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Windows 7: Need help with a BSOD and Memtest-86 test

26 Apr 2011   #1
BizKo

Windows 7 Home 64 bits
 
 
Need help with a BSOD and Memtest-86 test

Hi all, need help. I have posted a BSOD issue and and in order to detect possible memory problem, i have execute Memtest-86 v4.0 (bootable) but after 8 minutes working, my PC has begin to ...BEEP! BEEP! BEEP!

I have stooped process and redo it to take some pictures.

While the process, in window memtest did not show any info about errors so i dont know what is happen!

Zip add in post contains Memtest-86 pictures with all info, summary is...

Picture, Pass, Test, Interactions, Time, Beep/snooze

1, 3%,#1, 2,0:00:15, Silence...
2,15%,#3, 2,0:01:57, Silence...
3,29%,#6,10,0:04:14, Silence...
4,41%,#8, 1,0:06:29, Silence...
5,50%,#8, 1,0:08:40, Silence...
6,51%,#8, 1,0:09:12, BEEP!
7,52%,#8, 1,0:09:18, BEEP!
8,52%,#8, 1,0:09:24, BEEP!
9,53%,#8, 1,0:09:32, BEEP!

Fearing an internal damage, stoped process with ESC because beep was continuous.

¿Is normal to hear beep during process?

¿Can i run program to the end with no problem for my PC?

Please, help

Thanks in advance.
Best regards.


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26 Apr 2011   #2
yowanvista

Windows 8.1 Pro x64
 
 

Reset your BIOS values to defaults and stop any overclocking
3 Beeps means defective RAM, you should test each sticks individually with memtest then replace the damaged ones
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26 Apr 2011   #3
BizKo

Windows 7 Home 64 bits
 
 

Thanks yowanvista for your fast reply. I will redo Memtest and will count how many Beeps are.
I will let you if the issue is defective RAM. If the problem is defective Ram, i will ask for help... i am handicapped and is not easy for me to dissambled PC in order to test each sticks individually with memtest.

I really have apreciate very much your help.
Best regards.
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27 Apr 2011   #4
BizKo

Windows 7 Home 64 bits
 
 

Hi yowanvista, i have redo test with Memtest to count how many Beeps are, and i think the noise that i hear are not the tipical Beep like when we start the PC and Bios is doing check.

So, i have take a video in order to help you to identify what could be ... think it will be the best and fast way for you or any other user interesed in help me. Video is add on post in a Zip and on youtube.

One more time, thanks in advance. I really apreciate very much your help.
Best regards.
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