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I have not yet, no...is registry clean up death to solid state drives just like defragmentation is?
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A registry cleaner will not increase your system's speed or performance, and has the potential to break your registry to the point that your PC is no longer bootable.
We strongly advise that people stay away from any of the registry cleaners out there.
Go HERE to get more information about why registry cleaners aren't needed.


Thanks to Sari for the explanation


We do not recommend registry cleaners for the above reasons. It is a ongoing discussion here but as a whole GTG does not recommend the use of them.
SSD's should not need defrag and as you said it is not recommended to use it on them.
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Hmm, alright then, thank you for the information and heads up. Well, all four sticks of ram seem to be fine. I started up with each of them in the first slot, and load each one to the desktop, but didnt try to do anything with it.
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Another thing...just a moment ago, my computer just froze for like 30 seconds, like it was going to BSOD again, and then it didnt. Don't know if that helps or not.
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Try to duplicate whatever caused the issue with each stick and let me know if it happens again. There is a possibility this has corrected itself since we started and may not happen again.
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I cant duplicate it. All I was doing was browsing the webcomic Questionable Content. As I have mentioned previously, it doesn't have a trigger. It just happens sometimes.
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I realized my 2 posts might have been misleading...the testing of each individual stick went well. The freezing happened after I put all of them back into their original slots.
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How long ago did you build the system and is this been happening just recently?
Do you download from torrent sites or visit questionable sites? I'm not implying anything but just getting some background to what the possible causes could be. :)
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I put the system together last wednesday. On Thursday night I think one of SATA ports on my case went bad (Corsair 800D) and corrupted my solid state drive. It wasn't being recognized as a boot device or anything. So I reinstalled windows on it. Then it blue screened a couple of times since then. So I guess I'm still in the initial troubleshooting phase of building an enthusiast PC. I do not use torrents, and I don't go to any site that doesn't not pass my McAffee Site Advisor Chrome extension as well as Comodo's defenses. I have the full suite of Comodo for a year ( I was curious about the difference in paid and free software).
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I don't go to any site that doesn't not pass my McAffee Site Advisor Chrome extension as well as Comodo's defenses. I have the full suite of Comodo for a year ( I was curious about the difference in paid and free software).


I believe you answered your own question already.
The full suite will have more comprehensive protection then the free version.
Just a question since you have the full Comodo suite are you using their firewall and if so did you disable the windows firewall as this may cause a issue.
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...I did not, and that was stupid of me. Can we still continue the diagnostics, in case it is something else?
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Actually, when I went to turn it off, it was already turned off.
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Yep I'm only giving information and the issue is still being looked at.
When was the last BSOD?
I'm not sure if this will work but please try the below.

Run hard drive diagnostics: http://www.tacktech....ay.cfm?ttid=287
Make sure, you select tool, which is appropriate for the brand of your hard drive.
Depending on the program, it'll create bootable floppy, or bootable CD.
If downloaded file is of .iso type, use ImgBurn: http://www.imgburn.com/ to burn .iso file to a CD (select "Write image file to disc" option), and make the CD bootable.

NOTE. If your hard drive is made by Toshiba, try the Hitachi DFT CD Image version of the software

Thanks to Broni for the instructions
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It was last night, about 20 or so minutes before my first post. And I'll do what you said.
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My Solid State's manufacturer isnt on there, its Corsair.
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