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That one isn't telling me anything including when it happened or where it happened. :confused:
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Delcore

Did you see my earlier post and are you using ready boost


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I have seen your earlier post. I didn't have anything attached to the computer. On the other hand, how can I check to see if I have a ready boost?

I'll work on getting info on the last crash.
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If you did not have anything attached that is configured for ready boost OR have never used it, then the error report on the ready boost is caused by something else.

Crash Address : rdyboost.sys+c336 from one of your crash reports


If you do not know what I refer to please see this

http://windows.micro...ures/readyboost




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I am on the phones internet at the moment. Right now, my memtest is finding thousands of errors. My question is, what action shall be used to eliminate thousands of errors?
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And by the way, my computer eventually read a blan disk and imgburn worked out fine. I'm just shocked at how long this is taking.
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If memtest is finding errors then the issue is with your memory. If you can get a picture of memtest running so we can take a look it might help us.
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I'm just shocked at how long this is taking.




I am not sure if you mean the Memtest or the topic as a whole, but however long it takes, WE do not mind.

and if Memtest is finding errors, it is a fair bet that the ram is defective.

Really you need to go inside the computer and establish which stick of ram is failing

see this it is a good guide and READ the cautions carefully please

http://www.crucial.c...tall/dimm.aspx/

especially

STEP 2: Ground yourself






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Yep you can do that by removing everything but the first module in slot 1 or A depending on how it is marked. Retest using memtest and switch out till you find the faulty module or modules. If it is finding errors that quick then no need to let it go through 6 passes. Start with our previous suggestion of testing each module on its own with memtest.
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Well the pass is at 23% and has stopped. How do I attach an image here?
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That is ok it may stop for a bit.



How to attach a file:

  • Look below the Fast Reply box at the bottom of this page, click on Use Full Editor button.
  • Scroll down and click on the Browse button.
  • Click on Desktop found in left pane.
  • Scroll to find the image saved to Desktop and click on the image.
  • Click the Open button.
  • Click the Attach This File button.
  • Click Add Reply button and that will attach the file to your next post.

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Is this possible via cell phone?
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Hmmm only if the cel phone saves pictures as jpeg files. If not it is not a big problem as I think we all are in agreement to what the issue is right now.
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Here is the picture

Edited by Delcore, 01 August 2012 - 08:14 PM.

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