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I have just built new rig, since I started running HL2 on it it started to crash out. I assumed due to memory errors as thats what the log says...messed about with the memory moved slots etc, still crashing. Have removed one stick same problem though less frequent, will now change that stick for the other etc. Have run mem test for 24+hrs and it says all fine.
What is going on I am very confused, is it bios mem timings here are some sample error logs;
stop:0x00000050, 0xAC850F28, ox00000000, ox8057BF3, 0x00000000
BCP1 AC850f28
BCP2 00000001
BCP3 80575BF3
BCP4 00000000
I hope this is enough for someone to help or give me a pointer.... :tazz:
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If the ram past memtest then I don't think its a memory problem.

Please list your specs, temps and voltages.

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