Random multiple BSOD

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  1. axe0's Avatar
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       #21

    BSOD analysis is sometimes tricky, see example below, we can at best provide the 'most likely' cause, it is to you to confirm it.
    Example, if the PSU has somewhere a loose wire, the RAM voltage isn't proper. We suggest a memory test, it will give errors but neither RAM or motherboard switch solves the problem. However, the dumps keep giving 'memory corruption'.
    This is an example which is unlikely to ever happen (and very difficult to pinpoint).

    Don't worry if the RAM frequency isn't exactly at the speed it is designed to function, a slight difference won't do any harm :)

    Yes, like when the RAM voltage isn't proper.
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  2. Posts : 15
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       #22

    axe0 said:
    BSOD analysis is sometimes tricky, see example below, we can at best provide the 'most likely' cause, it is to you to confirm it.
    Example, if the PSU has somewhere a loose wire, the RAM voltage isn't proper. We suggest a memory test, it will give errors but neither RAM or motherboard switch solves the problem. However, the dumps keep giving 'memory corruption'.
    This is an example which is unlikely to ever happen (and very difficult to pinpoint).

    Don't worry if the RAM frequency isn't exactly at the speed it is designed to function, a slight difference won't do any harm :)

    Yes, like when the RAM voltage isn't proper.
    Thanks.

    I just tried with a new Ram stick, I still get errors on Memtest.

    If I understand correctly, I should now try another motherboard but it could be the PSU or CPU as well?
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  3. axe0's Avatar
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       #23

    Yes, you should try another motherboard.

    I'm not sure how much the CPU is involved in the test, but the PSU is a possibility though less likely.
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