Firsr time it said 170 errors, then I left it but then reset it and it said this.
I've just taken out the 3 1GB sticks and it's running much further and getting to 32% (crashed at 7% last time) on memtest64 boot.
Sounds like you are making real progress. Good luck, let me know how you make out.
Thanks I'll report back with any problems. In layman terms why were the additional sticks causing the error? Should I bin or sell them?
They are only 1GB so not worth selling in my opinion, especially since one or more of them is defective.
If you want to find out which one(s) is/are bad, put only the 1GB modules in and run memtest86+.
Hey it was running beautifully since last time I posted then this morning it froze up then tonight it's done it's usual. I will do another dump asap.
First thing is to run the memory test again, make sure none of the remaining are bad.
The last dump looks like the Nvidia driver for your GeForce GTX 760 again.
Try some of the older drivers linked to in my earlier post.Code:fffff802`0c054718 fffff800`a79f4d6fUnable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\nvlddmkm.sys, Win32 error 0n2 *** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for nvlddmkm.sys *** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for nvlddmkm.sys nvlddmkm+0x1e4d6f
Use DDU to uninstall the Nvidia driver before installing the next one.
Thanks I used that program, it did it I installed earlier version then it failed to install and wouldn't start up but then I did a system restore to before I used that and 'rolled back' the driver and touch wood it's been okay. Although it did reset last night I think.
Thanks is there a tip jar?
Let's see, what's the terminology? Ah yes, "Pay it forward".
I really wish Nvidia would get it's act together. There have been many, many video problems when upgrading to Windows 10 and most have been Nvdia related. You'd think by now they would have found the problems and fixed them. Instead they keep releasing new hardware.