Ill try and keep this short. March 16th I bought a new Core i5 750, ASUS P7P55D and GSkill F3-10666CL9D 4Gbs. I also wiped and reformatted my HD and installed a fresh windows 7. I installed all my drivers
from my mobo disk, then downloaded the most recent ones from the AUSUS website, my graphics card drivers and my Logitech G15 and G5 mouse and keyboard drivers. 4 days later i started with my first BSOD which i have included and have had numerous since. I have made a list of the blue screens i have gotten:
Memory_Management 0x1A (being the most frequent)
These are all during the bootup. Right around the Welcome screen, little before or a little after. All around that time.
I read around a lot looking for an answer. Most sources pointed to bad RAM. I ran memtest86 on each of my 2GB sticks separately and left them over night for 25 passes each. Came back all clean for both. Alot said drivers, but I'm sure I updated all of mine. I also have had the problem with files on my HD becoming corrupt as well. All Windows updates as well and have tried system restores and usually lead back to the blue screens.
I have another hard drive that i installed Windows 7 on to try. And same problem a few days later once I install everything. I made a list of my steps I took.
-Install motherboard drivers from the Disk/Nvidia (for my graphics card)
-I would then download the newest once from ASUS
Then after the comp restarts to finalize all the drivers updates I would install all my other programs: Xfire, Steam, Firefox, Itunes, Limewire, Logitech mouse and keyboard drivers, AVG, Ventrillo, Call of Duty Modern Warefare 2 and World of Warcraft and thats it.
Sorry for the long read, I am just to the point where I'm getting frustrated and need help. Thanks in advance and thanks for your time
Edit: Thought I should put other information about my PC:
-Core i5 750 (Not overclocked at all, With a stock cooler)
- GSkill F3-10666CL9D 4Gbs
- XFX 8800GT 512MBs
-Corsair 750W PSU
- Western Digital 250GB HD (I have 2 of them, different models)
- CD Drive of course