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Morning well memory turn out to be good did test on both and, Pass 14 -- Errors 0
but i turn on this morning and after a few mins it happen again Blue Screen
So I have attach the latest dump file... 021912-41558-01.zip 22k .zip file
post #22 of 138
Very interesting bugcheck on that one, haven't seen it in a very long time. It's the CRITICAL_STRUCTURE_CORRUPTION 109* bugcheck. Interesting enough, yours are STILL pointing to memory corruption, so at this point I would be very surprised if this is software related.

I would continue testing with memtest86 and run a system file check. (type cmd in search>right click and run as admin>sfc /scannow). This could also be a power supply related issue, or heat related, but I still feel that your memory is the culprit here, or possibly even the board. To best diagnose this, I would test EVERY stick individually in EACH DIMM slot to ensure both your RAM and board aren't the issue here. This will take time, yes, but it will also give you a definintive answer as to what's causing your issues.

For example, one of the sticks shows memtest errors in slot 2. You remove that stick and put in another stick, and after 6 passes this test shows no errors, you know it was the stick. Another example, memtest shows errors in slot 2. However, this time when you remove the stick from slot 2 and test another stick, you still get errors, it mat be a bad DIMM slot.

It's also very important to make sure your DRAM timings & voltages are factory advised and not different.
post #23 of 138
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here is a copy of the cbs log,,, test says it's corrupted CBS.zip 80k .zip file
post #24 of 138
Okay, let's try a chkdsk now:
  • Open the "Computer" window
  • Right-click on the drive in question
  • Select the "Tools" tab
  • In the Error-checking area, click .
post #25 of 138
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ok tried the sfc scan now and it reported corruption
also did the chkdsk and it says it cant fix the errors
so think I have to redo my computer from starch or run windows, I cant even get it to restore frown.gif
Edited by bajanboy - 2/20/12 at 2:55pm
post #26 of 138
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ok tried the sfc scan now and it reported corruption
also did the chkdsk and it says it cant fix the errors
so think I have to redo my computer from starch or run windows, I cant even get it to restore frown.gif

Yes, I would more than recommend a clean install of Windows at this point. If a clean install does not help, it's time to RMA the drive itself.
post #27 of 138
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ok just finally did a clean install of windows7 64bit then I did the sfc scannow and it reported corrup files and that's with just windows install
seem this copy I have is no good frown.gif
will get a new copy and redo.
post #28 of 138
Alright, sounds good smile.gif
post #29 of 138
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ok got a fresh copy of windows 7 64bit and installed then ran the sfc /scannow and it says Windows Resource Protection Found Corrupt Files but was unable to fix some of them
not sure whats happening here but i will try installing win 7 32bit and see what happens.


i attach the CBS log
CBS.zip 73k .zip file
post #30 of 138
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ok got a fresh copy of windows 7 64bit and installed then ran the sfc /scannow and it says Windows Resource Protection Found Corrupt Files but was unable to fix some of them
not sure whats happening here but i will try installing win 7 32bit and see what happens.
i attach the CBS log
CBS.zip 73k .zip file

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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Samsung 250GB 850 EVO Samsung 250GB 850 EVO Corsair 64GB M4 CORSAIR H110i 
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