|22 Mar 2010||#1|
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Having Memory Remap Feature Enabled Causes BSODs
Dumps available in this thread if you want to see the types of errors I was getting before I found the culprit.
Title says it all really. Is there a workaround to this type of problem?
I read that increasing the voltage might help since I have 4 DIMMs - is that true?
My current install was made after I enabled the remap feature so it is not related to having changed the setting.
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