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Windows 7: 6 BSOD in one day

12 Dec 2009   #11
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Please check to see if all the RAM is bad - or if it's the slots that are bad.
The steps after Step 6 in this post will help do that: Memory Diagnostics

Once you've figured out what's bad and what's good - replace/remove the bad stuff and see if that fixes the BSOD's.

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12 Dec 2009   #12

Windows 7

well i have tested it with that memtest

suprisingly i only get errors while they are all inserted

but when tested seperatly no errors
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13 Dec 2009   #13

windows 7 professional 64 bit

you should let the ram go about 3 to 5 passes each, and if the all pass in 1 slot move to the next slot... so you can narrow it down, whether it is the ram or the dimm slot. i know it sounds like a pain, and it is cause i just went threw hell testing ram but, better to buy the right thing when you go out purchasing.
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13 Dec 2009   #14

Windows 7

ok i will try ASAP
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13 Dec 2009   #15


Raise the Vdimm (RAM voltage) slightly in the bios and it will be good with all sticks in. Better, visit OCZ's site and find the exact Vdimm and timings for your specific modules then enter manually in bios. OCZ always needs higher Vdimm.

Start trying with 2.0v Vdimm and go higher up to 2.2v until it is stable.

You are also getting 0x3b errors, so please uninstall your antivirus also, to test. Disabling only, will not help here.
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13 Dec 2009   #16


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Spyrofly View Post
well i have tested it with that memtest

surprisingly i only get errors while they are all inserted
You may also have to raise your NorthBridge voltage (MCH) a notch or two since all four 4 dimm slots are filled.
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