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  1. Posts : 115
    Windows 10 Pro Version 21H2 OS build 19044.1466
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       #31

    Yea I know it, in fact, I've got it! I'll run it now and post a screenshot of the results. ;-)
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       #32

    "Here is the memory: It is ALL a matched set of OCZ DDR3 RAM - they came in the same packet, 4x2Gb Modules."
    The Intel site shows you should be running 1066 MHz or 1333 MHz, you are using 533MHz.
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       #33

    @jmatt 533MHz is the same as 1066MHz - don't forget it is double data rate (DDR) RAM.
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       #34

    Thanks philc43, missed that. Be interesting to see the results of the 8 pass memory scan.
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  5. Posts : 115
    Windows 10 Pro Version 21H2 OS build 19044.1466
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       #35

    OK, the RAM is fine, as I've always said. 9 passes an all is well, see below!

    BSOD - Critical Process Died...-memtestrslt.jpg
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       #36

    OK, but slot 0 has a different type of memory to the other slots - this will often cause problems with dual memory channels. I would remove that module and see if the system will boot.
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    Windows 10 Pro Version 21H2 OS build 19044.1466
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       #37

    OK will do, tho the memory configuration has been the same since the system was built, back in June 2015! Now, please bear in mind that the problems started during a System Update... the Ram config is fine... case in point, I'm writing this on the very same system, obviously booted off a spare backup drive with Windows 10 on it, but it runs error free - it is absolutely no way a hardware error/problem what have you...
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       #38

    "I'm writing this on the very same system, obviously booted off a spare backup drive with Windows 10 on it, but it runs error free"
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  9. Posts : 115
    Windows 10 Pro Version 21H2 OS build 19044.1466
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       #39

    @philc43 Right, I removed the module, still got the same error... so it's not hardware...

    @jmatt tried that weeks ago, got nowhere...
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    64bit Win 10 Pro ver 21H2
       #40

    @philc43 Right, I removed the module, still got the same error... so it's not hardware...
    Thanks for checking - we have to follow the leads and incompatible RAM is a common reason for memory corruption and is a known reason for the 0xEF bugcheck.
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