Resolving ‘Stop 0x00000050’ Error Message in Windows® XP®
What are the causes of ‘Stop 0x00000050’ error message in Windows XP.
The stop 0x00000050 error message on Windows XP is a commonly error message that denotes a bad reference in the system's memory. This is usually appears due to conflict between Windows XP SP1 and the display adapter drivers that are currently installed in the system. This problem can make your computer display a blue screen with a detailed description of the problem.
Following are the cause and symptoms of "stop 0x0000000a" error message in Windows XP system and the tips to resolve such issues:
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There are many causes which lead to the occurrence of the "stop 0x0000000a" error issue. In the Windows XP operating systems, when the system requests data not found in memory then the "Stop 0x00000050" error message is said to happen. Failing random access memory (RAM) can also result in this error. Other reasons for this error includes outdated device drivers, incompatible software and problems with newly installed hardware.
When a Stop 0x00000050 error issue occurs, you will be displayed with a blue screen with an error message. In some cases this error message will be displayed while restarting your computer after the installation of Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP1). In this situation, the system automatically gets restart and displays with the error message.
This error message issue would be easily resolved by three methods. First, update your device drivers installed in the system to the latest version. Using add or remove application in the control panel, you have to uninstall the incompatible softwares in the PC. Select Windows update from the start button. By selecting the "Express" option, the Windows Update would download updates and security patches, and your old drivers would get updated. Then restart the system.