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« on: December 11, 2008, 09:30:19 AM »

I can play games and do everything on this computer except install any thing that is over 1gig or extract anything via winrar or 7zip. When extracting, it will get to about 20% and crash, same with installing anything that is a gig or over. The BSOD that shows up is 0x00000077 error. The weird thing is, If I run a chkdsk /r  and it takes about an hour to correct the problem, i'll be able to install or extract a large file no problem, but then when I go to install something after that, same problem occurs again. Chkdsk /r will be ran again and same thing and same errors everytime. I've tried swapping the ram to see if that was the problem, still same problem. I was thinking it might be the hard drive but its fairly new( about a month). How can I stop and find a cure for this problem as it is quite annoying.

Also one more question, when the BSOD makes a dump file where can these be located and read to show more info

OS- Windows Xp pro Sp3
Ram- 2gigs ddr
mobo- asus A8n
harddrive- 320gig western digital
videocard- ATI x1600 PCI-Express
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