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When I try to boot windows, I get past the screen with the scrolling bar, but before the login screen comes up, I get a BSOD error. It is gone before all the text has even loaded, and the only bit of it I'm able to make out is "full dump", which is why I'm assuming memory error. I ran memtest off of SystemRestoreCD, no errors in an hour. I took out each stick and ran it by its self, still the same error. Reset overclock to default speeds, voltages back to stock (I was running at 2.8vdimm) and cleared the CMOS, but I still got the same result. I also tried raising the voltages but not the speeds, and it had no effect. I am at a loss as to what to do here, and my computer is useless untill I get this problem solved. Any help/ideas?

My memory is 3 256 megabyte chips, 2 of which are PC3200 with 3-3-8-3 timings and one is PC2700 with 2-2-3-4 timings. They were all running at 429mhz with 3-3-8-3 timings when the problems started.
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OK, I obviously can't get into the Windows Recovery Console either, this is what I got when I tried.




I'm assuming this is the same error I get in Windows.
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When you cleared the BIOS did you also set it to load OPTIMIZED DEFAUTS that will sometimes make a difference in a memory error.
Alot of the time clearing the CMOS doesn't reset everything.
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When you cleared the BIOS did you also set it to load OPTIMIZED DEFAUTS that will sometimes make a difference in a memory error.
Alot of the time clearing the CMOS doesn't reset everything.
Yes, I cleared CMOS, and then tried the Default and Turbo settings. I then reset everything back to the settings I had when it worked, but still the same error.

This is seemingly a random event. I hav't made anyu changes between last night when it worked fine, and this morning when I got the error.

I really don't want to reformat, I kinda liked this install of Windows.
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