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Windows 7: Random BSODs nolonger generating dump files

06 May 2016   #11
richlaf

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Thanks for the advice. I may be trying to save some time here, but if 1 RAM sticks tests fine in all 4 slots doesn't that tell me that not only is the RAM stick good, but so are all 4 slots? If so, then couldn't I just test the other 3 RAM sticks, one at a time, in just one slot?


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06 May 2016   #12
Arc

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Nice point! Carry it on!
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23 Jun 2016   #13
richlaf

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Thanks, solved

Hi Arc, I just wanted to say thanks for your help. After I replaced the bad memory Stick, about 3 weeks ago, I have had no issues.
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23 Jun 2016   #14
richlaf

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Thanks

Hi Axe0, I just wanted to say thanks for the help. I replaced the bad memory stick and now my PC seems fine.
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23 Jun 2016   #15
Arc

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The BSOD team of your forum greets you with a for a great job well done.
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