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Running Memtest at the moment.

So far no errors (touch wood). However, in regards to RAM settings, it shows

"RAM: 824MHz (DDR3 - 1648)"

That's not my actual RAM speed, is it? Sorry, I know absolutely nothing about RAM!

Also, how long does it take? It's been running for half an hour now, with no signs of it finishing...

So far I have one pass and no errors. Will it indicate when it has been completed?
Edited by Collie - 6/10/11 at 12:42pm
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Thanks.

Running test now.

I'll report back with the results soon.

However, I'm still having trouble scheduling a chkdsk. It simply won't let me. I'll see if there are any other methods...
Make sure you run the cmd prompt as an admin and then type chkdsk /F then it will run next time you reboot. It makes an entry in the event log about any files it fixed.
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Ran 8 tests with no errors.

I guess the RAM isn't the problem.

I'm running chkdsk now...
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Make sure you run the cmd prompt as an admin and then type chkdsk /F then it will run next time you reboot. It makes an entry in the event log about any files it fixed.
Thanks. Got it working - it started immediately after I left memtest.

I'll return with the results.

Also, this thread ( http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...f-1bee919db490 ) seems to point toward power settings.
Edited by Collie - 6/10/11 at 1:07pm
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OK, ran both Memtest and CHKDSK and found no problems. This leads me to believe that it may be a software problem.

Info on the error that I had points toward issues with sleep mode and hibernation, as well as too many reboots. My comp has the double post issue, so this may be the contributing factor.

So far I haven't had a BSOD again. Hopefully it remains this way..
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