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i have restarted it twice on normal mode and got 2 separate errors:

1)PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA
STOP 0X00000050 ( 0XFFFFFFE9, 0X00000001, 0X81C5383E, 0X00000000 )

2) STOP 0X0000008E ( 0XC0000005, 0X8E70FE45, 0X98A88FE0, 0X00000000 )
 

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The page fault msg is very often caused by a hardware problem. As posted above, you need to test your hardware. To start out, download and run memtest next download and run the drive maker's utility for checking the drive. Once done with the above, check your voltages. You can monitor the voltages in the bios or use a software app like HWMonitor or speedfan. If you see a voltage like the 12V rail going up and down, you most likely have found your problem; failing pw supply.
 

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my experience is that it is not an actual hard-ware problem, but it may be difficult to separate a driver issue from actual hard-ware. A page fault is the result of software trying to use memory it should not be using. That could be caused by memory. a quick test of memory it to swap modules and see if the symptom changes. If not it is a good bet memory is ok.

do the driver thing before u chase hardware.
 
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