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Old 10-11-2012, 12:08 PM   #1
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Hello, I would really like to get this problem solved.

I get random Blue screens, just completely random, I dont get errors at start up.
I usually get errors when I am doing stuff, from music to games.
I know the problem is withhardware and such, I've had this computer for many years, ofcourse It's not the same on the inside or outside anymore, I bought entirely new computer parts this summer, I have a pretty over average budget spent on it.

Anyways, I KNOW the problem is with hardware, the Blue screen error is (0x000001A), which I've found out relates to hardware problems.

I have not installed any new components in my computer since I bought my new parts.

Except one thing I have not thought about, my monitor, since I've got a dual-screen setup, and one of the screens broke, and I needed a replacement anyways.

Now, I have re-installed Windows to try and fix the problem, nope, the problem still persists, haunting me.

The old screen used VGA, which was not the best, but it was ok, I had NO problem untill the monitor broke, and which I got myself a new monitor, (BenQ 24" LED RL2450HT).

This monitor, however, uses DVI instead of VGA, my main uses HDMI, which there is no problem with.

So the problem started occuring after I change from VGA to DVI.
Can you please help me with this?
Please, I have tried everything.
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Hi -

Bugcheck 0x1a = memory management error

Make sure video drivers are updated.

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