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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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