ?

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    You're not making sense...did you try different ram chips? That's what I meant, I think you fried one or both of your memory chips. The motherboard would not be causing a problem like this.
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    Are you using NTFS or FAT32?

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    Originally posted by Waldo2k2
    You're not making sense...did you try different ram chips? That's what I meant, I think you fried one or both of your memory chips. The motherboard would not be causing a problem like this.
    hmmm ... i will try to get help from my frens in order to test out my mem chip.
    thanks anyway.

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    Originally posted by TravisS
    Are you using NTFS or FAT32?
    the file system that is using under NTFS.
    for more information. the above alert message was shown (dont know whether is under windows xp system or BIOS system.). and i could hit any key to continue it.

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    Boot up in safe mode, disbale any antivirus you have running.
    stop code 50 is for 3rd party apps and antivirus.

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    Originally posted by Iamien
    Boot up in safe mode, disbale any antivirus you have running.
    stop code 50 is for 3rd party apps and antivirus.
    well, i got the solution here, i have disabled the ACPI suspend to RAM function , and it 's work. anyway, thanks for your reply.

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    Alright that would make some sense.
    Check you ram, IE run some memory tests, cause you may have bad ram.
    A Good Memory Tester

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