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Please help.. Multiple BSODs!

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peyyue

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Hello, I built my computer a few weeks ago and it was working fine up until 2 days ago. I suddenly got a BSOD with a MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error code and when i took out one stick of ram (i wanted to test each stick) it randomly gave me another BSOD with a ATTEMPTED_WRITE_ON_READONLY memory. I just put the RAM back in and tried to play a game (overwatch) and it BSOD on me again and gave me a SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION error. I don't really know what that error means because I'm a total noobie when it comes to computers so I have no idea what to do. I have been told that my RAM is probably defective so I issued an RMA. Running Windows Memory Diagnostic just gives me a "hardware error" status. However!! This morning, I tried to run memtest86 to and I don't think it even got through the first test.. This is my result: https://gyazo.com/88...16b504708e33f3d

Does this mean my CPU is faulty?? I'm completely clueless.. so far it still runs fine; none of my programs have been freezing or glitching. I don't know what to do. It's my first build so I was really careful in terms of building it but I guess there were still problems

Parts list: https://ca.pcpartpic...com/list/tKyNHN Currently running an unlicensed version of Win10 64bit - Home ed.
There were errors in the Event Log too but I have no idea how to read them. I'm freaking out because I really need this computer to work and again, I have no idea how to read these error codes or how to fix them ):

I took a screenshot of some of the errors in my event log: https://gyazo.com/18...b1ad044ffd63199

BlueScreenViewer Screenshot: https://gyazo.com/21...4683d2f253373ac

 

My BIOS is up to date and I think my other drivers are also up to date as well since they're newly installed. I have run a CoreTemp test on my CPU and my CPU is not overheating.


Edited by peyyue, 17 June 2017 - 09:11 AM.

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If you have more than one stick of memory test them one at time by disconnecting one of the memory module leaving one installed and see Windows will again give you BSOD error if it does test the other stick of memory.
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