Daily BSODs started 2 weeks ago.


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    Daily BSODs started 2 weeks ago.


    128 GB RAM total = 4 x 32 GB. Win10 Pro x64 22H2, Build 19045.3086

    2016 custom build with GeForce GTX 950 video card, replaced in 12/2022 with used Nvidia GeForce GTX 650Ti. Device Manager shows card is "working properly."
    Nvidia driver (signed by MS Windows Hardware Compatibility) ver. 27.21.14.5671 dated 9/30/2020.

    Tried to update driver via Windows update but nothing more recent, nor could I find more recent driver at Nvidia. Bluescreen View seems to point to VGA driver issue.

    SFC scan found nothing. Ran "DISM /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth" and got "The restore operation completed successfully."

    Windows Memory Diagnostic: "Your computer has a memory problem."

    Ran "Memtest86+" for 3 hours and got 610 errors. Will run again overnight as soon as thunderstorms stop.

    Thanks in advance to the experts,
    Sophia

    Hopefully this Google drive reference will work, though may not since first time user.
    Google Drive: Sign-in
    Last edited by cmart6; 16 Jul 2023 at 14:56.
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    You've got RAM issues; you're going to have to purchase a new set of RAM.
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    cmart6 said:
    Windows Memory Diagnostic: "Your computer has a memory problem."

    Ran "Memtest86+" for 3 hours and got 610 errors. Will run again overnight as soon as thunderstorms stop.
    How much more conclusive does it have to be? Clearly both RAM tests report bad RAM, so that's your problem!

    cmart6 said:
    128 GB RAM total = 4 x 32 GB. Win10 Pro x64 22H2, Build 19045.3086
    Try removing 2 RAM sticks and run Memtest86+ again. Then swap sticks and run Memtest86+ again. You'll soon find the flaky stick.
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    ubuysa said:
    How much more conclusive does it have to be? Clearly both RAM tests report bad RAM, so that's your problem!


    Try removing 2 RAM sticks and run Memtest86+ again. Then swap sticks and run Memtest86+ again. You'll soon find the flaky stick.
    Thanks ubuysa and Warlord. I will figure out how to remove the RAM sticks systematically and then run Memtest86 again.
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    Please post links that do not require sign on.
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    zbook said:
    Please post links that do not require sign on.
    I think that's just the title given by Google Drive. I clicked on it from another computer not signed in and could see contents of zip file or download.
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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
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    cmart6 said:
    I think that's just the title given by Google Drive. I clicked on it from another computer not signed in and could see contents of zip file or download.

    Google Drive: Sign-in

    Sign in
    to continue to Google Drive

    Please post links that do not require sign on.
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    zbook said:
    Google Drive: Sign-in

    Sign in
    to continue to Google Drive

    Please post links that do not require sign on.
    That's just the title. As I already indicated, the link opens on another system where I'm not signed in. Thanks.
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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
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    The link cannot be viewed as it requires a sign in or logon.

    Links that do not require sign in will not display sign in.
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    Win10Warlord said:
    You've got RAM issues; you're going to have to purchase a new set of RAM.
    Assuming 1 or 2 of the 4 sticks (each 32 GB) is bad, why not run with the good sticks?
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