Windows Error Code 1000000a Solutions

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I use Windows XP Pro Sp3. The other specs are: 4Gb Corsair DDR3 (2 x 2048MB) 1333MHz TW3X4G1333C9A. After upgrading my hardware my system randomly restarts. I face error code 1000000a. If anyone could trobleshoot my issue.

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Windows Error Code 1000000a Solutions

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Run a memtest on your RAM. You can use

www.memtest.org

Then you can burn ISO to a CD. Reboot with CD in drive. The test will start. It would take a day.

If you detect errors you have corrupted memory which should be replaced.

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Windows Error Code 1000000a Solutions

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If you performed a recent hardware upgrade on your computer before the problem started, check what hardware or device you changed. If you upgraded the memory of your computer then the cause of the problem might be with the memory modules. In this case, you just need to re-seat the memory modules in the slots. To do this, turn off the CPU then open the CPU case.

Next, remove all the memory modules from the slots. After this, turn on the CPU and you should hear series of beeps. If you don’t hear beeps, turn off the CPU again and unplug it from the power for about ten (10) to twenty (20) seconds. After this, plug the CPU back to the power and turn it on. Verify that you hear beeps.

Once you hear beeps, turn off the CPU again then insert the memory modules back to the slots properly and carefully. This should fix the problem. If you want to check every memory module, turn on the CPU after inserting every memory module. Don’t forget to turn it back off before inserting a new memory module. This ensures that every device is detected properly.

If you upgraded the video card, just do the same. Turn off the CPU, remove the video card, insert it back, and then turn it back on. On the other hand, if you upgraded the processor, check and verify that the new processor is compatible with your motherboard. For this, you need to consult the motherboard’s manual for supported processors.

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