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Windows 7: Crashes possibly bad memory? Win7Pro X64

19 Dec 2009   #21

Windows 7 Ult, Windows 8.1 Pro,

With that much memory corruption I doubt that delating precision or changing drivers will have any effect. Good luck with this Souronis.

I believe your original assumption is correct about this being a memory problem but it could just as easily be a setting in bios that isn't quite right.

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19 Dec 2009   #22
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The driver on your system is from 2005 and it controls your hardware - I'd say that wasn't a very good scenario when you're already having issues with your system.

I'd prefer that you set the fan speeds in the BIOS - but if that's not possible then give SpeedFan a shot.
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20 Dec 2009   #23

Windows 7 Pro X64

I have used SpeedFan before with no trouble, back when I was using vista on this machine.

Also, should I try memtest again to see if it is a RAM problem

Could it be a bad OS install? I have installed Win7 on three other rigs using the same disc (they all got valid keys the same way I did, through MSDN AA) none of had BSODS.

Also, my latest string of crashes all look nearly identical and are memory corruption. They look pretty much the same, should I upload them?
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