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Windows 7: BSOD - ram issue? 0x0000000A

31 Aug 2016   #1
PhilDude

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 
BSOD - ram issue? 0x0000000A

Hello Seven Forums,

I've been having intermittent BSOD's with my custom built PC since January. I get BSOD at any time. Since I have reinstalled Windows 7 a couple times and still get them, I am thinking its a hardware issue, my best guess is a ram issue. I have yet to run memtest86, but will endeavour to do so next. But I thought I would put the issue on here just in case I'm on the wrong track.

Think I uploaded the zip correctly, and a photo of the BSOD.

Thanks for your help

Phillip




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02 Sep 2016   #2
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Hi PhilDude,

Welcome to the 7forums

Please remove Avast and let me know if any BSOD occurs again

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3 Weeks Ago   #3
PhilDude

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Cheers axe0, sorry it has taken me awhile to get back to you.

I get BSOD all the time still, even during Safe Mode. Removing Avast had no affect. I've run a Memtest86 once but it didn't show any problem.

Technical information seems to give a different read each BSOD?


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3 Weeks Ago   #4
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

When a BSOD occurs in safe mode it certainly is a hardware problem.
Normally I would suggest a bunch of software (stress) tests for all parts, but I think that it would be better if you test each part in another system. No test is as proper as testing in another system.

What you need to test in another system are the GPU, RAM, PSU, CPU and cabling.
If they give no trouble in another system then the motherboard needs replacement.

FYI, if any part gives trouble, remove it and keep going with the other parts. We want a proper test procedure so every part needs to be tested.
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