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Curly 3000

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Most recent error code:0x000000f4(oX0000000000000003,0XFFFFFA80084A2C10,0XFFFFFA80084A2E48,0XFFFFF8000272C4B0)

Computer built 2009 and have had problems copying or moving large amounts of data (e.g. music from main HDD to backup HDD) from day one. Recently bought Carbonite off line storage and have had several BSOD's while uploading files. System as follows:
MSI P45 Platinum socket LGA775 Intel Mobo; Sapphire Radeon HD 4870 X2 Video card; 750 watt PC Power & Cooling power supply; Intel Core 2 Quad Q9650 3.0Hz Processor; Patriot Viper 4 GB (2X2GB) DDR2 1066 SD RAM; WD 300GB and Samsung 1TB HDD; Windows Vista Home Premium SP2 64 Bit OS. Tried to attach MiniDump file, but recieved web site error. Have no known virus or security issues. Have been using Norton 360 and previous versions for years. Update graphics card driver every time new version comes out. Windows is up to date. Windows Defender is running. Have run malware scans from various vendors and none has been found. Errors may be RAM related? Mobo has 4 slots for RAM, but we can't get all four filled and system functioning. The 2 sticks inserted are in the proper slots per the manual. We have not changed the BIOS in any way, except updating the versions from the vendor. Voltage, RAM timing, etc. has not been changed. I have also had "Quota Underflow" errors.
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Edited by Curly 3000, 07 November 2010 - 02:56 PM.

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To attach a minidump, you should compress it into a .zip archive, and then upload that. I suggest you download WhoCrashed: http://www.resplendence.com/downloads and post the log it gives of your crash dumps.
Try a clean boot: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/331796 Use msconfig to disable startup programs and services to see if they are causing the BSOD. Try uploading your files to Carbonite afterwards.

Edited by edge2022, 07 November 2010 - 11:20 PM.

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