Originally Posted by crazydj
3 pairs of ram all faulty? No way man, i'm sticking to blaming the mobo. I cannot take this ****. 48 hours or no sleep. Sick and tired of it. I need to get a different model.
Listen, get over it. PC's have issues. Now stop complaining and acting like a 5 year old and try to understand we are ALL here trying to help you. Cursing is very immature imo.
Now, as this is either a driver error as most have had it to be or it is a ram / mobo issue.
I would say try to find the dump log and upload it so we can read it and maybe someone with more experience can tell you exactly whats wrong..
On a plus note if you put in a new mobo your Vista OEM is not bye bye but you may need to call MS and ask them for a new key..
Remember "Yes this is only installed on one machine and I got windows pre-installed when I bought the PC" when asked.
What I would do is re-install windows. May fix everything.
If not, try to work with one stick of ram at a time.
Then 2 together, then 3, see when errors if it does at all...
Use the latest drivers after re-install if you want to go that way.
If not do you have ZA or not? If yes remove it, try removing all your drivers and reinstalling them.