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Windows 7: Several BSOD

28 Aug 2012   #51
2nikolai

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Hey, I open this thread again. I just experienced BSOD again after installin the new memeries. The computer couldnt start without getting BSOD. I tried take out one of the memery cards. It didnt worked so i tried the other one and i can now use my computer again.

I will try running the memtest again later today but i also attached the minidumps if it could be anything else.


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28 Aug 2012   #52
centaur78

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

Well Well well look who is here !!!

nikolai..... i thought you said to did the memtest

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I know im fast done with the test. so the results:

1. I tested with both mem cards. within 1 min it showed way over 2000 errors
2. I took out 1 card. Then there was no errors
3. I placed the second card in the firsts position and again it showed over 2000 errors imediately

So i just stopped the testing to report. Do i have to test any further? and can this be why i cant use SLI? anyway i will test if i can run SLI with only 4 GB mem
Did you follow the tutorial properly ... did you test each slot with 1 memory for 6 to 8 passes ????

Oh wait a minute... you are intelligent enough not to do that !!!

Oh look what you said below.....

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I think that the memory was the problem, and that it is solved now. But why i cant use SLI is a mysterium. So using only one of the old cards is not good, so i want to buy a new one if i cant use my old ones in SLI and i cant find out what is making this problem
You where supposed to buy new graphics cards for your motherboard that was supposed solve all !!! Did you buy it !!!

Well i would suggest you go to a computer shop and pay money to get it repaired if you are not ready to listen to way we tell you to do ......

My last free advice ..... the BSOD again refer to memory corruption,,,,, either your memory slot or the memory is the problem....follow the test if you wish to and do memtest for EACH slot with 1 RAM AT A TIME !!
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28 Aug 2012   #53
2nikolai

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

there was over 2000 errors on the second ram in each slot. So I went to my retailer and got 2 new. Now i have problems again. After removing one of them I dont have any problems. If i put it back in my computer at the same spot as the other one, there is problems.

Maybe im not explaining myself probably but i try as much as I can to follow your steps. Some of them cant i do right at the moment

I went to my retailer yesterday to buy the graphic card, but he didnt have it so i bought it from somewhere else and it will be here in a few days.

So sum up:

It seems like the ram is making the problem not the graphic card. So that im buying a new one doesnt matter, only for better performance. I have went down to my retailer and got some new ram and it seems like som shitty one, becouse one of them doesnt work AGAIN!!

Ive told you to have patience, cuz this could take some time and I try to follow your advise as best as possible. I have a full time study and work to do and I cant have my computer running while sleeping because of noise and led lights.
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