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Windows 7: BSOD: #2 After last fix, need more help!

05 Jul 2015   #1
Wolfeii

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
BSOD: #2 After last fix, need more help!

Recently I had alot of trouble with constant blue screens. We found out the problem was my ram and I got a new stick. Fast forward now to about a month and a half later. Just started Blue Screening again.

Troubleshooting:
  • Memtest : Recently ran a memtest on my new stick on both slots. I got errors as shown here.
  • My event Logs Attachment 364891

I will be saving this periodically as I go, because I'm blue Screening so frequently.


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05 Jul 2015   #2
Arc

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Follow this post from your earlier thread, step by step, and document the results as tabulated there; in order to make it sure that the DIMM slots are not failing.

If the DIMM slots are failing, that is a motherboard related issue. Otherwise you got a bad replacement.
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05 Jul 2015   #3
Wolfeii

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

So I got errors on the same stick in both slots, whats the chances of a new stick being faulty? I mean I've only had it for about a month. Is it possible for the motherboard to corrupt memory?

Also in memtest its only showing that I have 1/1 cores running, when i have a quad core. Whats up with that?
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06 Jul 2015   #4
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Wolfeii View Post
So I got errors on the same stick in both slots, whats the chances of a new stick being faulty?
Yes, apparently.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Wolfeii View Post
I mean I've only had it for about a month. Is it possible for the motherboard to corrupt memory?
Motherboard cannot corrupt RAM, but if you understand my previous posts rightly, a failing motherboard may throw RAM errors. To check it, test another RAM stick in both the slots, at least.
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