Again noting any problems
The idea here is to ensure that the RAM sticks are good and well seated
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OK, it may take a day or so to check them. I don't get blue screens every time I get on the computer. Sometimes I get 4 or 5 in a couple of hours and sometimes I don't get any for a couple of days.
So far I've not had any blue screens since removing the first memory card. If this continues today, I'll remove the second one in the morning.
I thought of something after I took the first memory card out. The two cards were not in side-by-side slots. I had actually skipped a slot between the two cards. I put them both in when I changed them out. (I thought of it after I took the first one out.) And other than the first BSOD you warned me about, it has been fine. I think that may have been the problem.
Today, for the first time since I put the two memory cards back in side by side, I got an blue screen error. It was shortly after I turned on the computer. The error was a CRITICAL-PROCESS-DIED error.
Will do. Should I move them to the two slots that are empty right now?
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