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Frequent Blue Screen Crashes

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Best Answer phillpower2 , 01 June 2020 - 10:42 AM

All of the above are most likely related so will go straight to your second edit. The no signal message means that your screen is ok and that the problem is either with the source of the video... Go to the full post »

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Thanks for the additional info  :thumbsup:


100% confirms that your RAM is good and that the A2 slot is bad  :(


Should you have any problems with the RMA, offer to send the merchant a link to this thread so that they can see the testing that has been done and the outcome of those tests, all testing done without compromising the warranty as well btw.

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