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Windows 7: 1 stick ram (NO BSOD) 2 stick of ram = BSOD after running for a while

29 Oct 2015   #1

win 7 64bits
1 stick ram (NO BSOD) 2 stick of ram = BSOD after running for a while

BSOD code : 0x0000001A

Sorry for my mistake and eror ! thanks you

I start, I bought all the piece separatly in 2011 When the lga 2011 first came out. Played with my pc for over 3 years without any issue and suddently BSOD started , make some google search removed 1 stick of ram , and TADA ! brand new no more crash , i tought my stick of ram was bad but no! remplaced the one with the other and still no crash, when i add both it crash.

As said in the description 1 stick of ram no matter wich one do not crash my pc even if it run for 7 days in a row ( i tried many slot not all but many still no crash )

Crash happen when i add a second stick of ram .. the pc boot as normal but after running for a while may be 1 hour or 5 hours .. it will eventually crash! . When i play Gta V or any big game it took about 30 mins to crash.

so i tried these ''Fix''

Tried all other red slot
tied reset cpu overclock to default (3.2 ghz)
tried lower ram mhz (default 1333 and drop to 1000)
tried lastest bios update, still not working
tried install windows on a fresh partition of my hdd (it wont even install windows with 2 stick but it do with 1)
tried to do the good old trick, blow all my lung in the motherboard slot.. stil crash
tried windows memory disagnostic , no eror found.

basically with 1 stick of ram i can do what ever i like it goes Like new , the second i add one , BSOD

ps : first upload is the test with 1 stick and second one is the test with 2 stick , if it can help

My System SpecsSystem Spec
30 Oct 2015   #2

Windows 10 Pro

Hi halogene,

You are running an ASUS OEM Product ID on an ASUS retail board.
This makes your installation counterfeit.
Troubleshooting a counterfeit is useless as it is not known what has been modified to your system.
A counterfeit installation contains heavily modified code which causes the system to behave in unexpected ways.
For this reason, analyzing counterfeit systems is unreliable and most analysts won't try it.
Configuration du systŠme d'exploitation:    Station de travail autonome
Type de version du systŠme d'exploitation:  Multiprocessor Free
Propri‚taire enregistr‚:                    xxxx
Organisation enregistr‚e:                   
Identificateur de produit:                  00426-OEM-8992662-00173
Date d'installation originale:              2014-12-01, 00:18:19
Heure de d‚marrage du systŠme:              2015-10-29, 18:31:17
I recommend to install a genuine copy of Windows.
If, after you have installed a genuine copy of Windows, you still get BSOD's we'll be happy to assist you.
My System SpecsSystem Spec

 1 stick ram (NO BSOD) 2 stick of ram = BSOD after running for a while

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