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Blue Screen Stop Code 0x0000008E (0xC0000005, 0xF544B5B6, 0xBAC52AZ0, 0x00000000)

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Shortly after booting my Dell Dimension 4600 I get a Blue Screen Stop Error 0x0000008E (0xC0000005, 0XF544B5B6, 0XBAC52AZ0, 0X00000000)
system32: lzx32.sys - Address F544B5B6 base at F5449000, Date Stamp 45752257 :4-dontkno :upset:

Crash begins anywhere from 30 seconds to 4 mintues after windows completes booting and loading.

Please help!! Any input is greatly appreciated...


Dell Dimension 4600
Intel Pentium 4 Processor 2.66 GHz
nVidia GeForce FX 5500
Microsoft Windows Xp Home Edition
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did you install any software/hardware lately??
G'Day EffACe, and Welcome to TSF!

That 'Blue Screen' Error Message that you are receiving, is usually attributed to faulty RAM.

So, to determine if you have faulty RAM, I suggest that you go here, to the Microsoft® On Line Crash Analysis Site, and download the memory diagnostic tool; run it on the computer; then, report back with the outcome.

I think you need to read

And then make a post HERE for the Security Team analysis

LZX32.SYS? Thats a backdoor trojan.

LZX32.SYS Application/Process Description

This application may not be safe to have on your computer. If this application is running on your computer, it is advised that you scan your computer for both viruses and spyware/adware immediately.

Summary of LZX32.SYS: Trojan.LZX32.Process

Company Information: Unknown

Description of LZX32.SYS: Backdoor rootkit-style hiding trojan

Trojans are programs that can appear to serve a legitimate purpose but actually have an unwanted or harmful effect.

A large segment of trojan programs download other harmful software components to a user's PC without his/her knowledge.

This application is most likely downloaded and installed by another application that is considered to be adware or spyware.

Threat Level (1-10): 7

Processes: LZX32.SYS
i have 3 individual sticks of ram, i have already scanned them before posting this. i tested all the individual sticks of ram over night with mem test 86+ and not one of the sticks failed a test
the stop codes explained in the article is not the same as any of my stop codes except for 0xC0000005 which is not explained
EffACe, did you read my post at all? You have a trojan i.e. infection on your computer. If you do want this resolved we are not allowed to deal with it but you will have to post in the linked forum for the security analysts to assess thoroughly.
Check in the event viewver (Right Click MyComputer > manage >Events)
and see if you can find some errors..
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