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Windows 7: BSOD While playing games, 0x1A MEMORY_MANAGEMENT

17 Aug 2014   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
BSOD While playing games, 0x1A MEMORY_MANAGEMENT

Hello, I have been getting BSODs/freezes while playing certain games, aka minecraft. The first (and only so far) BSOD was 0x1A MEMORY_MANAGEMENT, but the dump writing was set to kernel dump, so I didn't get .DMP file ( sorry). I set it to Minidump File, played minecraft again to test, but this time, my computer froze. No BSOD, no .DMP file, just a freeze.

Since this was a MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error, I decided to run a Memtest86+ test. However, I noticed something odd in the RAM specs:

I'm pretty sure that's not the CAS latency that I have on my RAM. So, I compared my specs on Speccy to that on, and indeed, they were different.

So, I think my RAM is corrupt, but I just want to check in with you guys to make sure. I will test my RAM on minecraft for (hopefully) another BSOD, so I can get a minidump. After that, I will run Memtest86+ again for a few hours, since I stopped it to post this. Until then, my specs and stuff are in the attachments below.


EDIT: Those pictures do not want to work on here, just click on them and it will bring you to them

EDIT2: Pictures fixed

My System SpecsSystem Spec
17 Aug 2014   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate X64

I tried resetting the BIOS to default settings, and clearing the CMOS, and it seems my CAS latency has returned to a normal 11-11-11-28. Also, my RAM has gone to 735 MHz (DDR3-1470), which I think is normal. Still, I'm running Memtest86+ right now, just to make sure.

Do you think it could have been bad BIOS settings?
My System SpecsSystem Spec

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