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post #11 of 18
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Found some errors in the memtest , had it running for 3 hours, so i guess it could be something with my memory? Well anyways i guess i will hand it in for repair.
Thx for the help!
post #12 of 18
Hi,

Yes, errors in Memtest imply either faulty memory or improper BIOS setting. If handing it in for repair is what you'd like to do, go for it. However, if it's a computer you built from scratch, I'd recommend just RMA'ing the memory to the RAM manufacturer. Taking it to a shop they will just charge you to tell you there's something wrong with the memory and to do the exact same thing you could on your own.

Regards,

Patrick
post #13 of 18
Thread Starter 
Uhm. btw ive just been crashing by playing the game Infestation: survivor stories Lately. So something that could help for now? Like unplugging my other monitor, put the game to low quality? resolution change? anything that could help? I know the game is made for like better computers and bad optimized. But is there anything that could make change?
appreciate it!
Thanks!
post #14 of 18
Hi,

Please read what I said:
Quote:
Hi,

Yes, errors in Memtest imply either faulty memory or improper BIOS setting. If handing it in for repair is what you'd like to do, go for it. However, if it's a computer you built from scratch, I'd recommend just RMA'ing the memory to the RAM manufacturer. Taking it to a shop they will just charge you to tell you there's something wrong with the memory and to do the exact same thing you could on your own.

Regards,

Patrick
post #15 of 18
Thread Starter 
Another crash now. well Bug check string is MEMORY_MANAGEMENT. http://speedy.sh/wSmKm/DMP-2.zip
so i guess i'll have to turn it in. btw is there anyway to see wich memory it is? Otherwise i could turn just the RAM in if thats the case instead of the whole computer.
Thx in advance
post #16 of 18
To work out which module it is try them all one at a time. So take all but one out, test, then take it out and move on to the next module until you find the right one smile.gif
     
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post #17 of 18
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Meh that seems hard frown.gif and im not that experienced with taking parts out n stuff. there isnt another way to do it? Thx
post #18 of 18
Hi,

It doesn't matter anyway as you have a Corsair kit. Just open up an RMA ticket on Corsair's website. They will replace the entire kit, so testing one stick at a time is not necessary.

Regards,

Patrick
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