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Hi,

I am going crazy! Since Friday (now monday) i have been getting bsod!

They seem to be different everytime!

Its like once an hour or more and is really making it hard to run my server.

So Friday i recieved my ram i bought and it is Corsair its 4gb 2x2gb and is ddr2 667mhz. I installed it friday and it started the insanity.

So i made sure everything was updated and still bad, so i undid my oveclock still no good, and so i took out my original 2gb and left the 4gb i bought to reduce risk of compatibility with other ram. Heats not the problem im running 35 idle and 45 top 100% load and i ran memtest on basic setting for 2 passes for now, will do more later. I turned on driver verifier i uninstalled avg, is the ram not compatible with mobo? Is ram bad? it passed memtest. Did all that and still getting them!

Its entirely random too! Cant predict when it may happen.

Is my mobo dying?
Going bad?
Its only been 7-8 months since i got it. Psu not giving enough power?

I will attach all the minidumps i can.

Anything you want me to do dont hesitate im desperate and will try anything!

Please help before i get my hammer out!

Below is a zip of all the minidumps in the dump folder all have happened within the past few days.

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Look - This coming from a logisys owner. Go to newegg.com, look up the Rosewill Green 430w. Put in the cart. And buy it. Thats your problem. To buy some time, open it up (After UNPLUGGING IT OF COURSE) And blow out as much dust as you can.

The Logisys PSU's are all trash.
    
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post #3 of 16
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Originally Posted by MR KROGOTH View Post
Look - This coming from a logisys owner. Go to newegg.com, look up the Rosewill Green 430w. Put in the cart. And buy it. Thats your problem. To buy some time, open it up (After UNPLUGGING IT OF COURSE) And blow out as much dust as you can.

The Logisys PSU's are all trash.
So your saying all of it is caused by my psu? All of a sudden when i installed my ram the other day? And blow out dust in my own psu will help?
    
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This is going to be a wild and random guess, but if you have Microsoft Security Essentials, try uninstalling it and tell me that resolves the random BSODs. The last time I had random BSODs like you were describing, it was MSE. Had nothing to do with my overclock, ram or anything heating up.

Also, I've never heard of a PSU causing BSODs. I've used some of the worst, crap PSUs made by junk manufacturers and its never caused problems... Some of these PSUs have been up and running for six or seven years. Personally, I think there's too much focus on PSUs causing problems.
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post #5 of 16
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Originally Posted by Customx3 View Post
So your saying all of it is caused by my psu? All of a sudden when i installed my ram the other day? And blow out dust in my own psu will help?
Well blowing out the dust in mine helped solve a total no boot/freezing problem so it may help in your case. It shouldnt hurt to check.
    
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This is going to be a wild and random guess, but if you have Microsoft Security Essentials, try uninstalling it and tell me that resolves the random BSODs. The last time I had random BSODs like you were describing, it was MSE. Had nothing to do with my overclock, ram or anything heating up.

Also, I've never heard of a PSU causing BSODs. I've used some of the worst, crap PSUs made by junk manufacturers and its never caused problems... Some of these PSUs have been up and running for six or seven years. Personally, I think there's too much focus on PSUs causing problems.
I dont have security essentials at least it is not in my add/remove programs.

well the reason it may is that if it is not providing enough power then there could be issues and if it has too large of dips in power then i can see how it could cause problems.

I will clean it out best i can tomorow its late here and ppl sleeping. So i will let u you know if that is what solves it but anything else for now to try?
    
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Originally Posted by Customx3 View Post
I dont have security essentials at least it is not in my add/remove programs.

well the reason it may is that if it is not providing enough power then there could be issues and if it has too large of dips in power then i can see how it could cause problems.

I will clean it out best i can tomorow its late here and ppl sleeping. So i will let u you know if that is what solves it but anything else for now to try?
Ah that sucks. I know that solved my problem and another forum member's problem. Best of luck to you, pal.
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I dont have security essentials at least it is not in my add/remove programs.

well the reason it may is that if it is not providing enough power then there could be issues and if it has too large of dips in power then i can see how it could cause problems.

I will clean it out best i can tomorow its late here and ppl sleeping. So i will let u you know if that is what solves it but anything else for now to try?
CPU-z Validation so I can see the RAM timings? Check your temperatures.
    
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CPU-z Validation so I can see the RAM timings? Check your temperatures.
ot anther just a minute ago yes i will get one up to show you, but its all stock ive undone everything.
    
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got another bsod >
Edited by Customx3 - 6/6/11 at 10:22pm
    
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