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I reformatted a harddisk because every time It access windows the BSOD appears, but after having a clean reformat the error is still there. (after installing win 98se.)

It's actually my uncle's PC, but I really have no clue how to fix it. I suggested him that it might be the harddisk or the memory.:p

What is the common cause of BSOD? Is it hardware related?
 

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Depends on what the error is. Bad memory is a common cause however.
 

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Try memtest, it can tell if your memory is bad...
 

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I used to have an annoying, unpredictable BSOD in my new PC. First it was due to a defective vid card. However, many Ghosts later, I realized that the hard drive was a little loose. Odd that it never failed during data transfer....

Yeah... sounds far fetched but it's worth a try. Try making sure everything is connected properly.
 
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