BSOD after ram upgrade  

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    Windows 10 64bit

    BSOD after ram upgrade

    After replacing the ram with a larger one, BSOD appears. Ram is tested in memtest and TestMem5. Ram runs on XMP 2666Mhz and is on the QVL list. It's Corsair CMK32GX4M2A2666C16, previous ram wasn't on QVL list and work just fine.
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  2. NTN
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    W10 19045.2546

    Sometimes it could be so simple like:

    1. Power off PC
    2. Switch the positions of the RAMsticks A->B and B-A.

    and then try to boot again.
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  4. Posts : 2
    Windows 10 64bit
    Thread Starter

    Ok, now my system language is English.
    Current Log collector: XARDASPC-(2023-01-30_09-32-09).zip - Google Drive

    What I tested:
    Prime 95 Blend test 2 hours - no errors
    Prime 95 Large FFTs 6 hours - no errors
    memtest 8 hours - no errors
    TestMem5 Extreme profile - no errors
    Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool
    1.25V for RAM
    1.3V for RAM
    disable XMP profile
    Driver Verifier(I tried Driver Verifier, it didn't boot because: ene.sys, dtliteusbbus.sys, droidcam.sys. I deleted Daemon Tools, DroidCam, and the ene.sys file itself because I couldn't figure out what it was related to (Other forums say it's related to RGB control apps, which I never had installed) After all, Driver Verifier worked for ~ 11 hours and no blue screen.
    Now i took out one stick of ram for testing
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