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Windows 7: BSOD - Memory Management

06 Feb 2010   #31

Windows 7 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pete256 View Post
Yea, i thought there could be a problem there with the differing versions, however this is corsairs response,

These modules are compatible with your system. You should not have any problem running these modules together even they have different revisions; however, there will be a lot more stresses on the memory controller on the system when all memory slots are filled; to compensate for these stresses, memory controller will need to run these modules at a slower speed. There is a great chance that you will need to run them at DDR3 1333 speed. The best analogy is car performance; the more passengers you have, the slower the car goes. You will have to balance between performance and capacity when comes to adding more RAM to the system.

so far i have been 3 days with out a BSOD, so if the system stays stable with only 3 modules in, then that is the answer to my problem.

It has been 6 weeks of searching, and i hope this is the answer

ill keep you guys upto date with how the system goes
Hope this fix your problem too. I've been 8 days without any BSOD or program failure.

MY new ram really fixed the things ! hope this work for you too.

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06 Feb 2010   #32

windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit
 
 

yea, me too, i have learnt so much, also i found out that my memory timings werent set correctly, i checked them with CPU-Z and they were wrong, even if you set them to 9-9-9-24 in bios, you have to tell it to use the manual setting aswell.....

So far i have been 5 days with-out BSOD which is a new record for me, so now comes the day where i will put the other 2 modules of RAM back in to the PC, then hope that she works
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09 Feb 2010   #33

windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit
 
 

hey guys, just a quick update, my PC has been running very stable, im just leaving it a few more days to make sure it is stable, then i will test all my suppsions as to the cause of the BSOD, so far i have some good results

i hope the work of USASMA, Manowar2, and myself will help people who have a similar problem
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17 Feb 2010   #34

windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit
 
 

Well, it seems this problem is never ending............

I had the PC stable for a little while, but it has still fallen back in to BSOD's

The problems occour more frequently when SLI is enabled, but they still occour when it is dissabled. I went back to BIOS defaults, and manualy set the memory timings, and changed the Data rate from 2T to 3T, which has given me a drop in performance, but a huge huge increase in stabliity, but i still get a BSOD from time to time.

The good news is i found the a file that is causeing the issue, it is the CDD.DLL, in action centre after each crash, be it memory management, your pc is dead, etc.... it would always say windows has crash 13 times due to a device or driver, the wonderfull thing is that it didnt tell me what driver........ however this time, i saw CDD.DLL in the BSOD, and then went back into action centre and it said windows has crashed 14 times due to this driver.

After some reasearch, it has narrowed it down to 2 possibilities, faulty RAM, or Faulty Ram on my graphics cards, i just havent got the money to go buy more ram to test this, as the company i purchased the RAM from will charge me for all the postage and hanlding when they send it back to the manufacture if the ram is faulty, so testing the hardware is going to be difficult considering that the memory passes Memtest, i got it up to 20 passes over 2 days, and no fault, and furmark for several hours with no fault.....

My mate has a computer shop, so im hoping he will let me borrow and test some ram to see if there is a fault.

Ill keep you guys upto date on the issue
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