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Windows 7: Random freezing and BSOD on new build

01 May 2015   #11

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Originally Win 7 Hm Prem x64 Ver 6.1.7600 Build 7601-SP1 | Upgraded to Windows 10 December 14, 2019

Arc, I did notice in Ky's #1 post he did run memtest but I believe 8 full passes take longer than "several hours".

Ky, it is usually suggested to start the test and let it run overnight or whenever your schedule allows you to get some sleep time in, it cuts down on the anxiety factor of not being able to use your machine.

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01 May 2015   #12

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anak View Post
Arc, I did notice in Ky's #1 post he did run memtest but I believe 8 full passes take longer than "several hours".
I dont go with memtest 86 for testing memory. Thats a crap inferior tool.
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kyturne View Post
Ran Prime 95, and Memtest 86. No overheating with Prime 95 and no memory errors after running Memtest for several hours.
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13 Jun 2015   #13

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Still getting BSODs

Ok, at this point I have tried removing my wireless card, still blue screens. I tried changing keyboard and mouse from wireless to wired (just trying to change any peripherals I can to test), no change. I've ran Memtest, no errors. I discovered that I did not have my memory installed in the slots recommended by Asrock (i.e. A2 and B2) for the first memory pair, so I adjusted that, still blue screens. I disabled the Aggressive Link Power Management setting in the BIOS, still blue screens. I am at a loss here, and am not sure what to try next. Any suggestions are appreciated.

I've attached my newest dump files.

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