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post #11 of 20
Download the Hiren bootCD and burn it to a CD, it has Memtest 86 integrated into it and a lot of other tools that may help. Also try safe mode - if it's more stable, you might have a software issue or possibly drivers. Try unplugging peripherals and see if it's more stable
post #12 of 20
Virus? Malware? If you've ruled out hardware issues, time to look at the software.
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post #13 of 20
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Originally Posted by Chuckclc;14484197 
Have you tested your unlock and especially your unlocked OC's with a stability program like Intel burn test or Prime 95? I suggest first download ITB and try to run 5 passes on high. You probably will fail.

i ran an overnight with prime95 with the 3.5 that im at. 0 errors...but at 3.6 with the ram overclocked i got an error on 1 core

ive actually ran prime95 many many times. im pretty picky about my overclocks and stability

now as for memtest, it ran a couple passes and came out clean. Im gonna have to go with some messed up windows stuff. doubtful that its malware, more likely problems with windows. Also worth mentioning is that my main drive has a caution warning from smart and my storage is totally trashed. Also gonna mention the games i played run from my storage drive
post #14 of 20
Well if you got an error at 3.6 then you are clearly not stable. So either raise volts or revert back down to 3.5.
post #15 of 20
Get an app that can give you HDD SMART readings. It could be that one of your drives are failing frown.gif
post #16 of 20
Quote:
Originally Posted by Quantum Reality;14484202 
Virus? Malware? If you've ruled out hardware issues, time to look at the software.

It sounded more like malware to me to begin with.

Malwarebites Anti-Malware would be my port of call.
post #17 of 20
Thread Starter 
alright, im gonna go after malwarebites.

and im currently clocked at 3.5, i was explaining that i have already checked stability and settled on what was most stable

sorry for confusing lol
post #18 of 20
Thread Starter 
malwarebytes found nothing, gonna leave a full scan on while im off at work

hopefully this issue was a fluke, and i wont see it again
post #19 of 20
Hi, we have the same issue, I also made a thread on here, please if you have any of the additional symptoms like me, tell me here. I really want to resolve this for both of us. I'm gonna reside in this thread now so we can both fix the same thing, as mine isn't really getting any attention.
http://www.overclock.net/windows/1082023-everything-closes-random-windows-errors.html

Smartfan says my HDD is fine by the way, and I ran a disk check and it found 2 file errors, a Windows DLL and an Nvidia DLL that it fixed.

Couple of passes (3 hours) of Memtest proved clear.

EDIT: Ran Malwarebytes full scan, during so MSE found a nasty thing in my Java depolyment folder, you may have been drive by'd. Hopefully this solves my problem.
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Bump, was your problem solved OP?
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