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BSOD on shutdown, only if 1G ram

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Old October 23rd 11, 01:41 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.performance_maintenance
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Default BSOD on shutdown, only if 1G ram

Compaq 8510p with Vista business. Recenly it shows a BSOD on
shutdown. The Mem dump says "no more system PTEs" caused by
ntkrnlpa.exe. This also happens in safe mode.

I changed the Registry value of SystemPages to maximum. Still no Good.
If I reduce the RAM to only 1G, it shuts down OK

The laptop has 2 slots. This is what happens:

1G no BSOD
1g+2G BSOD

Any clue??



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