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Windows 7: System Running Unstable If more Than 1GB RAM present.


23 Sep 2012   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 
System Running Unstable If more Than 1GB RAM present.

Hi there guys. I am new to these forums. After much researching and doing many tricks I am not able to get this PC running working properly

All the information needed by you experts can be found in the file attacched to this post.

Current Situation - The PC is running very unstable at the moment. It crashes by giving various BSOD's like sometimes i will get IRQL_NOT_LESS_THAN_EQUAL. SOmetimes MEMORY_MANAGEMENT etc. This problem persists even after several recoveries and formats of the PC. I cannot copy anything from this sytem to another as it gets corrupted. Even a DVD doesnt not get written properly. I get BSOD like if i am watching Youtube or listening to some musc using WMP or playing War Commander in Facebook. Sometimes the programs stop responding in the middle of workout. Sometimes the AERO gets disable and gets re-enabled automatically during work. I also sometimes get an error like SUPERFETCH.exe has stopped responding. If i remove the RAM and keep it till only 1GB of RAM then the system runs stable without any issues but if I increase the RAM amount it becomes unstable. According to the manual i got, it said that i can upgrade the RAM till 8GB.

History - This PC was brought in 2008. For two years it was running like a breeze but suddenly it started behaving wierdly and when we took it to HP service centre they changed it's motherborad <_< and gave us a bill of 110$ :|. Now for 1-1.5 years it was running very fine untill again something happened and it was again behaving like that, corrupting downlaods and all. But i managed this time to make it work like charm using about 10 formats and some recoveries using the HP disc :P
For 6 months it ran fine. Now we went on a trip [3days only :|] and when i came back the PC starts BEEPING and won't start. So i remove one RAM and it finally starts up but very unstable. Now it has been like 1 month and i am still facing the problem and not able to resolve it .

Please dont tell me the following causes as i have already tested them rigourously -
  1. RAM is bad. [I already bought NEW RAM of KINGSTON with matching frequency and installed it]
  2. OS is corrupt. [Already had loads of Formats]
Just i have formatted this PC with Windows 7 HP 32bit and already got like 2-3 BSODS in a single day. All the required information is attached in the ZIP file including the MSINFO32 and all
Now please help me sort out this matter and it will be a huge thanks from my side. I cannot dispose of this PC as i require to downlaod loads of things :P




Attached Files
File Type: zip SF_23-09-2012.zip (155.6 KB, 1 views)
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23 Sep 2012   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

It sounds like to me that the same underlying issue is repeating it self. Which tells me that it has something to do with the mobo or PSU. What is the make and model of your PC? Have you done a google search for similar issue's with your particular HP model?
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23 Sep 2012   #3

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bassfisher6522 View Post
It sounds like to me that the same underlying issue is repeating it self. Which tells me that it has something to do with the mobo or PSU. What is the make and model of your PC? Have you done a google search for similar issue's with your particular HP model?
If you want to find the exact specifications of The Motherboard and all Please go here - HP Pavilion a6500 Desktop PC series*-* HP Pavilion a6525in Desktop PC Product Specifications - c01524735 - HP Business Support Center

It is the same model I currently have and which is giving me problems. I have done googling but no luck. Can you check what is in the DUMP files?
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23 Sep 2012   #4

win 7 x64
 
 
memtest

MemTest: RAM reliability tester for Windows saved the day for me, while memtest86 failed to find errors.

I have seen similar problems as you describe.
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23 Sep 2012   #5

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

Why was this thread moved?

@JMV2009
Let me check using that too
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