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masses of bsod?

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hey everyone im new here and i have some issues ive been getting TONS of bsod why? nobody knows i shall post some pictures when possible (find them in the post) but its a fairly new pc not even 6 month old top notch gaming pc i just dont know what its issue is so im hoping you can help me

currently its being casued by ntoskrnl.exe if need be i will do a reinstall of windows but im hoping that i dont need to do that hopfully you can help me fix this


thanks


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Download and run Memtest86+ (it's a bootable disk) to test your RAM. That BSOD is usually either bad RAM, or an issue with windows / drivers.

Let it run overnight (12+ hours is usually best) or until you start getting errors (if you do).

If you start getting errors, turn off the computer and test the sticks individually (take out all but one stick) test each stick individually for like 5 passes or so.

If each stick passes individually, test 1 slot at a time on your MoBo. Use one of the sticks that passed testing, put it in slot 2, test for 5 passes. Move to slot 3, test for 5 passes. Repeat for each slot on your board to see if your MoBo has failed. Make sure you turn the computer off and turn off the switch on the PSU before removing/reinserting the RAM.

Frequently you'll find the bad stick of RAM pretty quickly with this method.

If the RAM passes Memtest overnight, odds are it's a problem with your OS, or one of your drivers. Since there are a massive number of things that can cause this BSOD software-wise and it's very difficult to troubleshoot software problems remotely, you'll likely just want to reinstall your OS and save yourself the headaches.
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Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
1TB RE4 2x3TB WD Red LG 10x BD-R Corsair H80i w/push pull 
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Win 7 Ultimate 3x 1920x1080 LG IPS displays. Razer Mass Effect 3 Blackwidow Ultimate Cooler Master Silent Pro M850 
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Silverstone TJ08B-E R.A.T. 7 An ergonomic one 
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okay i will get on that now i bet its my OS because its not done it yet and ive played games that need ALL my ram so i really dont understand its problem
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From what I can tell all those bugchecks are memory management related.
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