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Windows 7: BSOD during Experience Index and Gaming

03 Feb 2010   #11

Windows 7 x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pepsihatman View Post
*sigh* 5 passes and no errors. Do the clean passes of Memtest86 completely negate the possibility of my ram being the cause of the BSODs? What is next to look into? Any thoughts on why it did not BSOD when I was swapping ram around?
Hi. I doubt 5 passes is enough. Try 10 passes.

No it does not mean the ram isnt faulty if it find no errors, but that's the case most of the time thought.

It can also be a compatiblity problem with the ram and the mobo. It's hard to say.

Honestly, try with 4 gig only. You do not need 8 gig of ram anyway, unless you do major video or graphism editing. some mobo do not like having more than 2 ram module in. it might be an issue in your case. Test it.

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