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Windows 7: Driver/Memory related random BSODs

08 Jul 2012   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Driver/Memory related random BSODs

So I bought a new motherboard to my setup a few weeks ago and it made my PC kind of unstable, at first I knew it was because of my overclocking, but I used the motherboards own Auto-tuneup to overclock so i found it very strange, but i tried putting back default settings, which made no difference. I also got a lot of file corruption when i tried to install new stuff, and they were always random, like it took always several tries for me to install something because it would give me random corruption errors. So i figured that i might need to do a clean install of Windows since I still have drivers from my old motherboard installed and what not that might just make the setup unstable.

After the clean install, i install ONLY essential drivers that are latest versions (LAN & Display drivers) and i recieve first a Page_fault_in_non_paged_area BSOD. After restarting, I get a Memory_management BSOD.

That could not possibly be driver related BSODs and i don't see how it can be memory related either, I have 8 sticks of RAM total 4 of them are brand new like 1 month old and the other 4 have been running smooth with the setup for over a year. I also tried switching different combinations of Ram with all these sticks of ram like the 4 old sticks only, 4 new sticks only or 2 of the old, and 2 of the new and so on. Still get random BSODs like this.

My setup:
AMD Phenom II X6
(old sticks of ram 2x1GB Crucial Ballistix, and 2x1GB Corsair Dominators)
(New sticks of ram that are installed right now 4x2GB Corsair XMS)
All these are 1600mhz
ASUS Geforce GTX560 DirectCUII TOP
500W Fractal Design Integra

Any help please!

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08 Jul 2012   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit

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