GPF is memory-related... if it just happened recently, that means your RAM could possibly have some errors. Krnl386.exe is the kernel, that which executes code.
It's along the lines of memory addresses are called that do not exist... and when this happens, windows cannot add anything new to the memory.
Anyone that deals with memory testing can finish my train of thought.
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AMD Athlon XP 3200+ Barton running at 2.16 Ghz.
GeForce MX 4000 (mainly takes the load off the main system)
Creative Labs Audigy 24-bit sound.
Some Case from tigerdirect
512 MB Ultra DDR RAM.
80GB Seagate HDD
LiteOn CD-RW / DVD ROM drive.
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