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By mpart ·
I'm getting this bsod on 2 different systems and I'm wondering if it is similar to another question asked here recently:

Here's the header: STOP: 0x0000009c (0x00000004,0x00000000,0xB2000000,0x00040151)
MACHINE_CHECK_EXCEPTION

System is Microstar 6119 mb, 128mb sdram, 2-30gb ibm hd, ati xpert128 video, isa at bus controller (proprietary). irq 10,11, dma5 reserved for this card in isa bus. Running NT 4.0, sp6a.

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by akino In reply to MACHINE_CHECK_EXCEPTION

This is a hardware error. The processor is sending a signal to NT and causing the BSOD.
I recommend checking for any updates with Microstar. Maybe a bios upgrade? The machine check is a feature of the processor. It ost probably is pointing to a memory error of some type. Try reseating the memory. Hope this helps.

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by mpart In reply to MACHINE_CHECK_EXCEPTION

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by nrayburn In reply to MACHINE_CHECK_EXCEPTION

The computer processor detected a hardware error and reported it to Windows NT
using the Machine Check Exception (MCE) feature of Pentium processors or the
Machine Check Architecture (MCA) feature of some Pentium Pro processors.

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