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Windows 7: BSOD occasionally whilst using IE9

06 Sep 2012   #11
Wowdude

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After reading some other accounts of Memory management on the internet I will also try taking out 1 of my 2 RAM sticks and swapping them through the different ports to see if that makes a difference.

A lil bit of extra info. The BSOD's only ocurred when I moved my PC to my new desk at home. I also replaced my h60 CPU cooler with another of the same series as it was defective, and changed the power chord for the tower. I will try changing the power chord again to rule out the posibility of a power problem (600W PSU).


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07 Sep 2012   #12
Wowdude

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Interesting and intrigueing news Arc! I booted my PC with 1 RAM stick in slot 2, copmuter booted, windows logo loaded to a black screen and nothing happened. After a reboot moving the single stick of RAm to slot 1 the computer took a while but booted past the windows logo onto my desktop.

My desktop seems fully functional at the moment but very sluggish. It is taking a long time to do the simplest tasks. I think I may try taking the OC off my processor too.

I forgo9t to mention that when I bought the first h60 (defective one) I also bought another stick of Corsair XMS3 4Gb RAM and installed it with the cooler. My computer wasn't functional for very long as I needed to change the cooler, but as soon as the new cooler arrived, I moved my PC. Could the culprit be a dodgey RAM slot on my mobo?

Also is the Verified state of my PC what's making it sluggish?

Thanks

Wowdude
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07 Sep 2012   #13
Wowdude

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Ok time to embarrass myself here with the RAM changing.

With just RAM stick A in slot 2 windows failed to load, but with stick 1 in slot A windows booted to the desktop with no BSOD but was extremely slow!

To further the diagnostic I took RAM stick A out of slot 1 and put RAM stick B into slot 2 to be sure. Windows failed to load. I then tried it in slot 1, windows failed again. Just to be sure, I put RAM stick A back into slot 1 again and booted and nothing. Seems I just got lucky with the one time boot.

Still stumped. I'm tempted for a complete reinstall, would this help?
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07 Sep 2012   #14
Arc

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Wowdude, first go to that RAM-Slot combination that booted your PC nicely. Then boot into safe mode and disable driver verifier here. Reboot and boot normally. See it it works or not.

If it is a hardware issue, apparently as it is seen, a clean install will not be of much more help.

Checking your latest dumps now.

EDIT: After checking those, It is seen that it is being caused by Memory. I wish you will be able to find out which one is corrupted.

And, haven't you updated MSE? You may disable MSE for some times, to see if it is placing any impact on the crashes.
Code:
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Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.

BugCheck 1A, {411, fffff6fcc006f080, ba0000196bcd8c2, 48fff6fcc006f081}

Unable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\MpFilter.sys, Win32 error 0n2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for MpFilter.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for MpFilter.sys
Probably caused by : MpFilter.sys ( MpFilter+1fee1 )
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07 Sep 2012   #15
Wowdude

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, Windows 10 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

Thanks Arc,

Just disabled Verifier.exe in safe mode with RAM stick A in slot 1 and windows has booted to the desktop at normal speed. Maybe it is the mobo then. My 1st BSOD happened when I put my PC to sleep and then woke it up an hour later. But I don't know how the kernels are anything to do specifically with the RAM.

Wowdude
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07 Sep 2012   #16
Arc

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Now, try the RAM stick 1 in other slots, and see if it works normally or not.

Similarly, Use RAM stick 2 in the same way.

If both the sticks work in slot A only, then it is mobo, as you think. One slot might have been damaged.

But the RAM stick 2 gets problem is slot A, then the problem is associated with that RAM module.

Best of your luck!
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10 Sep 2012   #17
Wowdude

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, Windows 10 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

Heya Arc!

Just to keep you up to speed, tried each stick singularly in each slot with no problems. Atm i'm using stick B in slot 2 and no problems. Could it be a problem with the motherboard on how it handles both sticks of RAM simultaneously and is there any way to check for it?

Thanks

Wowdude
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10 Sep 2012   #18
Arc

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Apparently, just make it sure that both the RAM modules are of same FSB. See the lebel, it will look like ---MHz.
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11 Sep 2012   #19
Wowdude

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, Windows 10 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

Yeah I bought 1 stick of RAM with case, CPU and Mobo all in one. I bought the same stick of RAM so they would match perfectly. Both 9-9-9-24 @ 1.50V.

Still no crashes with stick B in slot 2.
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18 Sep 2012   #20
Wowdude

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, Windows 10 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

Ok, here's a bit of an update.

Had RAM stick B in Slot 2 since my last post with no consequences. However I just tried replacing the stick and adding 2 other sticks of RAM of the same size and timing (996768 - 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3 PC3-10666 9-9-9-24 Silverline (Dual Kit)). My PC wouldn't even boot. I then tried to boot the computer with 1 stick of the Mushkin RAM in slot 1 and it booted to the desktop, again taking longer than usual to load and then blue screened again. I'm now back to my previous configuration of stick B in Slot 2 abd computer seems fine again. I can only assume a problem with the mobo. Thoughts?

Will upload the BSOD data as usual.

Thanks,

Wowdude

P.S Should RAm get warm whilst in use, because mine seems to. Even just from booting, although it could be my corsair H60 cooler bringing air in through the radiator.
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