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Windows 7: Multiple BSODs

06 Jul 2010   #21
mahitto

windows 7 x64
 
 

@CarlTR6 yeah the perfect price System runs with no errors still.

I called the place where i bought all my parts. They told me that i should put the sticks back into position where i got the errors and make sure the memory is pushed in all the way, I mean i did push them in untill the white clips on the ends goes fully closed. They also said it could be CPU related issue, or motherboard.

And they told me if i get errors again using the memory in the place which gave me BSODs before i should send them my motherboard along with cpu and memory so they could test it. If they find any errors it will be free but if not then i have to pay around 20bucks. Is this something i should do? Im not sure.

The main question is: If there is some kind of error with my memory or motherboard, but it works fine now, will it get worse with time? Worth sending the stuff away and some delivery guy had a bad day or the support is eating fries while testing my hardware?



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06 Jul 2010   #22
CarlTR6

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Good questions.

If there is a problem with the components, it will only get worse over time. It will not get better. If you put all the RAM back in and start getting errors, I suggest you let the techs sort it out. That is worth a 20 dollar investment. As they told you, it could be the CPU ship, the motherboard or the RAM. It could be something as simple as voltage or timing problems with the RAM.

But I am certainly glad to hear you are running with no problems! I hope that continues. Keep us updating and we will mark this one as solved.
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06 Jul 2010   #23
Davidxtux

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mahitto View Post
@CarlTR6 yeah the perfect price System runs with no errors still.

I called the place where i bought all my parts. They told me that i should put the sticks back into position where i got the errors and make sure the memory is pushed in all the way, I mean i did push them in untill the white clips on the ends goes fully closed. They also said it could be CPU related issue, or motherboard.

And they told me if i get errors again using the memory in the place which gave me BSODs before i should send them my motherboard along with cpu and memory so they could test it. If they find any errors it will be free but if not then i have to pay around 20bucks. Is this something i should do? Im not sure.

The main question is: If there is some kind of error with my memory or motherboard, but it works fine now, will it get worse with time? Worth sending the stuff away and some delivery guy had a bad day or the support is eating fries while testing my hardware?

If it isn't broken, don't fix it. At this time you are error free... trying anything else would just be over-processing a problem that currently doesn't exist.
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24 Jul 2010   #24
mahitto

windows 7 x64
 
 

So, I sent back the CPU, memory and motherboard to the store so they could take a look at it and they did not find anything wrong with it. They did replace the motherboard and the memory with new ones anyway and I didn't have to pay anything. I put the parts together again and started my computer and got a BSOD during the loading of windows. I have no idea why, something was probably wrong with the harddrive settings in BIOS.

I reset the settings in BIOS to failsafe settings and the system runs BSOD free! Yay!
The thing is just that i think my memory runs at 667mhz when viewing in "System information for windows 2010". Is there another program i should use to check this with or is this a descent one? Or is this how memory works? i got a pair of DDR3 1333.

I guess this BSOD issue is solved but i be very happy if you can leave a comment on the memory question.
A HUGE thanks to all of you, i would send you all a brand new Ferrari for the helping me but i can't afford the shipment. // JR
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24 Jul 2010   #25
CarlTR6

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 

I am delighted to hear you are up and running BSOD free. Good news. As to the memory question, I am not a hardware guy and I will leave that to one of our team knowledgeable in that area. Oh, I'll come pick the Ferrari.

Thanks for letting us know the solution.
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24 Jul 2010   #26
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mahitto View Post
So, I sent back the CPU, memory and motherboard to the store so they could take a look at it and they did not find anything wrong with it. They did replace the motherboard and the memory with new ones anyway and I didn't have to pay anything. I put the parts together again and started my computer and got a BSOD during the loading of windows. I have no idea why, something was probably wrong with the harddrive settings in BIOS.

I reset the settings in BIOS to failsafe settings and the system runs BSOD free! Yay!
The thing is just that i think my memory runs at 667mhz when viewing in "System information for windows 2010". Is there another program i should use to check this with or is this a descent one? Or is this how memory works? i got a pair of DDR3 1333.

I guess this BSOD issue is solved but i be very happy if you can leave a comment on the memory question.
A HUGE thanks to all of you, i would send you all a brand new Ferrari for the helping me but i can't afford the shipment. // JR
Your memory and cpu may run slower when not under load. If you are checking to see if the memory runs @ 1333 you need to make sure they are in the right slots and are under some load when testing.
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