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Actually inedenimadam is correct tongue.gif

Go to start > run
and run these two one by one:
"chkdsk /f"
"sfc /scannow"

Dxgkrnl.sys is directx file and could be corrupt or mean a corrupt memory..If its corrupt then sfc /scannow should do it. But it cannot just be the Ram but Video card memory as well. But I doubt that's the case here coz you're not getting it while just gaming but doing normal work right?

The top 2 errors are indeed pointing to corrupt ram.
On bluescreen view click the bottom on with error code 0x00000044 and see what driver is mentioned in red.. I guess it will be oz776.sys or Srv2.sys or just ntoskrnl.exe.

Also download Prime and test your CPU stability.

You can tell if your PSU is V1 or V2 from the sticker on it. Post a pic of it where it says TX750.

Getting it while doing nothing lol leaving computer idle will do it!! What exactly is prime , im going to run these 2 things and report back. I will also now do a memtest for each RAM in each ram slot. see where it gets me.

The tx750 i can post a pic in awhile is there somewhere where i can see version 1 and 2 and i could tell you right now which is the one i got.

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The thing that bothers me is that in his original post, he mentioned that he started having problems, swapped out for new RAM, and was still having problems.

I have to ask OP, are you still getting boot loops and the like? Your luck really sucks if it's true, but it's possible that not only was your old mobo bad, but your new RAM as well.

If you still have your old RAM kit, try using that and see what happens.

Lastly, we still can't rule out the PSU. Even if it's a good model, there's always the chance that it was just defective and is giving out. It happens even with the best of parts.

Well at one point last night i got where the tower was powering on and off, nothing showing on screen, is that a boot loop lol? Judging by first memtest result it is looking like ram. But im not ruling anything out right now! Windows mem test found no error. Memtest found over 250 thousand lol.
post #62 of 90
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"chkdsk /f" - seemed fine.


"sfc /scannow" - just finished and went away so how do i know if it actually had to do anything is there a way to find out?

Thanks
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try this:
Code:
findstr /c:"[SR]" %windir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log >"%userprofile%\Desktop\sfcdetails.txt"
That should dump the log file on your desktop.
open it in wordpad, look for the error strings and copy/paste. post them up here.
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try this:
Code:
findstr /c:"[SR]" %windir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log >"%userprofile%\Desktop\sfcdetails.txt"
That should dump the log file on your desktop.
open it in wordpad, look for the error strings and copy/paste. post them up here.

sorry but where do i type that! smh
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Quote:
Originally Posted by inedenimadam View Post

try this:
Code:
findstr /c:"[SR]" %windir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log >"%userprofile%\Desktop\sfcdetails.txt"
That should dump the log file on your desktop.
open it in wordpad, look for the error strings and copy/paste. post them up here.

sorry but where do i type that! smh

run a command prompt as administrator...same way you ran sfc/ cannow right?
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run a command prompt as administrator...same way you ran sfc/ cannow right?

Thank you. Guys im in the middle of doing memtest on the individual sticks. its not looking good at all. .Can anyone reccomend a ram. for this new mobo. Asus P877 -V LE PLUS . Im looking trough the certified ones and none say more than 8. I need a minimum of 16. Why choose certain frequencies and voltages its supports multiple but looks like ill be getting new RAM tonight so what should i go with?


Thanks


EDIT: Update. I took out 1 ram stick. Began Memtest leaving other stick in the slot it was already in, one of the blue ones. like the manual suggests i think.. Found 1700 error in seconds and froze. Now i am slot 2 same stick. Its taking its time 62% trough first pass no errors yet. strange.
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here is a good kit at a good price.
Gskill 1866 CAS9

Don't forget to use the promo code! EMCXLVS45
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here is a good kit at a good price.
Gskill 1866 CAS9

Don't forget to use the promo code! EMCXLVS45

Thank you but i need 2x8gb. What is the difference between RAM frequencies? do i even need to know lol
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Frequencies matter, but so does the CAS number. You want a high frequency with a low latency. There is a balance, and higher frequency does not always equal better sticks.

Here is the 1866 cas9 2x8GB
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Frequencies matter, but so does the CAS number. You want a high frequency with a low latency. There is a balance, and higher frequency does not always equal better sticks.

Here is the 1866 cas9 2x8GB

Thank you, yea i have no idea what either of them mean haha But i do see c9 and the that G Skill brand in the manual of mother board as certified. But not 16gb is there a reason they dont put that in guide, just to play safe?


Concluding my memtests i will purchase this ram, they seem good. is that brand well respected? So far the stick that failed quickly in slot 1 is on its second pass at 79% with no errors.
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