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Totally Random BSOD

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operation ivy

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Ok this one might be a bit long.

First things first ill list my system specs.
Motherboard---------------ASUS P5NSLI
Processor------------------Intel Core2Duo E6600
Ram------------------------Kingston Value Ram 1GB PC2 5300
HD--------------------------Dont know exactly.... Some random 250GB
GPU-------------------------BFG 6600gt

Thats the main stuff.

I Got this computer about 2 or 3 weeks ago. During the first windows installation i would get the BSOD 2-3 times. I thought nothing of this and finally got it up and running. As soon as i put it under any load what so ever IE multi tasking and such it would BSOD. So i re installed windows and the drivers and such.

Second windows installation worked pretty good until i went on the internet. everytime i tried to download stuff off the internet like big files (over 1GB some 4GB). It would BSOD after an unknown amount of time ...( i would go to sleep/leave my computer downloading) It would usually sight TCPIP.sys as the error file... So i decided to run MEMTEST (the one that you run while your system is on all normal and such... not the one you boot from floppy as i do not have a floppy drive) after 11% memtest showed an error. so i exited out and decided to go back to the computer store the next day when it opened. Before i went to the computer store i left memtest runnign again just to make sure. Memtest ran all night to 1100% with no errors. i do not know what to make of this. needless to say i did not go to the computer store and have not replaced the ram. The BSOD are totally random. I will be playing Call of duty 2 for 6 hours with no problems one day. and the next it will crash after 3 mins.

*Some* of the BSOD error messages i get are:

i remember one said something about a driver but i did not write it down.

Anyone have any ideas?
The 30 day warrenty thing is about to run out soon so if i have to replace something id like to do it while still under warrenty!!

Thank you for reading

operation Ivy
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oh yah and i have a portable hard drive plugged in aswell
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