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Switching the jumper isn't doing anything to the boot.ini file, it's resetting the CMOS to defaults.

tkl.hui, the problem you have is probably the same one M!KE had. Read back and follow my suggestions--to whit, set your RAM timings and voltage manually in the BIOS. And never install windows while OC'd....
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i am having the exact same error right now. i am seeing if memtest can detect any issues. i have made sure my voltages and timings are correct. we will see.
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Originally Posted by Mmansueto View Post
i am having the exact same error right now. i am seeing if memtest can detect any issues. i have made sure my voltages and timings are correct. we will see.
Well if there is something up with your RAM that is a pretty bad problem, your computer will restart and show the BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH like 3 seconds after you launch memtest. PM me if you need help. I know how to fix it.
    
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