BSOD when playing youtube videos (SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION)

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       #41

    I did for 11 passes few days ago and I get no errors

    axe0 said:
    Try running MemTest86 and see what the results are
    MemTest86 - Offical Site of the x86 Memory Testing Tool
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       #42

    MemTest86+ or MemTest86?
    I suggested both, but 1 was by accident.
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  3. Posts : 26
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       #43
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       #44

    Memory corruption could also be from the GPU, but I wanted to make sure the memtest was done properly:)




    Diagnostic test

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    Run Furmark for around 30 minutes


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       #45

    Run Furmark when I first got this graphics card for about 4 hours ... no issues.
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       #46

    When exactly is the crash usually happening?
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  7. Posts : 26
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       #47

    It happens when I watch youtube ... but considering how infrequently it happens it might be that its just what I do with this PC the most (I tried running youtube playlist overnight and I can get more than 24 hours of youtube playback without a crash)
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    sekhem said:
    Ps. I need to decide if I want to replace any of my hardware this week (cause my 30 days return is running out). If you were to guess what are the most likely culprits here? Motherboard? Memory? CPU? Is any of these guaranteed not to be the cause ??
    I hope I am not too late for this?
    Is it possible to replace multiple parts?
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    axe0 said:
    I hope I am not too late for this?
    Is it possible to replace multiple parts?
    Yeah ... I ordered a new memory and motherboard since I thought these are the most likely culprits could it be anything else ??
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    I'm actually not sure, but the only things left are the CPU, motherboard and PSU.
    Although I would doubt the CPU, because it is the most stable generally.
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