Windows 10: Memory_management bsod Solved

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  1.    05 Feb 2016 #21

    The 3TB drive passed all the Seagate tests. However, the system still crashes (see the previously reply).
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       05 Feb 2016 #22

    Do you hav another cable?
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  3.    05 Feb 2016 #23

    I tried running BurnInTest, and it revealed memory errors. Curious... I reran memtest (Windows) and tried memtest86. Neither of those showed anything. So I tried BurnInTest again, memory errors.

    So I reduced the BIOS speed of the memory. Down at 1033, the errors went away. Let's see if I get anymore BSOD.

    What cable?
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  4.    08 Feb 2016 #24

    I got one more BSOD, and running BurnInTest revealed 1 error. Decided to pull 8GByte of the memory and return to 1600 clock. 300 errors with BurnInTest even before it timed out. Swapped to the 2nd set, now down to 0 errors. No more BSOD so far. So I've returned the memory as faulty, and buying more to see if that gets me 16GByte of stable memory.
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       08 Feb 2016 #25

    What cable?
    Another cable for the drivers, but I think it won't be necessary anymore :)

    I got one more BSOD, and running BurnInTest revealed 1 error. Decided to pull 8GByte of the memory and return to 1600 clock. 300 errors with BurnInTest even before it timed out. Swapped to the 2nd set, now down to 0 errors. No more BSOD so far. So I've returned the memory as faulty, and buying more to see if that gets me 16GByte of stable memory.
    Good to hear, keep me posted :)
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  6.    14 Feb 2016 #26

    No more BSOD, replaced memory working fine. System much better than before with Netflix - it might stutter, but audio doesn't start breaking up as it did on my old system.
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       14 Feb 2016 #27

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