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Windows 7: BSOD occasionally whilst using IE9

18 Sep 2012   #21
Arc

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Wowdude, you sound right. It might be the motherboard/slot problem.

Take the computer to a local mechanic, and get the system tested. In case you may need to change the board.

Dumps are, as usually silent, as they are, for hardware related crashes.

And yes, RAM modules become hot when those are in use. Not to be worried on it.


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18 Sep 2012   #22
Wowdude

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That's great Archie. I will do. Thanks for the help and the advice. I know it's been a long painful process and I appreciate you sitting with me along the way!

Thanks again and I will try and let you know what the technicians say! =)

Wowdude
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18 Sep 2012   #23
Arc

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Best of luck
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26 Nov 2012   #24
Wowdude

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Hey,

Just to let you guys know this thread can be closed. I returned the Mobo to scan, they tested it and it wouldn't boot to BIOS so they exchanged it for a new one. Also one of the sticks was dead so I sent that back and got a new one. All is well now though.

Cheers all

Wowdude
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26 Nov 2012   #25
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Yes you may close the thread, by marking it as solved.
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