|29 Sep 2012||#1|
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several BSODs after running for <1hr
Hello all and thanks in advance for any help. I built this system about four years ago (with a few upgrades along the way) and it's been very, very stable until recently. For about the past two weeks, I've been getting frequent BSOD's- mostly 1a, 3b, 7e, 7f. Tends to happen after the system has been up for a little while and can happen in something hefty like Skyrim or something light like Word. I've already looked into to drivers, cleaned out the case, remounted the CPU, remounted the RAM chips. Also bought a couple of new sticks but that made no difference- still lots of crashes. Ran memtest86 on each pair of 2GB sticks and all of them showed up with errors, including the new ones. Not really sure what to think at this point other than maybe a new mobo? See attached info; short version of the system is Win7Pro 64-bit, Phenom XII 940, 8GB, nvidia GTX260, ASUS m4n78pro motherboard.
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|30 Sep 2012||#2|
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Let us know if the stability returns. We'll do more troubleshooting if required.
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