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Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar Then 4 months later I end up replacing RAM or a power supply...Hopefully it'll work out OK - if you have no issues without the HDD that doesn't necessarily even mean Blue Screen Error Codes Windows 7 From the below link, click on Utilities and download and install the 'ATK0110 driver for WindowsXP/Vista/Win7 32&64-bit'. How To Test Ram I will figure you have updated the bios and are running the latest.

Could it have any effect?Also, do you think these errors are definitely related to hardware, and not by any chance software? Another possibility would be to disable a couple of cores of your CPU - if Crysis stresses all 6 cores to near of fully 100% usage this would lower power consumption While the "good" stick was in, memtest displayed the correct (at this time Auto) configuration of 9-9-9-24. The original problems were inconsistent freezes, which I figured out could have been faulty memory. Memtest86

The first couple months when starting up the computer nothing would show up. It'd do this every half minute to a minute or so. This would lower your CPU's total WATTS consumed at MAX load by ~3.5 WATTS which would bring your CPU's wattage below your MB's max CPU power rating. navigate here Attached Thumbnails Reply With Quote 05-21-2015,01:33 PM #6 Patrick View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles Sysnative StaffEmeritus Join Date Jun 2012 Posts4,505 re: Inconsistent

I have two harddrives currently (500gb and 2tb Seagate drives, Sata 2 and 3 respectively), and no optical drive. Kmode Exception Not Handled Eventually I get lucky and windows loads correctly. Reply With Quote 05-26-2015,08:00 PM #14 Patrick View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles Sysnative StaffEmeritus Join Date Jun 2012 Posts4,505 Re: Inconsistent BSOD - Windows

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I did not know that, but I will take your word for it. IF you have another power supply of sufficient rated power, this would be the time to replace and test. Any help or advice hugely appreciated. Page Fault In Nonpaged Area Locking up/Not responding Every time I turn around my laptop...

Oh two more things sort of basic: Is windows fully updated (run windows update until no required or suggested ones present)?; and are you using any for of firewall or av? I then decide to take out the "bad" stick, and I get a pretty stable system using only the "good". Weird... his comment is here This made sense to me, since my old XMS2's also ran 2T.

Cybbe View Public Profile Find all posts by Cybbe #5 06-13-2011, 08:13 PM Cybbe Registered User Cybbe's PC Specs Cybbe's PC Specs MotherboardASRock P67 Pro3 SE ProcessorIntel Core I5-2400 I manually set the voltage to 2.0V based on the memory specs and kept getting the same error in Memtest86 as before but with confidence over 100. Set you voltage and timings manually in the bios to factory default values (some times the auto settings are not correct). Steps I have taken so far: - installed new fans and case - trialled a different graphics card (ATI Radeon 4670 1GB- now running 4870 512GB) - bought new RAM and

One reason I'm considering upping the voltage though, is that 1.65v seems like very little. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. No problems whatsoever. What mostly concerns me is I can't reproduce the memtest errors.

I have experienced 0 Blue Screens, so it indeed seems the problem was in the RAM! OS Vista Ultimate x64 Reply With Quote New 17 Jul 2011 #2 richc46 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Moderator Join Date : Dec 2008 Fairfield County, CT Posts