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alren

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My windows is blue screening it was working fine for a month and then it started having this problem. I've attached the dump file hopefully one of you can make sense of it. I have run a mem test and it gets nothing. Let me know what you need ill be checking the site every 20 min or so.

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The system only seems to blue screen when i am playing video games i don't know if this will help you figure it out or not.
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Ok i took out one of my ram sticks and it failed right away. I took that one out and put the other one in and it ran fine. I decided to see if it could be the specific slot that i plugged it into that was the problem and that seemed to be it. Im playing my games and it doesnt seem to crash. Is it possible that that could be the reason???
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So far so good, it seems it might have been that one stick of ram. I read a few of the other posts and decided to try a few of those things and it seems this one is working. Thank you all SO MUCH!!! If you want to delete this thread it is fine with me THANK YOU AGAIN!!!!
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If the one ram module is bad it really should have shown up on memtest86.
Have you tried to run memtest on each module individually?
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