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are these units compatiable?


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Any update as to if Steam is working now?
BTW thanks for clearing that up for us. :thumbsup:
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was on staem today with no issues.
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That is good new.

I suggest that you give the system a good work out, (do not add too or make changes to the computer at this time.) If still stable after a week, post back.
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This is great to hear and as suggested give the system a good workout and then let us know how it responds then. I'm glad it all is working much better for you. :thumbsup:
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will do. thanks for all the help. it is much appreciated.
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You are more than welcome.

A big thanks to rshaffer61 for his expert advise. Posted Image
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You are both welcome and I hope everything continues to work correctly for you. :thumbsup:
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another crash. err :(

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happened while i was watching a show on hulu...
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Hi Ston3wall.

Sorry the BSOD has reared it's ugly head again. Will have to do some more investigation.

DownloadBlueScreenView

No installation required.


Double click on BlueScreenView.exe file to run the program.


When scanning is done, go Edit>Select All


Go File>Save Selected Items, and save the report as

BSOD.txt

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Open BSOD.txt in Notepad, > select all content, > copy > and paste it into your next reply.


Thanks to Broni for the instructions and program


Edited by iammykyl, 17 April 2012 - 06:35 PM.

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Hi.

Thank you for your reply to my PM. AS you had no luck with BlueScreenView we will run Who Crashed again..

You have the program, already installed on your computer, see post #40. Please run the program. Only copy and paste the current file/s in your next reply.

Thanks.
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Reviewing the topic, I see we have not done much testing of the Hardware. We should see if your RAM is OK.

Download to a folder on your Desktop http://majorgeeks.co...cope_d5601.html
About the Program, http://www.m2ktech.c...mory_Tester.htm

and then burn to a Boot able disk. . Boot from the disk . Press Main Menu, > Press A, select all, > Press 0, run, Let the test run 3 times. > Press 2, Error Report. Let us know the results.
If you do not have Image burning software, > http://www.imgburn.com/
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alright will do. but first i was wondering why i have to remove my gpu for my bios to show up?
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why i have to remove my gpu for my bios to show up?


Why do you think you have to remove the GPU? or have you seen instruction to do so that I have missed?
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I missed any instructions saying to remove the gpu also. :confused:
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