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Windows 7: Memtest86+ displaying Operation error?

24 Jan 2011   #11
quartaela

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

my technical service specify that latest version of Memtest which is 4.20 Memtest86 is on beta stage. so it will not work properly with intel core i2500k processors. maybe this idea will be true because i tried Memtest with 2 computers which have intel core 2 duo processors._?


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24 Jan 2011   #12
quartaela

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

ok friends i recognize that why Memtest86 is not working properly, the reason is version 4.10 is incompatible with intel sandy bridge processors. so i downloaded and burn the version 4.20 beta and tried with that version. so finally the Memtest86 is now testing the memory but it have found 2 errors at the beginning of the process. i will share the caps when it is finished.
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24 Jan 2011   #13
quartaela

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

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24 Jan 2011   #14
fimble

windows 7 ultimate
 
 

Looks to me from those results that your memory is shot.

I would rather wait for second opinions though.
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24 Jan 2011   #15
smarteyeball

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by quartaela View Post



4) the technical service says contrast of what you say. i mean don't put much faith on Memtest86 and windows tool will be more reliable.


Sorry, that was not directed at you - but at the 'technical services'.


However the fact that it's a sandy bridge system + a beta release of memtest does put a new spin on this. That original error code could indeed be because of incompatibility.



Those two shots showing all the errors - is that the same ram in another machine, or the new one?

On the surface, it does look like faulty memory - but if it's the same RAM in a non-sandy bridge machine, the settings may wrong which will cause false errors. If it is the sandy bridge machine, the memtest beta may also be incorrectly reporting false errors.

But since you were still getting BSOD's, even on a fresh installation - there is still the underlying h/w issue.




Do you know the full system specs of your machine, and if so, could you fill them out?

Otherwise you can use CPU-Z and/or Speccy to get the important info. Namely, what motherboard and exact RAM you are using.

It's possible it may just be a RAM/motherboard incompatibly that's been fixed by a newer BIOS or the settings are off.
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25 Jan 2011   #16
quartaela

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

yes here my system specs

intel core i5 2500K 3.30 GHZ
Gigabyte PH67-UD3 (Motherboard)
Gigabyte 1 GB GTX 460, 256 bit, GDDR5
2x2 DUAL 1333Mhz C9 Corsair Ram
1 TB Seagate HDD

and i am using windows 7 ultimate - 64 bit O/S

İn addition, after i formatted my HDD i haven't faced with more than one blue screen error. i tried to plug many times my friends USB Flash Memory which was the reason to start many BSOD 2 days ago but i haven't faced with an another BSOD.
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25 Jan 2011   #17
quartaela

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

and i only tested these RAMS with Sandy Bridge. last night i tested one RAM on the first slot and it found nearly 60 errors.
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25 Jan 2011   #18
smarteyeball

 
 

What BIOS version are you using? The latest for that board is F5 - although I belive your RAM should already be properly supported.

If Memtest is accurately reporting errors - I'd strongly suggest contacting the place you bought the PC and asking for a replacement set of RAM.
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26 Jan 2011   #19
quartaela

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

Yes my BIOS version is F5. actually i haven't faced with BSOD last 3 days. and before i formatted my hdd i was using daemon tools which i recognized that i is causing BSOD sometimes. and after i formatted my hdd and pretend to install daemon tools i remember that computer gave an another BSOD. i know Memtest gives errors. but the reason of that maybe about i am using sandy bridge proc. which Memtest86 is not fully compatible with that processors nowadays. and i want to ask another question. will Combofix cause memory corruptions_?. i used Combofix lots of times except in Windows 7 - 64 bit. and thanks for your help brother. : )
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26 Jan 2011   #20
smarteyeball

 
 

I don't know if Combofix would cause any issues. I've never used it tbh.

You should have a 12 month warranty at least, so I'd play the waiting game to see if any more Blue Screens do occur.

Faulty RAM can cause problems at any time, doing any task with no set schedule. You may have no problems for a while and then BOOM.

Fingers crossed for you
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