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Windows 7: Many BSoD and some freezing

25 Oct 2010   #11
j1vvy

Windows 7 Enterprise 64bit
 
 
1 BSoD after removing bad memory stick

Running the system for a week with only the three good memory sticks.
One BSoD
verifier still enabled.

Jim


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