Windows 10: Windows 10: loop of multiple BSODs

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  1.    15 Mar 2017 #21

    yes i know that it is compatible with your current mobo, but i meant if you buy a new different model mobo.

    Idea: because it is not 100% sure your RAM is oke, we suspect it was the mobo. You could ask the shop where you going to buy the new mobo as a customer service if they want to test your RAM and if it is unhopefully also faulty you assure them that you also buy new RAM at their shop.
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  2.    16 Mar 2017 #22

    That's a good idea, I will try to negotiate that, thank you :)
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