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I have been running my 1055t OC stable for almost 2 years now (The 3.6 Ghz has been running for about 3 months) and recently have been experiencing extreme instability. Just now this is my third bootup, my first two resulting in BSODs. At the moment my system seems to be having trouble detecting my second graphics card, but i'll worry about that later. After installing an extra 8 gigs of corsair dominator Ram, i had some trouble, so i exchanged the sticks and thought everything was running good. As it is now, about 2 weeks later, i am experiencing freezes on startup, BSOD's when i leave the system locked, and all around problems. One of the times my system was getting weird (windows aero theme was switching around and i was getting black screens) so i ran prime 95, to find out that my 5th core wasn't working properly. However, everytime since then when i can get my system to boot up and run prime95, it shows all cores working properly. Here are the BSODs:

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So, what do you think? Is it the RAM that is unstable? Or is my old cpu finally giving out? I'm new to troubleshooting these kinds of things, so any help is appreciated.
post #2 of 31
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Since this post, i have had another BSOD and freeze in the BIOS itself. I have removed all the recently installed pats (the 2nd 560 Ti, the extra RAM) and set all the speeds back to stock clocks. For some reason the system is only recognizing 4 of the 8 GBs of ram, but i'm going to assume i didn't get it in correctly. Going to attempt to fix that, and continue to test for errors.

edit: the new BSOD was identical to the other memory management errors.
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You should run some basic troubleshooting steps:

* Be sure that RAM Is recognized in all slots
* Run single sticks of memory with Memtest86+
* Run P95/Linpack at stock speeds with correctly set manual voltages
* Check your PSU with a multimeter


*** ETC!

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Originally Posted by GanjaSMK View Post

You should run some basic troubleshooting steps:
* Be sure that RAM Is recognized in all slots
* Run single sticks of memory with Memtest86+
* Run P95/Linpack at stock speeds with correctly set manual voltages
* Check your PSU with a multimeter
*** ETC!
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Thanks! (As I do not know basic troubleshooting steps >.<) The RAM is recognized in all slots, and i have set everything back to stock speeds. Prime95 has showed no problems thus far with only 8GB of ram in the system (though i have only ran it for ~30 mins so far), and i have never used memtest86+, so i'll have to google for that and learn fast. I'm assuming i should run that with each separate stick in the same slot. Also, i do not have a multimeter (that i know of) and have no idea how to test my psu, so that step might be a little complicated. Thanks for the input, I'm off to fiddle with my computer some more!
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Originally Posted by GanjaSMK View Post

You should run some basic troubleshooting steps:
* Be sure that RAM Is recognized in all slots
* Run single sticks of memory with Memtest86+
* Run P95/Linpack at stock speeds with correctly set manual voltages
* Check your PSU with a multimeter
*** ETC!
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Quick question, I am on the DL page for memtest86+, and there are about 150 options to DL, which one should I choose?
Edited by deadlysnowcone - 1/3/12 at 9:00pm
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Have you tried booting with just 1 sick of RAM, in different slots?
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Have you tried booting with just 1 sick of RAM, in different slots?

That's not a half bad idea. I might try that after i figure this memtest86+ thing out.
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That's not a half bad idea. I might try that after i figure this memtest86+ thing out.

Download the "Pre-Compiled Bootable ISO (.zip)" (V4.2) if you wan to burn it on a CD. Or if you want to boot from USB, download the "Auto-installer for USB Key (Win 9x/2k/xp/7)" (V4.2).
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Download the "Pre-Compiled Bootable ISO (.zip)" (V4.2) if you wan to burn it on a CD. Or if you want to boot from USB, download the "Auto-installer for USB Key (Win 9x/2k/xp/7)" (V4.2).

Thanks, going to do that now.
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Thanks, going to do that now.

Enjoy. I'd let it run ALL night. It'll let you know when it's done.
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