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Windows 7: Random BSoD on new build.

03 Aug 2011   #11
Hobowookiee

Windows Professional 64bit
 
 

Ok just seems to be blue screening every 5 mins now. I'm off to work will check back in later toniught thanlks


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03 Aug 2011   #12
panais

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Hobowookiee View Post
Ok just seems to be blue screening every 5 mins now. I'm off to work will check back in later toniught thanlks
(Yes set the virtual memory back to default)

Well,your minidumps again points to memory corruption.

We have to test your ram,

The below steps are in the case that you cannot run the memtest


Remove the one stick of ram and wait for results.

Then use the other stick of ram and wait for results.

Then try to install each stick in different slot.

Just one stick everytime.

Take one stick and try it in every slot,then the other,each time you have to wait for the results.

That way we will know if you have a faulty ram or faulty motherboard slot.

If you can run the memtest then again run it with one stick every time and test it with all the slots.

And let it run overnight.
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05 Aug 2011   #13
Hobowookiee

Windows Professional 64bit
 
 

Ok, tested the memory out again (individually this time in both slots) and it passed.
I seem to have fixed the problem though. The g.skill ram was defaulting to 1600 mz on startup. I haven't OC'd anything and it's my understanding that the ram should be running at 1333 at stock. Now it's set to 1333 and all is stable. Will try an overclock soon and see if I can get it stable. Thanks for the help panais, it is much appreciated. I actually learned a few things which is always good...Also..know of any good overclocking guides out there for these components?
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05 Aug 2011   #14
panais

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Hobowookiee View Post
Ok, tested the memory out again (individually this time in both slots) and it passed.
I seem to have fixed the problem though. The g.skill ram was defaulting to 1600 mz on startup. I haven't OC'd anything and it's my understanding that the ram should be running at 1333 at stock. Now it's set to 1333 and all is stable. Will try an overclock soon and see if I can get it stable. Thanks for the help panais, it is much appreciated. I actually learned a few things which is always good...Also..know of any good overclocking guides out there for these components?
Start a new thread with the name "i need advice with overclocking"
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