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Windows 7: Fixed my old BSOD, got a new one.

02 Aug 2012   #1

Windows 7 home premium x64
Fixed my old BSOD, got a new one.

Okay so I fixed my old BSOD's that I got from bad RAM, just got a new one while rendering a video for YouTube and I have no idea what it said because I was away from my computer at the time. Everything needed is included in the zip. I have no idea what the error was, I hope it's something simple because when I fixed it, it was fine for two days until this just happened. Much help would be appreciated, thanks.

EDIT: It did it again and I got a glimpse of it, It was STOP 0x00000A, just like before, and I thought I had fixed that problem

EDIT EDIT: Ran Memtest... Ram continues to get error even though I bought new and completely different branded ram. Could this be a mobo problem? It was fine for two days then out of no where I start to get these problems again, dunno why, reseated and it's fine right now but I don't know how long it will last.

EDIT EDIT EDIT: Crashed when I had just typed that. All slots say have errors for the ram. I don't know what to do at this point, I can't return the mobo because of newegg's bad 30 day only RMA. My Mobo is an ASrock 970 extreme3 and my ram is G.skill Sniper series clocked @ 2133 Mhz. I don't know what else to do, I'm out of options...

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02 Aug 2012   #2

Windows 7 home premium x64

Is this a bad mobo? Do I need to replace it? Do I have to buy a new one? Gah! I really wish someone had an answer..
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 Fixed my old BSOD, got a new one.

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