Originally Posted by chillidog
just an idea but i did sone digging around and came up with this.
have you tried doing a full memtest if so only run one stick at a time and see what happens?
your c4 ssd is the firmware up to date i know that a while ago they had problems with old firmware?
are you running a full microsoft copy of os? not copied
check and make sure all your drivers are up to date
i have also found that people have had this trouble and found that it was down to psu on its way out
also people had this problem with faulty memory slots,not seated properly etc.its worth trying these things out before you rma.
am no expert but this is what i digged up over the net and is only a suggestion of possibilities
Thank you for the reply.
I have ran a full memtest and let it do several passes with no errors. I can try running it with one stick at a time even though I'm not sure that would help much with it passing with both installed.
Firmware on my SSD is up to date.
My OS cd is an ISO burned from my school's MSDNAA website that I have been using since Windows 7 was released. I've had no issues with it in the past.
Drivers are all up to date and are the newest out.
I will test my PSU with a multimeter and see how it is doing.
Someone on another forum stated that it seems like ESET Nod32 Antivirus and Firewall was causing the issue or at least it referenced one of its files. I uninstalled it for now, but I don't understand how that could be causing a problem since I've been using it for years with no issue until I replaced my OCZ SSD with a Crucial M4.
This just sucks...