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Windows 7: Regular BSOD , ntfs.sys common

20 Nov 2011   #11
chappy40

windows 7 64bit
 
 

In the absence of any other directions i may just buy a new hdd and install a system image on it i made the other day.
last chance to guide me before i strike out blindly and try random fixes

(my only concern with this will be whether the system image i do have is corrupted or not)


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20 Nov 2011   #12
chappy40

windows 7 64bit
 
 

ok so i've been testing my 3 sticks of memory overnight each night while troubleshooting the SSD when im actually around. Did the third and final stick earlier and it error'd within 5 minutes . the other 2 seem ok and i've tried different slots with those 2 already to clear the slots.

I'll run the computer tonite on just 4gig and see how it goes stability wise.
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20 Nov 2011   #13
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by chappy40 View Post
ok so i've been testing my 3 sticks of memory overnight each night while troubleshooting the SSD when im actually around. Did the third and final stick earlier and it error'd within 5 minutes . the other 2 seem ok and i've tried different slots with those 2 already to clear the slots.

I'll run the computer tonite on just 4gig and see how it goes stability wise.


Good luck
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22 Nov 2011   #14
chappy40

windows 7 64bit
 
 

ok well 2 days of running on 4 of my original 6 gigs and no BSODS. i've put it through as many tasks as i can including the actual exe listed for collecting BSODS which ironically was a garaunteed way of causing one for my particular problem.

can confirm it was definitely the stick of ram causing these errors.
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