Event ID Errors.

January 12, 2011 at 07:40:51
Specs: Windows XP, 1 gig
In Event viewer, ID FT disk error # 45 & 49, this is a weird problem... I have replace the hard drive with another one only to have it do this again. Is there a fix for these problems?
upon every startup after pc boots there are these two errors in event viewer ...

Any help would be so cool... Thank you..


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#1
January 12, 2011 at 07:46:04
post the exact event for review

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#2
January 13, 2011 at 09:17:22
The Errors are # 45 And 49
45 is a crash dump driver error
49 is a ft disk error

This is one weird problem, So far I have removed the hard drive and put it into another computer, and then reinstalled XP.. The Two errors are gone, BUT When I put in a different hard drive into the Dell the problems show up on that hard drive.
This makes me think the problem is with the computer... What else can cause these problems ?


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#3
January 13, 2011 at 09:49:56
In your shoes my very first step would be to check all connections for firmness and clean edge connectors with a pencil eraser because I've been caught out that way too many times before. This includes RAM, Video, Sound and all other cards. Pop them in and out a few times to clear oxide off the sockets themselves too.

It might not help but it's well worth eliminating from the equation.

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#4
January 13, 2011 at 10:41:16
There is a reason for asking you to post the exact errors. I would suggest you print screen them and put them on photobucket then put a link to them here for review.

It appears you have two drives in this problem xp system?
Where is your pagefile located and what are its stats [system managed..min /max values...]
Have you run chkdsk /f on the drive?
Have you defragged the drive?
How many fragments, according to the defrag summary, is the pagefile?
Have you identified the driver that is causing the dumps?

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January 13, 2011 at 11:39:34
I have 1 drive, and yes I have ran chkdsk /f and defragged, I have found the problem..
It is the Video card causing these problems.. I have changed it and now the errors are gone..

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#6
January 13, 2011 at 14:57:13
Good news then. Thanks for taking the trouble to let us know - appreciated.

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