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Windows 7: Win7 Pro 64Bit - memdump

07 Jan 2012   #21

Win7 Pro 64bit

About a week ago ... had a fairly large windows update, then started getting these errors. By hardware, are you talking memory?

Would having a swap file in a different partition of the same drive be an issue?

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07 Jan 2012   #22

Windows 10 Pro x64

No, I mean RAM or CPU - those are the only ways you'd get off by one bit errors. As far as the updates go, if you revert to a restore point prior to that update, does the problem persist?
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07 Jan 2012   #23

Win7 Pro 64bit

No changes. I'm going to verify the memory settings as per the SuperTalent site.
CL - 5
Voltage - 1.8v
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08 Jan 2012   #24

Win7 Pro 64bit

Some updates ...
Cas Latency was set to 'Auto', changed it to 5 per SuperTalent site documentation.
Error Correction was enabled, disabled it per SuperTalent site.
Voltage was set to 1.55v, changed it to 1.8v per SuperTalent site

There is a Bios Setting 'PnP available OS' which was set to No, I set to Yes so Windows will control PnP devices.

'Unknow Device' is gone.
'MS virtual wifi miniport adapter' is gone too ...

I'll let you know how it goes ... thanks people!!
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08 Jan 2012   #25

Windows 10 Pro x64

Interesting indeed - let us know what happens, one way or the other!
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08 Jan 2012   #26

Win7 Pro 64bit

Will do ...

Question though ... what does the error checking do and would a lower then expected voltage cause instability of the memory stick?
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08 Jan 2012   #27

Windows 10 Pro x64

If it isn't volted to the correct specs from the vendor or the mobo manufacturer, yes indeed it can.
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08 Jan 2012   #28
Microsoft MVP


cluberti is much more skillful with memory dumps than I am, please heed his advice.
There were 5 BSOD's yesterday and they all blame memory corruption.

Please start out with the free diagnostics here: Hardware Diags

Good luck!
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08 Jan 2012   #29

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BMXer View Post
How do you read these things. I found a utility, but its not completely compatible with Win7 64bit. Computer was running great then I started getting blue screen memory dumps. I can find the dump file, but not the xml file ...

dump file attached. Link to a utility and/or a how to would be greatly appreciated.

May i ask where you found the windows you are using?

Bought,download?.........Which method you use to activate the specific windows?
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08 Jan 2012   #30

Win7 Pro 64bit

Its a purchased version from Microsoft. I work in education and they have discounts for certain software ... Windows 7 Pro was one of them. Its a fully activated and legal version

There have been no other issues so far ... could be my imagination, but it seems to boot quicker too.
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