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  1. Joined : Oct 2013
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       09 Oct 2015 #91

    I'm really running out of ideas. Do you have another hard drive we could use for a test? I Would like to try a test install. Just to be certain, if you don't mind, could we use a different ISO image of the same OS version you have now. Windows 10 Pro X64. Try downloading that same version from https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/techbench. Bu using a different hard drive and different ISO, it removes the possibility of a bad download and a bad hard drive. We won't worry about installing any programs or anything, just the OS and windows updates. Before you start, please let me know so I can give you some instructions. If you don't want to try that, just let me know. I would also like to see a screenshot of Disk Management, if you would please. Disk Management - How to Post a Screenshot of

    Am I correct you have successfully run every test we have asked you to run except Memtest86+. While your BSODs do not look like memory corruption, I would like to run the test anyway, just to be able to rule that out. Did you also run Seatools on your hard drives? If not, I will give you the links. I would also like you to run check disk if you have not already done so.
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  2. Joined : Jun 2015
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    Windows 10 Pro / Windows 10 TP / Windows 8.1 Pro / Windows 7 Pro
       09 Oct 2015 #92

    essenbe said: View Post
    Am I correct you have successfully run every test we have asked you to run except Memtest86+.
    That is correct, I've noticed (sometimes) that the memory was involved.
    Unfortunately, I wasn't able for finding a solution to the problem as that is why I asked you
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  3. Joined : Oct 2013
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       09 Oct 2015 #93

    OK thanks, Axe0. If I can get a screenshot of Disk Management, maybe I can get it to boot from the memtest86+ USB. Or I'll try anyway.
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  4. Joined : Sep 2015
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 10240 Multiprocessor Free
       10 Oct 2015 #94
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  5. Joined : Sep 2015
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       10 Oct 2015 #95

    I ran SeaTool for my hard drive. There is probably no problem with my hard drive
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  6. Joined : Oct 2013
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       10 Oct 2015 #96

    May I ask why you say 'probably'? Also, I don't know how your BIOS is set up. But you are in UEFI Mode. Try creating the memtest86+ USB drive by downloading the pre compiled USB version of Memtest86+. I will give my typical instructions below. If you use the one time boot menu Key, if you have 2 options for your USB drive one will say just the make of your USB drive and the other will say UEFI and the name of your USB. Choose the UEFI Entry.

    If that does not work, in your BIOS, disable fast Boot and set your Secure Boot setting to Other OS or which setting you have that will recognize both UEFI settings and MBR settings. Set the USB drive as first boot device (it has to be inserted before booting into bios to be recognized). After the test, you can change everything back to like it is right now.

    I realize, this sounds complicated, but it really isn't. These are my typical instructions.

    Please Run Memtest86+

    information   Information
    Please download from this site only http://www.memtest.org/ in the middle of the page are the Download links, you can download the ISO.zip or the Auto USB Flash Drive installer.zip
    Extract the Zip file. If you chose the ISO image, burn it to a CD using Windows Disk Image Burner or any Image burner you may have. If you downloaded the Auto USB installer, extract it, insert your USB 2.0 Flash Drive and take note of the drive letter. Run the installer, select the Flash Drive Letter, check the format box and press next. It will install memtest86+ to a flash drive. You can use either V4.20 or V5.01. Boot from your selected media. If you use V5.01 it will tell you to press certain buttons at the start, please press no buttons. The test will begin on it's own and continue to run until you stop it. It needs to run for 8 complete passes or until you receive an error. If you receive an error, stop the test. Even 1 error is a fail. Each pass tests a different part of the ram and each of the 10 tests in each pass tests something different. It takes a minimum of 8 passes to completely test the ram, more passes are better. It is quite a long test and will take several hours depending on how much ram you have. Due to the time length it is best to run overnight. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask
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  7. Joined : Oct 2013
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       10 Oct 2015 #97

    Also, with Seatools did you run both the short and the long test?
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  8. Joined : Sep 2015
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       10 Oct 2015 #98

    Yea I ran both the short and the long test.
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  9. Joined : Sep 2015
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       10 Oct 2015 #99

    I got a bought a new usb and memtest managed to detect it. Probably my thumbdrive problem..
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  10. Joined : Oct 2013
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       10 Oct 2015 #100

    That's great news. Now, see if you can boot from it. That will be the next issue. It will most likely depend on your BIOS set up.

    As I understand, you have 8 GB of ram. It should take memtest about 9 hours to run the necessary 8 passes. It may be easier for you to run it overnight, while you are sleeping.
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